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URMC Research NetworkURMC is home to more than 1,470 research faculty spread across more than 250 centers, institutes and labs. Work being done by our researchers spans all biomedical disciplines, from fundamental to translational and clinical sciences. A key characteristic of the scientific environment is the size of the research enterprise: Small enough to foster familiarity and collaboration, yet diverse enough to create the integrated multidisciplinary teams necessary to tackle complex medical problems.

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Research@URMC Recent Posts

In Teen Pregnancy, Added Sugar Boosts Fat in Fetus

A recent study shows that the amount of added sugar teen mothers consume during pregnancy affects the body composition of their babies. Previous research suggests that this could lead to long-term health problems like obesity, hypertension and diabetes.  
Posted on 12/22/2014

Low-levels of BPA Change Developing Brains

Researchers found that exposing very young mouse pups to low levels of bishphenol-A or BPA, a chemical compound that gives plastics their sturdy nature, can impair their brains’ adaptability. 
Posted on 12/8/2014

A New Powerful Platform to Study the Human Brain

New research shows how scientists were able to create a new animal model that is transforming our understanding of the biology of the human brain and creating new ways to study neurological disorders.
Posted on 12/5/2014