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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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For Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients, Remission Does Not Always Mean Remission

Even if joint pain goes away, rheumatoid arthritis patients may need to stick to their medications. A new study suggests that inflammation and joint damage can persist in patients who appear to be in remission.
Posted on 1/29/2015

A Good Marriage and Green Tea Might Help Fight Prostate Cancer

In two unrelated studies, Rochester researchers investigated prostate cancer with results pointing to the benefits of strong support at home and sipping green tea.
Posted on 1/29/2015

New Studies Explore Impact of Mercury on the Brain

Two new studies suggest that fatty acids, genetics, and even coffee may influence whether or not mercury has a toxic effect on the brain.
Posted on 1/21/2015