Skip to main content
Explore URMC

URMC Logo

menu
URMC / Research / Research@URMC
Gene Study Points Researchers toward New Pathway for Leukemia

Gene Study Points Researchers toward New Pathway for Leukemia

Leukemia is one of the hardest cancers to treat, but scientists have discovered a new, targetable pathway in one of the worst subtypes of the disease.

5/8/2017
Study Calls Out Need for Blood Transfusion Guidelines

Study Calls Out Need for Blood Transfusion Guidelines

URMC research about the wide variation among physicians and hospitals for blood transfusions during colorectal surgery has triggered a “call to action” for protocols to clear up this long-debated area of medicine.

4/14/2016
Some Surgeons Still Believe Disproven Old Adage, “Blood Must Be Good”

Some Surgeons Still Believe Disproven Old Adage, “Blood Must Be Good”

Despite guidelines to restrict blood transfusions, a wide variation in practice persists across New York State, resulting in complications such as infections and pneumonia, a URMC study concluded.

8/19/2015
New Discovery May Help Prevent Clotting After Heart Attack

New Discovery May Help Prevent Clotting After Heart Attack

The discovery of a new way that platelets get switched on after a heart attack or stroke may help inform the development of drugs that prevent dangerous clots in patients.

8/18/2015
Hematology Event Draws Wilmot Scientists, New Data

Hematology Event Draws Wilmot Scientists, New Data

Several members of the lymphoma and leukemia teams at the James P. Wilmot Cancer Center are to present research at the 55th annual American Society of Hematology (ASH) meeting, Dec. 7 to 10, which is attended by more than 20,000 clinicians and scientists.

12/5/2013
12