Genes involved in ALS may create toxic cells that damage the cell of the motor cortex – the area most damaged by the disease.
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Dr. Renato Iozzo is a professor of Pathology, Anatomy, and Cell Biology at Thomas Jefferson University. After suffering a stroke while Christmas shopping back in December, the pathologist takes us through a timeline of his minute-by-minute treatment by Jefferson’s Multidisciplinary Team, ultimately saving his life.
Research suggests that medical students’ clinical skills can be enhanced by using visual artworks to train for better observation and decision making. Katie Holland, a first year medical student at Sidney Kimmel Medical College, takes us through her recent Humanities Course where students interact with a variety of artworks.