Wholehearted Hobby

A kidney physician combines her knowledge of anatomy with a love of needlework.

What's In Your Office: Evan Zahn, MD

Evan Zahn, MD, gives a glimpse into his inner sanctum, sharing treasures from his travels and explaining his admiration for Ron Burgundy.

Cancer Prevention in Every Language

Cultural barriers once kept Myong Shim Lee from vital healthcare services—and such obstacles remain in place in many under-served communities. Now, Cedars-Sinai investigators are opening lines of communication to help more people get ...

DNA Testing, Decoded

Genetic counselor John Lee, MS, of the Cedars-Sinai Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute, discusses game-changing advances related to genes, the proactive power of DNA testing—and why consumers may be buying bad science.

The Changing Face of Multiple Sclerosis

Scientists don’t know what causes multiple sclerosis or how to stop its attack on the nervous system. But more sensitive diagnostic tools and powerful new medications are helping patients like Amy Fire get on with their busy lives.

Heart Rhythm Revelations

Research shows increased risks of sudden cardiac arrest for patients with certain conditions.

A Deep Dive with Data Scientists

Get to know Cedars-Sinai’s bioinformatics champions, who dig through vast data sets to distill meaningful patterns from our genes, tissues and behaviors. Their research is informing new ways to predict, identify and treat disease.

Healed From Within

Stem cells regrow damaged tissue.

Women in Neurosurgery

Three female residents forge futures in the historically male-dominated specialty of neurosurgery.

Scalpel vs. Bullet: Expert Perspectives on Gun Trauma

Cedars-Sinai trauma surgeons share what it’s like to treat gunshot victims, their medical perspectives on the increase in gun-related deaths—and how they maintain objectivity as they address this growing public health problem.