Research News

April
11,
2024
| 08:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

Ueli Rutishauser, PhD, is professor of Neurosurgery, Neurology and Biomedical Sciences and director of Human Neurophysiology Research and the Center for Neural Science and Medicine at Cedars-Sinai. He

April
10,
2024
| 12:21 PM America/Los_Angeles

Cedars-Sinai has joined a White House initiative aimed at ensuring healthcare providers and companies use artificial intelligence (AI) ethically and responsibly. Together with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the AI

April
03,
2024
| 02:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

Investigators with Cedars-Sinai Guerin Children’s and other research institutions have identified a process responsible for the development of teeth called incisors—a discovery that could one day improve

April
02,
2024
| 06:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
FINDINGS

This study, led by investigators in the Smidt Heart Institute at Cedars-Sinai, applies novel artificial intelligence (AI) methods to measure heart function. Investigators have designed a

April
01,
2024
| 11:56 AM America/Los_Angeles

Cedars-Sinai investigators, faculty members and clinicians came together in Harvey Morse Auditorium on March 27 for the 12th annual Research Day, featuring keynote speaker David R. Liu, PhD, and more than 120 poster

March
29,
2024
| 09:05 AM America/Los_Angeles

Cedars-Sinai and Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center in Israel have formed a new research collaboration aimed at advancing healthcare innovation in five select areas.  

A ceremony on March 5 in Tel Aviv was led by

March
29,
2024
| 06:30 AM America/Los_Angeles

Cancer Epidemiologist Sees Collaboration as Key to Research Success

As a professor and research scientist in the Department of Computational Biomedicine, Paul Pharoah, MD, PhD, aims to work with colleagues across departments and laboratories to

March
28,
2024
| 06:30 AM America/Los_Angeles

In 2005, Paul Pharoah, PhD, MD, and colleagues organized a meeting in Cambridge, UK, to bring together researchers from around the world studying the genetics of ovarian cancer. It led to the creation of the

March
27,
2024
| 06:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
FINDINGS

Active surveillance is an established practice for managing certain low-risk cancers that are unlikely to cause harm. It is an increasingly common and effective way to manage certain early-stage cancers, including