Dr. Linda Toth,
Associate Dean for Research
and Faculty Affairs
For the latest updates and news from the research world at SIU School of Medicine, check out the Research Communiqué, the quarterly newsletter from the office of the ADRFA .
Tissue Engineering Expands
Even with preventive measures and cutting edge treatments, severe orthopaedic injuries necessitate operations and possible replacement of ligaments, hips, even bone. Synthetic transplants made of metal or plastic can work, but the SIU Division of Orthopaedics envisions something even better. Continue >
Like a mighty warrior, the strong herpes virus easily combats and defeats the body’s immune system, which can lead to a lifetime of recurring physical infections and emotional trauma. William Halford, Ph.D., associate pro fessor of medical microbiology, immunology and cell biology, is developing a vaccine that effectively strips the herpes virus of its strength, letting the immune system prevail.
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