Dr. Zoghbi shows how a mouse that has been given the gene responsible for Rett syndrome exhibits some of the same neurological symptoms as human Rett patients.
Zinhle Thabethe describes how antiretroviral therapy has changed her life.
Dr. Zoghbi introduces the topic of Rett syndrome by showing how development usually progresses in a young girl. She then shows an excerpt from ...
Dr. Vogelstein shows video taken during a colonoscopy and the removal of a polyp.
A patient can both comprehend and articulate language, but cannot verbalize what is a clear idea in her mind.
Using tic tac mints as anti-HIV drug stand-ins, students experience the challenges of adhering to an antiretroviral regimen.
A live demonstration of how a rapid antibody-based HIV test works.
Dr. Michael Gottlieb was the first physician to notice the new disease of AIDS.
Dr. Beatrice Hahn's research has traced the origin of HIV to chimpanzees in Cameroon.
Dr. Rosenthal uses a model of a heart and an artery to describe how blockages lead to heart attack and tissue damage.
In the absence of proprioceptive feedback, some individuals can compensate by using visual feedback.
How a South African hospital is coping with the HIV/AIDS epidemic and its many related healthcare issues.
Using soccer to teach children how to make important life choices and how to avoid HIV infection.
Dr. Zoghbi demonstrates how mice that have been given the gene responsible for spinocerebellar ataxia 1 (SCA1) are tested on a device called a rotarod to quantify the amount of ataxia present.
Dr. Huda Zoghbi interviews Milan Cloud, a patient who has inherited the neurological disorder spinocerebellar ataxia 1, or SCA1.