Anika Chebrolu hopes to work with scientists to develop the drug candidate further.
Among the top news today: Cases in North America and Europe are rising as the Northern Hemisphere approaches winter months and WHO warns of pandemic fatigue.
The study will test how much virus is needed to infect humans and which vaccines work the best to prevent COVID-19.
The fluid that cushions the human brain redistributes in the skull during spaceflight, according to a new study.
Scientists have known about these 'blobs of fat' for more than 130 years, but they're just understanding all the roles they play in the body.
Patients given the drug did not show a significant decrease in mortality, risk of ventilation or time in the hospital.
The letter appears to be a response to the controversial proposal known as the Great Barrington declaration.
A man in the U.K. developed sudden and permanent hearing loss in one ear after battling a severe case of COVID-19, according to a new report.
Scientists have found that SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, is viable even after sitting on surfaces such as glass and bank notes for 28 days.
Sandvik's medical tools and components are a crucial part of helping people with chronic conditions and disabilities live life to its fullest potential.
Scientists have found an artery that temporarily runs down the center of our forearms while we're still in the womb isn't vanishing as often as it used to.
Doctors say the president, who tested positive for COVID-19, could be heading for a bad stretch in prolonged illness — or an upward path to recovery.