The Histology and Light Microscopy Core at the Gladstone Institutes acquired three new microscopes that improve the size, speed, and sensitivity of its imaging capabilities. These technology updates have already led to new scientific advancements.
Stefanie Ritter Makinson received a joint fellowship from the American Epilepsy Society and the Dravet Syndrome Foundation.
Qian was awarded the inaugural Boyalife, Science & Science Translational Medicine Award for her research on reprogramming cells in the heart to treat heart failure.
Researchers at Maastricht University and the Gladstone Institutes tackled the challenge of improving the integration of disparate sources and types of data and advance scientists’ understanding of disease.
Two senior investigators from the Gladstone Institutes, Nevan Krogan, PhD, and Leor Weinberger, PhD, have been named finalists for the prestigious Blavatnik National Awards for Young Scientists.
Jorge Palop has been appointed to assistant investigator at the Gladstone Institute of Neurological Disease.
JJ Miranda infers that tumor cells infected with the Epstein-Barr Virus may help scientists develop personalized therapies for cancer.
Ken Nakamura received the Jon Stolk Award in Movement Disorders for Young Investigators for his research on how changes in mitochondria contribute to Parkinson’s disease.
Todd McDevitt has rapidly enchanced how Gladstone thinks about bioengineering and stem cell biology.
Shomyseh Sanjabi received an Innovative, Developmental, Exploratory Award grant from the California HIV/AIDS Research Program to study how HIV hides in the gut.