The path to medical breakthroughs lies in bold, ambitious science
Aside from research, Kathleen loves animals, outdoor adventures, and like most grad students…coffee! She also talks about the women in her life who influenced her decision to work in science.
An ongoing collaboration with Google Summer of Code
Scientists at Gladstone reveal how the virus decides between fates
Kazu was the postdoctoral scholar in Shinya Yamanaka’s laboratory who helped him discover induced pluripotent stem cells and revolutionize the field of biology.
Researchers at the Gladstone Institutes provide answers to decade-old questions
Gladstone and Google AI collaborate to uncover the tip of an iceberg that could transform biomedical science
New insights into how a gene causes damage could impact future drug development
Wendy explains how being rejected for a lab position led her to work in what she describes as “zookeeping for cells.” She also talks about her Masters Swimming skills and how she developed her secret talent for cake decoration.
Transplanting a special type of neuron into the brain restores cognitive functions in Alzheimer’s models
Sudha explains what led her to transfer from the bench to academic affairs and why she enjoys helping trainees achieve their dreams.
Gladstone scientists identify genes that enable adult cells to divide and multiply
Gladstone launches the new Institute of Data Science and Biotechnology
Different routes of sexual transmission affect the immune system’s response to a virus, shows new study
Gladstone scientists show how a type of neuron improves procedural learning
Saptarsi chats about the growth of his lab over the past 2 years, his love of soccer, and his hidden musical talents.
Scientists examine the fastest changing regions in the human genome to learn how our species evolved
These centers focus on thematic areas that impact numerous scientific disciplines
Activating a single gene is sufficient to change skin cells into stem cells. [Photo: Gladstone Institutes]
Gladstone’s new president discusses his new role
Williams led the institution through a critical period in its history
Studer won the 2017 Ogawa-Yamanaka Stem Cell Prize for his remarkable perseverance in stem cell biology
Study will use innovative technology to focus on neurodegenerative diseases
Todd McDevitt becomes program director and co-chair of the executive committee
Scott explains how his scientist parents worried he was too interested in science as a child. But that didn’t stop him from declaring he wanted to be a scientist as early as preschool.