Aided by a series of Gladstone workshops, graduate student Emily Jones says she learned valuable lessons in her evolution from mentee to mentor.
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.
Marielle Cavrois, a staff research scientist at Gladstone, highlights how she values the harmonious atmosphere and passion for discovery that permeate Gladstone.
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.
Trustee Al Dorman has been instrumental in guiding Gladstone into a new building and a new era of scientific research.
Forward-looking researchers at the Gladstone Institutes are working to solve the stem cell supply problem by pursuing innovative ways to improve stem cell engineering and scale-up tissue manufacturing.
Scientists at the Gladstone Institutes take a comprehensive approach to dementia research, pursuing several potential causal factors of the disease in the hopes of discovering breakthrough treatments.
On June 3, 2016, Gladstone recognized the accomplishments of its community with its annual Awards of Excellence in Excellence in Science and Leadership celebration.
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.
Eric Verdin made a new discovery about an ancient drug that could lead to alternative treatments for cancer and inflammatory diseases.
Gladstone hosts its third annual “Out in Science” event, an interactive discussion panel that showcases the careers of LGBTQ scientists.
The White House invited Katherine Pollard to join the National Microbiome Initiative as a leader in the field of bioinformatics.
Nicole Stone, a graduate student at Gladstone, shares how she thinks of her research as an amazingly fun puzzle that she gets to solve.
Leor Weinberger's lab is working to turn a virus against itself, exploiting its process of replication to fight infection. Their work may lead to better prevention and treatment of some of the world’s most devastating pandemics.
Gladstone showcases the careers and successes of LGBTQ scientists in an annual interactive discussion panel.
In their pursuit of cures for debilitating diseases, Gladstone scientists are approaching precision medicine from new angles, researching the microbiome and protein networks that are critical for human biology.
Alia Crum, an assistant professor of psychology at Stanford University, visited Gladstone to shed light on how a person’s mindset is directly linked to their stress.
Scientists at the Gladstone Institutes have discovered how the major genetic risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease causes memory impairment.
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.
In a major breakthrough, Gladstone scientists transformed skin cells into heart cells and brain cells using a combination of chemicals and without adding external genes to the cells.
Sumihiro Maeda, a research scientist at Gladstone, shares how his curiosity about where imagination and creativity come from led his path to study Alzheimer's disease.
Gladstone scientists have invented a new way to create micro heart muscle from stem cells using a unique dog bone dish. The three-dimensional tissue is ideal for disease modeling and drug testing.
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.