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The cutting-edge research methods that led to the discovery could be used to find other connections between environmental factors and birth defects.News Release Research (Publication) Cardiovascular Disease Srivastava Lab
CRISPR-Powered ‘Cancer Shredding’ Technique Opens New Possibility for Treating Most Common and Deadly Brain Cancer
Gladstone Institutes researchers leveraged CRISPR to target and rapidly destroy glioblastoma cells in an approach that could carry over to other highly mutated cancersNews Release Research (Publication) Cancer Doudna Lab CRISPR/Gene Editing
New research sheds light on protective mechanisms of the “Christchurch mutation”News Release Research (Publication) Alzheimer’s Disease Center for Translational Advancement Neurological Disease Huang Lab
American Heart Association Honors Gladstone President Deepak Srivastava with Distinguished Scientist Award
The award recognizes leaders who have made major contributions to the fields of cardiovascular and stroke scienceAwards News Release Cardiovascular Disease Srivastava Lab
A novel method developed by Gladstone researchers is already answering longstanding questions about basic DNA dynamics—and may one day lead to new ways of treating cancer and other conditionsNews Release Research (Publication) Data Science and Biotechnology Ramani Lab Big Data
Gladstone researchers discovered how the ApoE4 gene variant makes neurons release an inflammatory signaling molecule—and how blocking that release could prevent or treat Alzheimer’s diseaseNews Release Research (Publication) Alzheimer’s Disease Neurological Disease Huang Lab
Scientists used a new method to screen 10,000 combinations of gene edits in immune cells engineered to fight cancerNews Release Research (Publication) Cancer Genomic Immunology Marson Lab CRISPR/Gene Editing
New research into how blood makes the brain’s immune cells toxic points to new treatments for Alzheimer’s disease and multiple sclerosisNews Release Research (Publication) Multiple Sclerosis Alzheimer’s Disease Center for Neurovascular Brain Immunology Neurological Disease Akassoglou Lab Krogan Lab Pico
Researchers trained a computer model to understand the connections between thousands of genes—and pinpoint how those connections go awry in human diseaseNews Release Research (Publication) Cardiovascular Disease Theodoris Lab