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James Paulson, chair of TSRI’s Department of Cell and Molecular Biology, has been appointed acting president and CEO.
The Ghadiri lab is working on technology that holds promise to improve patient care, such as cancer treatment.
The research from the Sharpless lab opens the doorway to powerful new tools for making drugs, plastics and unprecedented smart materials.
Researchers from the Janda and Vogt labs have uncovered a “credit card-like” molecule that can disrupt a central step in the progression of such cancers as Burkitt’s lymphoma.
The new findings from the Puthanveettil lab could have implications for the development of future treatments for Huntington’s disease.
LA JOLLA–Charles Stevens, a professor in the Salk Institute’s Molecular Neurobiology Laboratory, will receive one of 36 Early Concept Grants for Exploratory Research (EAGER) from the National Science Foundation to further research on how complex behaviors emerge from the activity of the brain.
Illumina Inc. announced it has formed collaborative partnerships with AstraZeneca, Janssen Biotech Inc. and Sanofi to develop a universal next-generation sequencing oncology test system.
Learn about San Diego’s connection to fighting Ebola outbreak at free Wednesday event.
Illumina Inc. today announced it has formed collaborative partnerships with AstraZeneca, Janssen Biotech Inc. and Sanofi to develop a universal next-generation sequencing oncology test system.
Dorit Hanein, Ph.D., professor in the Bioinformatics and Structural Program hosted the Titan Microscope Inauguration Symposium and reception August 21 at our La Jolla, California campus. The Titan Krios, a state-of-the-art electron microscope, will help our scientist visual cells, viruses, and bacteria at the atomic level. The symposium was held to inaugurate the new Titan