Genetic privacy: A friend or foe?
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Profesor Adrian Krainer desarrolló un tratamiento para la Atrofia Muscular Espinal. Por su trabajo, recibió el prestigioso el Breakthrough Prize.
Professor Adrian Krainer describes the hope he fulfilled with the development of the first effective therapy for the neurodegenerative disease SMA.
Professor Adrian Krainer recently received the 2019 Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences for the development of a life-saving treatment for SMA.
A quick chat with a student and his mentor reveals how much the work of our undergraduate researchers mean to CSHL. Hint: A whole lot.
Dr. Nicholas Tonks describes how the serendipity inherent to basic research played its part in discovering a potential treatment for Wilson's disease.
In discovering a new form of small cell lung cancer, a research team at CSHL has identified a potential target for personalized treatments.
How immune cells can help cancer spread, or stop it in its tracks—A free Public Lecture featuring Mikala Egeblad, Ph.D. and Sylvia Adams, M.D.
Mars & Venus? Not quite. Jessica Tollkuhn, was at Six Harbors Brewing Company to discuss how sex differences in the brain may alter how we behave.
A plant scientist and an industry innovator discuss how simple duckweed may help address climate change and energy needs.
3D balls of cancer cells quickly and accurately predict how patients with pancreatic cancer respond to a variety of treatments.
Scientists have solved an important mystery about how pancreatic cancer spreads to the liver even after a successful surgery.
Scientists determine how to correct the error in RNA splicing that causes familial dysautonomia, a rare inherited neurodegenerative disorder.
Scientists have identified a new illness caused by a genetic mutation that gives rise to a wide range of symptoms including intellectual disability.
Researchers used MAPseq, a revolutionary brain mapping method, to make a discovery that will force neuroscientists to rethink how areas of the cortex.