Gladstone in the News
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"The Best Way Forward” was the catch-all theme for this annual meeting sponsored jointly by the Gladstone Institute of Neurological Disease, San Francisco, and the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE), Bonn.
Researchers have identified a blood hormone that makes aging hearts in mice look young again.
Scientists hope they can repair the harm caused by a heart attack without having to replace the organ.
Gladstone President Emeritus Robert W. Mahley, MD, PhD, suspects that former athletes who get CTE may have the same genetic vulnerability that influences one's risk for developing Alzheimer's disease.
Gladstone's Deepak Srivastava, MD, weighs in on new study.
Gladstone's Deepak Srivastava weighs in on new study.
Scientists have known about the microbiome for some time, but the advent of relatively inexpensive DNA sequencing has transformed the research, making it possible to sequence – and therefore identify – thousands of species of bacteria and other microbes at once. Among those doing the cataloging is Katie Pollard, a geneticist at the Gladstone Institutes.
Gladstone Senior Investigator Sheng Ding is one of the scientists aiming to generate stem cells using chemical methods.
For the 9th year in a row, an annual survey from The Scientist ranks Gladstone in top 15 places for postdocs
DNA damage accrues in Alzheimer's disease and in the aging brain, but would anyone have predicted that neural activity is to blame?