Gladstone in the News

The Gladstone Institutes is gratified to receive media attention from around the globe. Check out the highlights of recent press coverage of Gladstone scientists and research. For other news, please be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

From Hart to heart
March 2, 2012

The Grammy-winning drummer with iconic hippie rock group the Grateful Dead is teaming with Deepak Srivastava, the head of San Francisco's Gladstone Institute for Cardiovascular Research, in an effort to discover the sounds that cells make.

How to Make Eyeball Stew
March 1, 2012

Stem cell biologist Bruce Conklin of the Gladstone Institute of Cardiovascular Disease describes the significance of a recent study involving cell differentiation.

Forty Under 40: Sheng Ding
February 27, 2012

Senior investigator, the Gladstone Institutes; professor, University of California, San Francisco

Father and son team up on brain drug
February 27, 2012

Scientist Paul Muchowski and his father, Joseph Muchowski strengthen their bond through working together on potential treatments for brain diseases.

Father and Son Scientists Take on Alzheimers
February 27, 2012

NBC Bay Area's Brent Cannon talks with a bay area father and son team out to cure Alzheimer's. Joseph Muchowski came out of retirement to help his son, Paul, with research.

The Remarkable Past, Present and Future of Stem Cells
February 23, 2012

Gladstone investigator Dr. Bruce Conklin recently spoke at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco on how stem cells could help to test whether personalized medicine will work inside the body

Marin producer behind hit single
February 22, 2012

Local music producer Scott Mathews helped the pop group Blush make it to #1 on the Billboard dance charts with their smash hit, Dance On. Blush's only live performance in the Bay Area will be on May 2, at the Gladstone Gala at the Four Seasons Hotel in San Francisco.

Father, son develop drug to fight brain diseases
February 20, 2012

The relationship is a rare one in science: a father and son, one a highly credentialed chemist, the other an up-and-coming biologist, working together on a new drug that, if it works, could be among the first to treat terrible brain diseases such as Alzheimer's and Huntington's.

HIV drug tenofovir increases risk of kidney damage
February 18, 2012

Patients who take one of the most widely prescribed drugs to treat HIV infection increase their risk of kidney damage by up to 34 percent every year they take the medication, according to a study of more than 10,000 HIV-positive veterans.

Stem cells found to help heart heal after attack
February 15, 2012

Stem cells grown from patients' own cardiac tissue can heal damage once thought to be permanent after a heart attack, according to a study that suggests the experimental approach may one day help stave off heart failure.