Timothy Huang awarded $2.8M to study well-known gene linked to Alzheimer’s disease

Timothy Huang, Ph.D., has been awarded $2.8 million by the National Institute on Aging (NIA) to continue his work on Alzheimer’s disease. The four-year project will use human stem cells transplanted into mice to determine the role of specific Alzheimer’s-related gene mutations in the brain. 

Jianhua Zhao awarded $2.4M to reveal cancer targets through atomic-resolution imaging

Assistant Professor Jianhua Zhao, Ph.D., has been awarded a unique and competitive NIH grant to study the molecular machinery of protein recycling and discover new targets for cancer therapies.

Preuss internship inspires young scientists

This year's Preuss internship program was hosted by the Institue's NCI-designated Cancer Center.

Sanford Burnham Prebys celebrates 46 years of discoveries

Sanford Burnham Prebys recently hosted a celebration to honor the anniversary of the Institute’s founding. More than 200 scientists, students and staff gathered to commemorate 46 years of world-class biomedical research.

Heating up cold brain tumors: An emerging approach to medulloblastoma

Immunotherapy has revolutionized cancer treatment, but it doesn’t work on many childhood brain tumors. Researchers from Sanford Burnham Prebys are working to change that.