San Diego research centers receive $15 million to train next generation of regenerative medicine scientists

Researchers from Sanford Burnham Prebys including Evan Snyder, M.D., Ph.D., Pier Lorenzo Puri, M.D. and Alessandra Sacco, Ph.D. have received $5 million in new funding to launch a multidisciplinary stem cell training program, with an addition $10 million going to researchers at other San Diego research institutes.

New stem cell identified by Sanford Burnham Prebys researchers offers hope to people with rare liver disease

Elusive liver stem cells found ‘outside the box’ offer a ray of light to people with Alagille syndrome.

Jamey Marth awarded $13.5 million by NIH to investigate the pathogenesis and treatment of sepsis

The grant was awarded to Marth to continue his team’s groundbreaking research on the molecular mechanisms of sepsis with the goal of achieving more effective treatments.

Peter Adams and Gerald Shadel awarded $13 million from NIH to study aging and liver cancer

A new grant awarded to faculty from Sanford Burnham Prebys and the Salk Institute will fund a five-year project to explore the connection between aging and liver cancer with the goal of developing new therapeutic approaches.

NASA awards $2 million to study effects of low gravity on muscle and neuron function

The three-year grant to assistant professor Karen Ocorr will study the model organisms of fruit flies and nematode worms aboard the International Space Station.