Tricking the body to treat breast cancer

Stimulating immune responses can help the body fight cancer and improve the effects of other treatments.

Bioinformaticist Kevin Yip joins Sanford Burnham Prebys

Bioinformaticist Kevin Yip, Ph.D., has joined Sanford Burnham Prebys as a professor, where he will collaborate with other faculty across the Institute on large-scale data analysis and develop new tools and models for computational biology. Yip comes to Sanford Burnham Prebys after more than a decade on the faculty at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Research reveals why more Black women die from breast cancer

Researchers led by Svasti Haricharan, Ph.D., are unpacking racial disparities in breast cancer survival at the molecular level.

Sanford Burnham Prebys professor awarded $2.9 million to explore new answers to old questions in Alzheimer’s research

The five-year project will explore how Alzheimer’s development is impacted by molecules in the scaffolding of our brains, which could yield new strategies for treating the disease.

Sanford Burnham Prebys to host first Rising Stars Symposium

The event, scheduled for April 27-29, aims to foster greater diversity in biomedical research and shine a spotlight on the next generation of scientific leaders.