A good “problem” to have ... Ariel had to choose between one of two different fellowships that she was selected for. She ultimately accepted the American Heart Association Predoctoral Fellowship, but was grateful and honored to be offered a UCSF Genentech Fellowship as well. Congrats to Ariel! ... See moreSee less
iBiology and our partners the Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation and the Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University are proud to announce the four winners of the 2017 Young Scientist Seminars’ (YSS) competition!
Barbara NsiahWe have to pay respect to the Vintage Rotary...it got alot of us though many experiments, helped us generate lots of data to publish papers and finish our degrees and postdocs ;)2 months ago · 3
Marissa CookeI love this but I may have nightmares of the rotary stopping with 80+ plates on it....❤️2 months ago · 3
Jonas NanceAt least you have copper shelves2 months ago · 1
My latest blog covers a cool new study by scientists from the Gladstone Institutes. They used stem cells to create an important type of nerve cell damaged in spinal cord injury. Their research could lead to a new strategy for treating patients with spine injuries.