May, 2020 - Cardiac effects of COVID-19 are starting to show in patients and researchers are ready to fight it.
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May, 2020 - While many are working from home, these scientists are continuing to go to the lab in hopes of making a discovery that could lead to the end of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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April, 2020 - Many Gladstone researchers rely on computational approaches, machine learning, and innovative software to make biomedical discoveries.
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March, 2020 - Gladstone scientists mobilize to confront SARS-CoV-2
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February, 2020 - Gladstone researchers are collaborating to solve cardiovascular diseases using new technologies.
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January, 2020 - Hear Todd describe his recent work published in Cell Systems used machine learning to predict and control pluripotent stem cell self-organization, which could be used for developing 3D organ models and tissues.
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January, 2020 - Experiments with adding a heparin mixture with clinically relevant levels of bone morphogenetic protein leads to significant reductions of ossification in preclinical and computer modeling
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December, 2019 - Gladstone researchers discovered a method to control the patterns stem cells form in a dish.
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November, 2019 - The McDevitt Lab at Gladstone used a machine-learning approach to discover new ways of controlling the spatial organization of induced pluripotent stem cells
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November, 2019 - Novel Approach Could Streamline the Creation of Mini-organs.
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October, 2019 - Building on Shinya Yamanaka’s human induced pluripotent stem cells, Gladstone researchers are developing creative strategies to use stem cells toward understanding and treating diseases.
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October, 2019 - Joke van Bemmel, Alexander Merriman, David Joy, and Ariel Kauss share why National Coming Out Day is important to them.
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October, 2019 - These tiny versions of the heart, brain, intestine, lungs, and other organs are transforming how we research human disease and development at Gladstone and beyond.
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November, 2018 - A researcher claims to have used the genome editing technique CRISPR-Cas9 to modify genes in two human embryos, which led to the birth of the first genetically edited babies.
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November, 2018 - Todd McDevitt and Gladstone scientists have a conversation with WIRED magazine.
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October, 2018 - New discoveries about how cells self-organize could help researchers create more authentic organ models for research or transplantation
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October, 2018 - McDevitt lab awarded a $3.5M grant from the NIH
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October, 2018 - Todd McDevitt and Bruce Conklin are launching a project to assess the safety of genome editing in human cells and tissues.
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October, 2018 - Scientists believe that the patterning of stem cell differentiation affects what kinds of cells will ultimately emerge from the differentiation process.
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October, 2018 - Great fun and team building, leads the team to take the gold!
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June, 2018 - Winning the Developmental Game
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December, 2017 - Todd becomes program director and co-chair of the executive committee of the joint BioE program at UCSF and UCB.
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November, 2017 - Jessie Butts awarded a Nancy Rutledge Zahniser Trainee Professional Development Award
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November, 2017 - Todd discusses the lab's work creating organoids and the challenges faced in manufacturing tissues.
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October, 2017 - Dylan McCreedy was one of five poster winners (out of 1,340 posters) at the Biomedical Engineering Society’s Annual Meeting held October 11–14, 2017, in Phoenix, AZ.
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