April, 2022 - Researchers designed a new platform for studying how the human immune system responds to hepatitis C infection by combining microfluidic technology with liver organoids.
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March, 2022 - Bay Area scientists are infecting “organoids” to watch what happens
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February, 2022 - New method allows for realistic, 3D model of this human synapse
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December, 2021 - McDevitt lab's research covered by Aron Zorn as a Cell Stem Cell preview.
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December, 2021 - The McDevitt has created novel organoids that open new doors for understanding crosstalk between tissues during human development.
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December, 2021 - Microscopy image of the new type of organoid created by Todd McDevitt, Ana Silva, and their colleagues in which heart tissue (red, purple, and orange masses) and gut tissue (blue and green masses) are growing together. Captured by Ana Silva.
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November, 2021 - Coronavirus infections might cause lasting harm to the heart, even in those who have never had symptoms.
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June, 2021 - Neural organoids developed by Gladstone scientists mimic one of the key steps in the early development of the nervous system in embryos.
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May, 2021 - Todd McDevitt and his team developed an artificial intelligence approach to get a more comprehensive view of how cells behave and collaborate to form complex organs.
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May, 2021 - Biologists Being Basic featured the lab's COVID cardiac work.
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May, 2021 - Sarah Rockwood and Marty Krakora share what it is like to be a Research Associate at Gladstone.
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May, 2021 - Will Flanigan says thank you to the Gladstone Research Associates for their appreciation week.
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April, 2021 - Chosen based on demonstrated excellence and engagement in their field of research.
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March, 2021 - Todd McDevitt and Bruce Conklin comment on COVID-19 cardiac research
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March, 2021 - Gladstone scientists discover how the novel coronavirus damages heart muscle cells, and creates a system that can be used to screen potential therapies
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February, 2021 - This talk was given at the Kickoff Symposium for the iPS Cell Research Center at Gladstone Institutes on February 8, 2021.
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February, 2021 - The disease may damage cardiac muscle even in those who never displayed symptoms.
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October, 2020 - Ken Nakamura and Todd McDevitt will study how to boost cells’ energy and how the strategy can best treat disease
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September, 2020 - A Gladstone team recently published images that show how the coronavirus can directly invade the heart muscle.
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September, 2020 - Interview regarding recent COVID research on human cardiac cells and tissues.
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September, 2020 - McDevitt lab COVID-19 cardiac explained by live science.
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September, 2020 - A growing number of studies are raising concerns about the coronavirus’ long-term effects on the heart. Athletes especially need to heed the warnings.
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September, 2020 - Evidence has emerged of severe direct viral assault on the heart muscle.
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September, 2020 - Recent research suggests some people who recovered might have lingering heart inflammation and injury, even if their cases weren’t severe.
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