We caught up with Sanford Burnham Prebys assistant professor Victoria Blaho, Ph.D. to talk about why Lyme disease research is important, the progress being made and the work that remains in studying this strange and burdensome disease.
In honor of his recent inclusion in a notable neurology textbook, we interviewed Sanford Burnham Prebys Professor Evan Snyder about how his work in child neurology and social work informed his foundational discoveries in the early history of stem cell research.
Congenital heart defects remain the most common type of birth defect, but the genetic causes of these conditions are poorly understood. Sanford Burnham Prebys is teaming up with Rady Children's Hospital to demystify the genetics of heart defects by studying the genes of actual patients.
A valuable career and professional development opportunity, this event will showcase the biomedical research of exceptional scholars nearing the completion of their doctoral degree or in the early stages of postdoctoral training.