This enzyme is one of the hardest working proteins in the body

Researchers led by Yu Yamaguchi, M.D., Ph.D., have shown that in the absence of a certain protein, levels of an important carbohydrate increase to up to 40 times their usual level.

How Sanford Burnham Prebys is helping map the brain

As a principal investigator in the NIH's BRAIN/BICCN Initiative, Jerold Chun, M.D., Ph.D. and his team are part of a global collaboration to demystify the human brain to help better treat its diseases and disorders.

How microbes shape human health: an interview with Andrei Osterman

Microbes living in and on our bodies are key players in our health, and their power can be harnessed to enhance it.

Early-career scientists showcase their work at the 20th Annual Trainee Research Symposium

The annual event provides valuable presentation experience to scientists at the beginning of their research careers.

2021 Fishman Fund Award ceremony celebrates postdoctoral scholars

The Fishman Fund Awards were presented on September 23, 2021, in a virtual ceremony that honored the enduring legacy of our Institute’s founders, Dr. William and Lillian Fishman.