The “Eph” system may pave the way for novel cancer therapies

Elena Pasquale’s new review in Nature Reviews Cancer surveys the large body of data regarding Eph signaling in tumors and highlights potential strategies for therapeutic targeting. “Overall, while significant progress has been made in deciphering the Eph system in cancer, there is much more to learn.”

Sanford Burnham Prebys’ Shadow Day supports diversity and inclusion in STEM education

Creating an inclusive environment in STEM is crucial for ensuring a broad range of perspectives and ideas, ultimately contributing to the advancement of scientific research and innovation.

Randal J. Kaufman among the world’s most influential scientists

Over the last decade, the publications of Randal J. Kaufman are among the top 1% in the world by number of citations. He has been a major contributor to our understanding of how protein folding—and misfolding—lead to cell malfunctions and death.

Hudson Freeze joins experts to discuss testing to help CAD-affected children

Hudson Freeze joined an international panel of genetics experts on CAD deficiency: Beyond the genetics—a podcast offered by the Journal of Inherited Metabolic Disease.

With a little help from my friends

Sanford Burnham Prebys’ latest gala celebrated an old, dear friend, a brand-new vision and a crowd in fab form. More than 280 friends, faculty and supporters of the Institute gathered to celebrate the event’s theme: “A Future Filled with Discoveries and Cures.”