Inhibiting key metabolic enzyme shows promise against melanoma

Institute researchers have shown for the first time that inhibiting a key metabolic enzyme selectively kills melanoma cells and stops tumor growth.

Using stem cells to study the biochemistry of learning

A method for studying human neurons could help researchers develop approaches for treating Alzheimer’s, schizophrenia and other neurological diseases

Peter Adams and Bing Ren awarded $10.6M to create atlas of aging cells

The multi-institution initiative will reveal new insights into the aging process and uncover targets to promote health across the life span

One plant at a time: How Sanford Burnham Prebys is helping the monarch butterfly

Monarch butterflies were recently declared endangered, so the Institute is planting Milkweed to help support their repopulation.