Two patients whose lives were saved by discoveries made by Hudson Freeze, Ph.D., and José Luis Millán, Ph.D., joined the scientists for a conversation about what this work means to them and how their lives have been impacted.
Read about our progress in the fight against COVID-19, insights into treating deadly cancers, research that may help children born with a rare condition, and more.
Election as an AAAS Fellow is an honor bestowed upon AAAS members by their peers.
Long-time supporter Dinah Conyers Ruch discusses the impact of giving to biomedical research—especially COVID-19 efforts.
The nutritional supplement has dramatically improved the lives of other children with the rare metabolic disorder.
11-year-old Damian Omler is the only known individual with his CDG mutation.
This year’s event centered on CDG, a rare genetic condition that affects around 1,500 people worldwide.
The discovery opens new avenues to find therapies to treat the disorder.
Levin tours Institute to learn more about innovative biomedical research.
The consortium is funded by a $5 million, five-year NIH grant and will address decades of unresolved questions.