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.
Research from Sanford Burnham Prebys and the Osaka International Cancer Institute has shed new light on the anti-cancer properties of mannose, a simple sugar.
The event celebrated 16 years of progress at the Center and connected scientists with the people most impacted by their work.
The day included lab tours for prospective graduate students and workshops for local high school students, all from underrepresented backgrounds
Since 2001, the awards have paid tribute to our Institute’s heritage and supported the trailblazers of tomorrow
Professor Peter Adams named Mentor of the Year, a new honor from the Institute’s Office of Education, Training and International Services (OETIS) and the Postdoctoral Training Advisory Group (PTAG). The award was announced at the 21st annual Trainee Research Symposium.
Sanford Burnham Prebys recently hosted a celebration to honor the anniversary of the Institute’s founding. More than 200 scientists, students and staff gathered to commemorate 46 years of world-class biomedical research.
Scientists and staff from across the Institute gathered to celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride at Sanford Burnham Prebys by attending a Pride flag raising ceremony
After a break during the pandemic, Rare Disease Day is back and better than ever.
How a one-of-a-kind kid and his family stay connected during the pandemic.