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News / 12.22.22

Benign bacteria in the maternal gut share genes with the child’s intestinal microbes during early life, potentially contributing to immune and cognitive development.Read more

News / 01.18.23

New results from the FinnGen consortium include previously unknown genetic risk factors for many debilitating diseases, potentially facilitating therapeutic developmentRead more

News / 01.18.23
Academic-industrial collaboration, now with 19 industry members, expands efforts to identify new cancer targets.Read more
News / 01.17.23
On February 15, patients, doctors and researchers to celebrate facing cancer and overcoming healthcare disparitiesRead more
News / 01.18.23
Large-scale Finnish biobank-based study discovers several new disease genes as well as insights into how known genetic factors affect diseaseRead more
News / 01.9.23
Sequencing study cracks open molecular "black box," highlights opportunities for earlier diagnosis of an aggressive cancerRead more
News / 01.12.23
Preclinical studies suggest that silencing TBK1 may help overcome resistance to treatmentRead more
News / 12.15.22
A clearer picture of how brain cells vary from person to person could reveal more about how the brain works and what makes us all different.Read more
News / 12.7.22
STACI enables scientists to simultaneously analyze gene expression, cell nuclear structure, and cell location in tissue.Read more
News / 12.6.22
Scientists link dozens of new genome sites to coronary artery disease risk and pioneer a powerful method for illuminating the biological roots of common disease.Read more
News / 12.8.22
A new optogenetics-based tool allows researchers to control how neurons respond to electrical input.Read more
Victor Nauff annotates an MRI image. These annotations can be used to train machine learning models to recognize different structures of the heart automatically.
News / 12.1.22
A community of computer scientists and physician-scientists at Broad is applying computational approaches to patient data to gain new insights into heart disease.Read more
News / 11.29.22
Nominations are now open for the first award of the Richard N. Merkin Prize in Biomedical Technology, which recognizes novel technologies that have improved human health.Read more
News / 11.22.22
Researchers have engineered a family of adeno-associated viral vectors that cross the blood-brain barrier in primate models.Read more