Stanley Qi is a recipient of a 2017 Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship in Computational and Evolutionary Molecular Biology. Stanley Qi joins 126 early-career scholars who represent the most promising scientific researchers working today. Their achievements and potential place them among the next Read More »
SAN FRANCISCO & SAN DIEGO, Calif., Feb. 13, 2017 – California Life Sciences Association (CLSA) today announced an expansion of its board of directors, adding two new members. Larry W. Kwak, M.D., Ph.D., Vice President and Associate Cancer Center Director Read More »
“Antigen Presentation Profiling Reveals Recognition of Lymphoma Immunoglobulin Neoantigens” has been accepted for publication in Nature. Niclas Olsson (CSB, Elias Lab) is the co-first-author along with Michael Khodadoust (Oncology, Alizadeh Lab). Joshua Elias (CSB) is the co-corresponding author with Ash Alizadeh (Oncology).
Julia Kamenz and Jim Ferrell have written a commentary on “Temporal Ordering of Cell Cycle Phosphorylation” that will be published on February 3rd, 2017 in Molecular Cell. Julia Kamenz has also been selected to give a talk on her work on Read More »
The recent publication from the lab of Daria Mochly-Rosen, “Potential biomarkers to follow the progression and treatment response of Huntington’s disease,” has been covered by Huntington’s Disease News and Silicon Republic.
James Chen, PhD, has been appointed chair of the School of Medicine’s Department of Chemical and Systems Biology. His five-year term began Sept. 1. “My colleagues in the department were incredibly helpful and supportive when I joined Stanford as an Read More »
On Tuesday morning, I grabbed my pencil, my skinny reporter’s notebook, and my gala invitation. Stanford School of Medicine was celebrating the 10th anniversary of SPARK. SPARK was designed to bridge the gap between academia and industry. Founded by Daria Read More »
Researchers have found nearly 50 helpful prions in yeast and comparable proteins in humans, suggesting that this dreaded protein type can boost survival and plays a role in evolution. Prion proteins, best known as the agents of deadly brain disorders Read More »
How cells make the decision to divide is a fundamental process in biology, and when this decision process is perturbed cancer or developmental diseases can occur. It was previously thought that the presence or absence of external growth factors or Read More »
The standard theory on negative cooperativity where the binding of one ligand makes it harder for a second ligand to bind to multi-subunit receptors says that the higher the negative cooperativity, the more graded the receptor’s response. It turns out Read More »