Q&A: TRISH fellow from Stanford dives into space research and the mitochondria – The Stanford Daily
BioCurate and Monash University accelerate research into targeted treatments for triple negative breast cancer – Monash University
The Daily sat down with James Won Suk Jahng, a Stanford postdoctoral student, and one of four postdoctoral students in the United States picked for a Translational Research Institute for Space Health (TRISH) fellowship.The fellowship works to collaborate with researchers to design biomedical technology for astronaut safety and apply them for future space missions. Jahng who grew up in Korea before immigrating to Canada and later the United States is interested in both space health as well as mitochondria, popularly known as the powerhouse of the cell
Helping Patients With MPNs to Elevate Their Voice – Curetoday.com – Curetoday.com
You are here: 02 August 2021 Professor Roger Daly The first award under BioCurates new Proof of Concept fund has been granted to the Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI). This award will support the key research needed to determine the effectiveness of targeting two proteins that could lead to novel, targeted treatments for triple negative breast cancer (TNBC) and other poor prognosis cancers.
Multiple myeloma stem cell transplant: What happens and more? – Medical News Today
Kristie L. Kahl: Why is it important to help elevate the patient's voice when it comes to MPNs specifically? Brandon Getzman: Yeah, so, you know, the, there's 300,000, we believe there's 3000 MPN patients in the United States, and at least that in Europe, and so when you, when you think about the prevalence of this disease, just in those two regions of the world, there's, there's literally millions of MPN patients around the globe.
Non-invasive imaging method can predict the efficiency of cardiomyocyte differentiation – News-Medical.net
One potential treatment for multiple myeloma is a stem cell transplant. This involves a person receiving high-dose chemotherapy to kill the cancer cells in the bone marrow. This can also kill healthy cells inside the bone marrow, so the person then receives new, healthy, blood-forming stem cells via a transplant.
3D-bioprinted cardiac patches show therapeutic, regenerative potential for treating ischemic cardiomyopathy – News-Medical.Net
Stem cell research holds great potential for regenerative therapies and treatments to combat cardiovascular disease, which is responsible for over 30% of all deaths worldwide. Highly functional cardiomyocytes-;the muscle cells responsible for the contraction of the heart-;are important for disease modeling, drug screening, and other regenerative medicine approaches
bluebird bio and National Resilience Ink Cell Therapy Strategic Alliance – BioSpace
Cardiovascular diseases account for 32% of global deaths.
Medical World News Inside the Practice: CancerNetwork and Jeffery Auletta, MD, Discuss Mismatched and Unrelated Donor Stem Cell Transplants in…
bluebird bio and National Resilience signed a strategic alliance around cell therapies. As part of the deal, Resilience is buying bluebirds manufacturing facility in Research Triangle Park, keeping more than 100 staffers. Resilience will also continue supplying gene and cell therapy vectors for bluebird bio and 2seventy bio, bluebirds oncology cell therapy spinoff that is expected to launch by the end of the year.
Gene Therapy Associated With Vision Preservation in Retinal Disease – AJMC.com Managed Markets Network
CancerNetwork spoke with Jeffery Auletta, MD, about how the Be The Match foundation is using research initiatives to expand eligibility for stem cell transplants in for patient with acute leukemias and myelodysplastic syndrome. For the latest installment of the Inside the Practice Segment of the Medical World News broadcast, CancerNetwork spoke with Jeffery Auletta, MD, senior vice president of Patient Outcomes and Experience for the National Marrow Donor Program/Be The Match and chief scientific director of the Center for International Blood and Marrow Transplant Research/National Marrow Donor Program/Be The Match, about finding donors for patients requiring stem cell transplant.
$500K Grant Supports Research on Muscle Growth in Pigs, With Broader Health Implications – Maryland Today
The study observed interactions between retinal ganglion cells and calcium/calmodulindependent protein kinase II (CaMKII), an enzyme.
A $500,000 award from the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture is supporting University of Maryland-led research to enhance pork production through improved muscle growth in pigs