Jessica Bruhn, Jessica Rabuck-Gibbons, and Selene Tyndale, Scientists
Jenivive Bernbeck, Designer
Study of tyrosine kinase protein Abl, which causes chronic myeloid leukemia, in regards to genetic variation on gene expression and visualizing the biological complexity of large proteins and protein assemblies.
Amy Rommel, Scientist
Anna Walden, Designer
Cancer cells create their own blood supply.
Kayla Chase, Scientist
Kara Riekstins, Designer
Research studies of how repeated drug exposure changes the brain.
Quan Zhu, Scientist
Juliet Sailo, Designer
Study of Helix structure of the DNA fibers.
Carlos G. Perez-Garcia, Scientist
Humberto Buisan, Designer
Study focused on the autism-related gene MDGA1 which plays a key role in the generation of the neuronal layers that form the neocortex, the center of sensory perception, motor control and cognition in mammals. The deletion of MDGA1 from these progenitors leads to defects in their division, causing the generation of abnormal populations of cells.
Hermina Nedelescu, Scientist
Rachel Merrill, Designer
The study of the functional organization of the cerebellar pathway involved in motion.
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Elena Blanco-Suarez, Scientist
Christiann Moore, Designer
Study of astrocytes and their role to make healthy connections between neurons.
Mako Yamamoto, Scientist
Nada Zein, Designer
In vivo genome editing via CRISPR/Cas9 mediated Homology-Independent Targeted Integration (HITI)
The Namkodo Team
Bettina Lehman, Scientist
Lauren Jackson, Designer
Salk research investigates how a 3D architectural protein reacts to environmental stress and impacts the organization of our genome; ultimately dictating a physiological or diseased state in our cells. Super resolution microscopy imaging allows us to visualize how stress is affecting us down to the cellular and molecular level.
Alexandria Palaferri Schieber, Scientist
Lina Mills, Designer
Study focused on how the bacteria in our gut can benefit us and protect against wasting caused by infections.
Cindy Liu, Scientist
Marty Ornish, Designer
How signals sent from the intrinsically light sensitive mRGC cells to the circadian regions of the brain lines communicate with other regions in mouse eyes.
Krishna Vadodaria, Scientist
Jessica Holland, Designer
Study of human pluripotent stem cell derived astrocytes and their nuclei (DNA).
Pam Maher, Scientist
Tammie Pontsler, Designer
Study of…the impact of diet on the development of autism in BTBR mice.