Year: 2019

Patenting ideas from bench to bedside

The agents of discovery: patenting and licensing ideas from bench to bedside

Posted by Gary Bridgman | Dec 12, 2019

Meet St. Jude’s tech transfer experts who patent and license researchers’ basic science discoveries to help patients worldwide.

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Building a global neuro-oncology collaborative for pediatric CNS tumors

For new ideas and collaboration, St. Jude Global hosts neuro-oncology training seminar

Posted by Lance Wiedower | Dec 5, 2019

St. Jude Global Academy hosted a neuro-oncology seminar to generate new ideas for high-impact interventions and share experiences. Read more.

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Ending the HIV epidemic: A national plan to reduce HIV infections

Ending the HIV epidemic: A national plan to reduce HIV infections

Posted by Michael Sheffield | Nov 27, 2019

Ending the HIV Epidemic is a bold plan to reduce HIV infections by 90 percent nationally. On a local level, St. Jude aims to have no new HIV cases by 2030.

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Smithsonian honors St. Jude visionaries for ‘bubble boy’ cure

Smithsonian honors St. Jude visionaries for ‘bubble boy’ cure

Posted by Mary Powers | Nov 19, 2019

Read how St. Jude researchers and clinicians used gene therapy to cure the diabolical bubble boy disease.

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Proteins: Playing with molecular rubber duckies

Proteins: Playing with molecular rubber duckies

Posted by Marcus Fischer, PhD | Nov 18, 2019

Are you a match? Read how this molecule’s affinity to proteins can change according to water.

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#Doctors, #Scientists and #MedTwitter: Emerging advancements of scientific and professional collaborations on social media

#Doctors, #Scientists and #MedTwitter: Emerging advancements of scientific and professional collaborations on social media

Posted by Kerry Hillis Goff | Nov 15, 2019

Social media has become another emerging digital technology for both scientists and their institutions. Find out how research organizations are harnessing technology to to create effective ways of developing, sharing and disseminating information.

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New patient app gives parents and patients what they need

New patient app gives parents and patients what they need

Posted by Chris Pennington | Nov 13, 2019

Read how this hospital keeps all patients and families informed with the most up-to-date information on scheduling, travel and community events.

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New analytical technique reveals the subtle genetic differences among cancer cells

New analytical technique reveals the subtle genetic differences among cancer cells

Posted by Xiang Chen, PhD | Nov 12, 2019

Sequencing data gives insights into what’s going on in a cell. It’s a lot of information. Read how scientists are finding ways to cut through the information and find causes for disease.

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Flu Shot Myths Debunked

When is the best time to get your 2019 flu vaccine? Now.

Posted by Richard Webby, PhD | Nov 11, 2019

Get your flu shot! St. Jude virologist Richard Webby, PhD, has heard every excuse. His team helps the WHO to recommend what goes into each year’s influenza vaccine.

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Genetic sequencing: How do we put out the fires of genetically driven cancers?

Genetic sequencing: How do we put out the fires of genetically driven cancers?

Posted by Jill Bouchard, PhD | Nov 8, 2019

Too much of a good thing? Read how genetic sequencing offers insights into the causes of some cancers, but the avalance of data creates a new set of issues.

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