Category: Research

Nuclear receptor DNA

Electrical engineering sparks discovery in how human nuclear receptors bind to DNA

Posted by Brian O'Flynn | Sep 21, 2023

See how nuclear receptors selectively bind to DNA.

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Shondra Pruett-Miller, PhD, and Jamaica Siwak at work

Shared Resources Spotlight: Center for Advanced Genome Engineering

Posted by Elizabeth Casolo | Sep 14, 2023

Research from the Center for Applied Genome Engineering plays a pivotal role in discovery.

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Yurika Matsui, PhD, Jamy Peng, PhD, Beisi Xu, PhD,

The life and death of cells in early brain development

Posted by Brian O'Flynn | Sep 7, 2023

Explore St. Jude research on neural cell life or death during brain development.

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Thalassemia illustration

Missed connection no more: Science and serendipity solve a microRNA mystery

Posted by Alex Generous, PhD | Aug 24, 2023

Find how a St. Jude discovery holds new promise for beta-thalassemia.

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. L to R: Gang Wu, PhD, Wojciech Rosikiewicz, PhD, Wenjie Qi, PhD, Jason Myers, Beisi Xu, PhD.

Shared Resources Spotlight: Center for Applied Bioinformatics

Posted by Elizabeth Casolo | Aug 10, 2023

Meet the data scientists advancing research at St. Jude.

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Global TRM illustration

Addressing treatment-related mortality: Student’s research spotlights need for supportive care

Posted by Erin Podolak | Jul 31, 2023

Gathering data increases understanding of treatment-related mortality in low- and middle-income countries.

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Vevea cover art

On the Road to Discovery: How Understanding Mitochondrial Trafficking Drives Change

Posted by Jessica Gullett Rubino | Jun 27, 2023

Explore how mitochondrial research in the Vevea lab sheds light on neurons.

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Nicholas Phillips

Healthy lifestyles: mitigating the risk of cognitive impairment in childhood cancer survivors

Posted by Alex Generous, PhD | Jun 22, 2023

Discover how healthy lifestyles may protect cognitive abilities in childhood cancer survivors.

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Gabriela Maron, Ellie Margolis and Li Tang at an anerobic hood

Spilling their guts: patient microbiomes may hold the secret to predicting outcomes after transplant

Posted by Alex Generous, PhD | Jun 20, 2023

Gut microbiome predicts pediatric bone marrow transplant infections and other complications.

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Avian flu

St. Jude avian flu hunters’ annual data collection provides context for ongoing pandemic

Posted by Alex Generous, PhD | Jun 13, 2023

See how St. Jude collects avian influenza samples to stay a step ahead of the virus.

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