Latest Content From Laura Elizabeth Lansdowne
We recently spoke to Alif Saleh, CEO of Scipher Medicine to learn how RNA data from a patient’s blood sample can be used to determine the underlying molecular processes driving a disease, and establish how well a patient will respond to a particular therapy.VIEW
A method for fooling breast cancer cells into fat cells has been discovered by researchers from the University of Basel.VIEW
Terpenoids are responsible for the unique aroma of cannabis. These compounds are lipophilic, can permeate lipid membranes, and several are capable of crossing the blood-brain barrier after inhalation. We recently spoke to Ethan Russo, MD, to learn more about the biochemistry and potential pharmacologic properties of cannabis-derived terpenoids.VIEW
We asked you the question "How would your parents describe your job?".
Here is a selection of our favorite responses.
We asked you tell us the most annoying thing that your lab mates have ever done. We were overwhelmed with the responses that we received, so we decided to pick the funniest and share them with you!VIEW
We recently spoke to Karoly Nikolich, chairman and chief executive officer of Alkahest, a clinical-stage biotechnology company, to learn more about their approach to developing therapeutics for both neurodegenerative and age-related diseases.VIEW