Biotech TGen Alzheimers Disease Research
The Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) is a Phoenix-based nonprofit working with collaborators in the scientific and medical communities to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of gene research, fighting diseases such as cancer, neurological disorders and diabetes. This video features researchers Matthew Huentelman and Travis Dunkley, as well as a few patients.
Lightworks Algae Energy ASU Research
The Arizona Center for Algae Technology and Innovation (AzCATI) at Arizona State University and the Algae Testbed Public-Private Partnership (ATP3) are working with Health Enhancement Products, Inc (HEPI) to advance the science behind algae-based health and wellness products like vitamins and food chemicals.
From Bioscience to Biobusiness Success
Dr. Robert Bowser was recruited to the Barrow Neurological Institute and St. Joseph’s Hospital & Medical Center to direct an ALS research center using philanthropic support from Mr. Ira Fulton. He arrived to the Phoenix area in August of last year after 18 years on the faculty at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Dr. Bowser’s research focuses on biomarkers of neurologic disease and he will describe how success in his academic research has also led to success in the world of biotechnology.
DNA Sequencing and Disease Diagnosis
Northern Arizona University's Paul Keim describes how automated technology and robotics are used to analyze thousands of samples of DNA at one time. He explains the human genome and the information contained in DNA. Keim believes researching the DNA of disease causing organisms will advance disease treatment. Northern Arizona University is home to one of the largest pathogen related genomics research centers in the world. Read the article Genomic Research >>
From Discovery to Development to Delivery: Biodesign
Raymond N. DuBois, MD, PhD , executive director of The Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University explains the history and the value of biodesign and shares a look at the bioinspired, use inspired, research being done by innovative teams at The Biodesign Institute in their three focus areas of health, energy, and security.
CBR - 20 Years of Cord Blood Research
Cord blood stem cells have been used to treat more than 80 diseases, from leukemias and anemias to immune and metabolic disorders. Today, even more treatment options are being evaluated in cutting-edge, FDA-regulated clinical trials. This growing number of potential uses means more medical options for your family later.