Press

Nov 09, 2018 – Salk awarded $19.2 million by the American Heart Association-Allen Initiative to study Alzheimer’s and aging in the brain [click to view]

Sep 18, 2018 – Tweaking cells’ gatekeepers could lead to new way to fight cancer [click to view]

Dec 21, 2017 – Multifunctional protein contributes to blood cell development [click to view]

Sep 14, 2017 – Partnership for a healthy brain [click to view]

Aug 30, 2017 – Protein turnover could be clue to living longer [click to view]

Nov 02, 2016 – Heart disease, leukemia linked to dysfunction in nucleus [click to view]

Sep 26, 2016 – Salk Institute names Martin Hetzer as Chief Science Officer [click to view]

Oct 08, 2015 – Researchers learn how to grow old brain cells [click to view]

Sep 17, 2015 – Not all organs age alike [click to view]

Jun 17, 2015 – Protein plays unexpected role in embryonic stem cells [click to view]

May 20, 2014 – Salk’s Glenn Center for Aging Research receives an additional $3 million gift from the Glenn Foundation for Medical Research [click to view]

Jul 08, 2013 – Salk researchers identify potential biomarker for cancer diagnosis [click to view]

Feb 03, 2012 – Discovery of extremely long-lived proteins may provide insight into cell aging and neurodegenerative diseases [click to view]

Apr 15, 2011 – Salk Institute promotes latest generation of extraordinary scientists [click to view]

Jun 10, 2010 – Nuclear pores call on different assembly mechanisms at different cell cycle stages [click to view]

Feb 04, 2010 – Nuclear pore complexes harbor new class of gene regulators, offer clues to gene expression and cancer [click to view]

Oct 07, 2009 – Salk Scientist Wins 2009 Aging Research Award from the Ellison Medical Foundation [click to view]

Jan 22, 2009 – The breakdown of barriers in old cells may hold clues to aging process [click to view]

Sep 12, 2007 – Salk scientists solve mystery behind how nuclear membrane forms during mitosis [click to view]

Apr 20, 2006 – Researchers solve mystery of how nuclear pores duplicate before cell division [click to view]