Mentoring the Next Generation of Scientists

Mentorship is an integral part of science.  Each summer, scientists at PNRI mentor college students as part of our eight-week Summer Undergraduate Science Internship Program

Decoding the Genetics of Stress

Did you know up to 90% of all doctor’s office visits are now related to stress-related ailments and complaints? The Decoding Stress Study aims to change that

An Update on Type 1 Diabetes Research

PNRI Principal Investigator Bill Hagopian, MD, PhD, discusses his research, the connection between type 1 diabetes and celiac, and his hopes for the future of diagnosis and treatment. And John Caudill of Sheridan Vineyard walks through tasting some of Sheridan’s tasty reds. Part of the Science and Wine Club, a quarterly conversation series by PNRI

Adapting to Stress

PNRI Scientist Lisa Stubbs, PhD, explains the link between stress and health, and how it’s all tied to our genetics. Chuck Reininger, owner and winemaker at Reininger Winery discusses how wine vineyards use plant stress to produce healthy plants and desirable wines. Part of the Science and Wine Club, a quarterly conversation series by PNRI

The Evolution of Genomes and Grapes

PNRI Scientist Rick McLaughlin, PhD, shares how genomes evolved by stealing pieces of viruses to make new genes and why that matters now. Denise and Brett Isenhower, owners and winemakers at Isenhower Cellars (and both former Pharmacists), discuss clones and the evolution of grapes. Part of the Science and Wine Club, a quarterly conversation series

New Type 1 Diabetes Test Among 2020's Top Genomic Advances

“We’re really excited by these findings. They suggest that the routine heel-prick testing of babies done at birth could go a long way towards preventing early sickness as well as predicting which children will get type 1 diabetes years later.”

— Bill Hagopian, MD, PhD, PNRI Senior Investigator

New Type 1 Diabetes Test Among 2020’s Top Genomic Advances

A paper co-authored by Dr. William Hagopian,

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