New Test Better Predicts Which Babies Will Develop Type 1 Diabetes

“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 Principal Scientist

New Test Better Predicts Which Babies Will Develop Type 1 Diabetes

A new approach

An Evening of Wine Goes Virtual

PNRI’s 17th annual wine-filled fundraiser is now a one-of-a-kind virtual event!

Join us for a Free, Fun, Friday Night

Free to attend, this year’s event kicks off with a Launch Party via Zoom on Friday, September 18, 2020 @ 5:30pm. The Launch Party will be fun, brief (15-20 minutes), and include raffle drawings.

See what’s in store and watch a sneak peak of the

Michael Metzger, PhD Researches Transmissible Cancer in Clams, Putting Basic Science First

“The things that are going to save peoples’ lives can only really happen if you do the basic science first.”

– Michael Metzger, PhD

Watch the video from Dr. Metzger, the second installment of PNRI’s Science Perspectives video series.

PNRI scientists are committed to asking the questions needed to find new solutions to human health. They do it every

The Dudley Lab Continues Work During COVID-19 Shutdown

“It takes a really special kind of person to be able to deal with failure on a daily basis, to keep coming back and asking for more because they’re passionate about science, about solving puzzles, and making discoveries that advance science for the good of humanity.”

-Dr. Aimée Dudley, PNRI

Watch the video from Dr. Dudley, the first installment of PNRI’s Science Perspectives video series.

PNRI scientists are passionate about their work and are not letting the COVID-19 shutdown discourage them from continuing their research. Aimée Dudley, PhD and her staff are finding creative but

Daring Scientists Go "All In" Every Day

Whether or not you were able to attend the event, you can read what our president and CEO said at “An Evening of Wine” about our visionary, creative, and daring researchers

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