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

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

Finding New Therapies in Unexpected Places: Wine and Flowers

While exploring an unrelated science question, members of the Dudley Lab noticed an interesting response of the pathogenic yeast, Candida albicans. A naturally occurring chemical found in wine and flowers made the cells – which had become resistant to a commonly prescribed antifungal drug – sensitive to it again

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