We’re pleased to introduce you to Hyemin Min, Ph.D., a postdoctoral researcher who joined the MDI Biological Laboratory in July. Working alongside Dr. Dustin Updike, Hyemin studies the...Learn More
Research by Aric N. Rogers, Ph.D., Identifies Muscle As a Privileged Tissue Under Conditions of Nutrient ScarcityLearn More
Our scientists and students are working hard to develop new approaches to prevent and treat degenerative disease. However, their work would not be possible without your support. Your gift of any...Learn More
Research by Prayag Murawala, Ph.D., in Highly Regenerative Salamander Could Lead to New Regenerative Medicine Therapies.
With its amazing capacity to regenerate tissues and organs, its ability to reproduce in a laboratory environment and the ease with which its genes can be manipulated, the Mexican salamander, or axolotl, holds enormous promise as a model for the study of regenerative medicine.
Chuck Dinsmore has devoted his life to curiosity, discovery and fostering a love of science in others. By making a planned estate gift, he has joined the ranks of the John S. Kingsley Society at MDI Biological Laboratory, and ensured that nurturing curiosity in learners of all ages is part of his legacy.Learn More