MDI Biological Laboratory President Hermann Haller, M.D., is interviewed about the growing epidemic of kidney disease and the research MDI Biological Laboratory scientists are conducting to address the problem in this Voice of Maine radio broadcast.
In an article in Kidney News Online, the American Society of Nephrology (ASN) highlighted the MDI Biological Laboratory’s kidney TREKS course as one of the top 20 ways the ASN and the ASN Foundation for Kidney Research are increasing interest in careers in nephrology in Kidney News Online.
This article talks about the potential impact in New Hampshire of a regional biotech accelerator funded by the National Institutes of Health in which the MDI Biological Laboratory is also a participant. The aim is to identify commercialization gaps for biomedical researchers and set up an entrepreneurial ecosystem.
This article from Wiredfocus talks about the potential impact in New Hampshire of a regional biotech accelerator funded by the National Institutes of Health in which the MDI Biological Laboratory is also a participant. The aim is to identify commercialization gaps for biomedical researchers and set up an entrepreneurial ecosystem.
In this “marquee” article in Scientific American, Kevin Strange, Ph.D., and Viravuth Yin, Ph.D., write about the discovery of MSI-1436, a regenerative medicine drug candidate to regenerate heart muscle tissue after a heart attack. Strange is the co-founder, president and CEO of Novo Biosciences and the former president of the MDI Biological Laboratory; Yin is the co-founder and chief scientific officer of Novo and an associate professor at the MDI Biological Laboratory.
The science of hard cider will be the topic of an MDI Science Café and cider tasting on April 8 presented by Todd Little-Siebold, Ph.D, a history professor at College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor and Elli Hartig, a research assistant at the MDI Biological Laboratory. In a presentation entitled “Apple Culture: What Microbes Can Teach Us About the History of Maine Craft Cider,” they will discuss the elements that go into giving each cider its unique flavor and…
In this blog about the April edition of Scientific American, editor-in-chief Mariette DiChristina promos an article, “A Shot at Regeneration,” about a regenerative medicine drug candidate, MSI-1436, developed at the MDI Biological Laboratory to treat heart attack patients after a heart attack.
Jackson Laboratory cancer biologist and immunologist Muneer G. Hasham will give a public Science Café talk about the role of next-generation therapies in cancer treatment March 11 at 5 p.m. at the MDI Biological Laboratory’s Center for Biomedical Innovation building.
The role of next-generation therapies in cancer treatment will be the subject of a March 11 MDI Science Cafe titled “The Frontiers of Cancer Research” by cancer biologist/immunologist Muneer G. Hasham, Ph.D.