Hermann Haller, M.D., MDI Biological Laboratory Faculty Member and Professor and Director of the Department of Nephrology and Hypertension Hannover Medical School, Hanover, Germany
Nephrologists have always been interested in basic biology. At the MDI Biological Laboratory, scientists have been making major scientific contributions to the understanding of the molecular mechanisms of renal tubules and their implications for salt and water balance — and hence their effect on disease — for nearly a century. In recent years, the focus…
This editorial in the Bangor Daily News quotes MDI Biological Laboratory research assistant Jesse Rochester on the need for STEM jobs in Maine in making the case in favor of a June 13 ballot referendum for a $50 million bond to support the growth of innovative R&D companies in Maine.
Isaiah Mansour, Sam Landry and other science and engineering undergraduates explore approaches to biomedical research using concepts and tools that promote collaboration across disciplines in the “Bridging Disciplines: Navigating Successful 21st Century Careers in Biomedical Science” course.
MDI Biological Laboratory President Kevin S. Strange, Ph.D., addresses why it's important for voters to go to the polls June 13 to vote "Yes" on Maine Question 1, a ballot referendum for a $50 million bond that is critical to retaining the state’s college graduates and to modernizing Maine’s economy.
Three research assistants at the MDI Biological Laboratory talk about about how Maine INBRE helped foster their careers, and about what the opportunity to work in biomedical research in their home state means to them.
Excerpted from "Breaking Through," the MDI Biological Laboratory's Biannual News Magazine
This excerpt from the MDI Biological Laboratory's biannual news magazine, "Breaking Through," describes the role of the MDI Biological Laboratory's new Maine Center for Biomedical Innovation in promoting a thriving science and technology sector in Maine.
This guest post from "Biomedical Beat," the blog of the National Institute for General Medical Sciences, describes research by a team led by Andrea Bodnar, Ph.D., of the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences and including James A. Coffman, Ph.D., of the MDI Biological Laboratory on the fountain-of-youth characteristics of sea urchins and what they can tell us about human aging.
Excerpted from "Breaking Through," the MDI Biological Laboratory's biannual news magazine
In this excerpt from the MDI Biological Laboratory's biannual news magazine, "Breaking Through," MDI Biological Laboratory donor and volunteer Dean Read of Bar Harbor discusses what motivates him to give.