July 2022 Newsletter: Issue 2, Volume 5 San Diego BioMed Receives Donation of $200,000 to Combat Disease International Women’s Day Panel Featuring Dr. Cecilia Marcondes April 2022 Newsletter: Issue 1, Volume 5 Happy Thanksgiving! Immune Regulation and Type 1 Diabetes Metastatic Breast Cancer Obesity and Breast Cancer Research Breast Cancer Awareness Month – Triple Negative Breast Cancer October 2021 Newsletter: Issue 3, Volume 4 Breast Cancer Awareness Month SDBRI Has Officially Moved! National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month June 2021 Newsletter: Issue 2, Volume 4 SDBRI Scientist Solves 60-Year Scientific Mystery SDBRI Research Technician Accepted Into MIT! Dr. Cecilia Marcondes Ph.D. publishes on “Detection of H3K4me3 identifies neuroHIV signatures, genomic effects of methamphetamine and addiction pathways in postmortem HIV+ brain specimens that are not amenable to transcriptome analysis” Wael ElShamy, Ph.D. Publishes on “The Molecular Underpinning of Geminin-Overexpressing Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Cells Homing Specifically to Lungs” Dr. Milner Receives 5-Year, R01 Grant February 2021 Newsletter: Issue 1, Volume 4 San Diego Biomedical Research Institute’s David Gilbert to be involved in new center for studying the structure of the cell Flow Cytometry with CytoFlex S: The Basics Richard Milner, Ph.D. publishes on his finding that, Activated Protein C Attenuates Experimental Autoimmune Encephalomyelitis Progression by Enhancing Vascular Integrity and Suppressing Microglial Activation New Virtual Science Focus Meeting Series Black Lives Matter Transition Back to Work Training Wael ElShamy, Ph.D. publishes on the immunosuppressive microenvironment in BRCA1-IRIS-overexpressing TNBC tumors is induced by bidirectional interaction with tumor-associated macrophages Cecilia Marcondes, Ph.D. publishes on Systems Biology Analysis of the Antagonizing Effects of HIV-1 Tat Expression in the Brain over Transcriptional Changes Caused by Methamphetamine Sensitization April 2020 Newsletter: Issue 1, Volume 3 Richard Milner, Ph.D. publishes on a critical role for microglia in maintaining vascular integrity in the hypoxic spinal cord Postdoctoral Position – Davies Lab SDBRI Ranks #11 in 2019 Fiscal Year for NIH Funded Organizations Drs. Binley and Verkoczy Receive $9 Million R01 Grant Renewal Breast Cancer Study Recruitment Huntington Medical Research Institute July 2019 Lecture SDBRI receives $100,000 from the Richard P. Woltman Fund Take a Tour of Our New Space! Click the link below. 2019 SNIP Conference 2019 Keystone Symposium Volume 2, Issue 3 Volume 2, Issue 2 Dr. Cecilia Marcondes’ new publication investigates what pieces of HIV are required to activate inflammatory genes Volume 2, Issue 1 Dr. Cecilia Marcondes’ research is selected for the San Diego Center for AIDS Research Director’s Choice as an outstanding study Volume 1, Issue 11: Cancer SDBRI welcomes Dr. Celine DerMardirossian to their Faculty SDBRI welcomes Dr. Richard Milner Researcher Isabelle Tardieux gives a seminar on Cell and Membrane dynamics of parasite-host interactions Volume 1, Issue 10: HIV Vaccine Volume 1, Issue 9: Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) SDBRI professor Helen Leask gives seminar on qualitative research Volume 1, Issue 8: Cachexia Volume 1, Issue 7: Type 2 Diabetes and Obesity SDBRI’s Marcondes Group identify a new mechanism that can explain aggravated HIV infection in drug abusers Volume 1, Issue 6: Multiple Sclerosis SDBRI participated in the 2018 We Support U 5K Fun Run/Walk Dr. Joanna Davies Visits Vamos a Charlar Teach Science at SDBRI Volume 1, Issue 5: Neurological Disorders SDBRI Professor, Dr. Helen Leask, discusses new insights into Epilepsy Care “The revolution in the field is real – if only more doctors knew about it” Volume 1, Issue 4: Cancer SDBRI Welcomes Dr. Laurent Verkoczy Volume 1, Issue 3: HIV Vaccine Volume 1 , Issue 2: Type 1 Diabetes Volume 1, Issue 1: Welcome to SDBRI Institute Staff Participate in the Susan G. Komen San Diego Race for the Cure SDBRI Receives Significant Las Patronas Gift to Purchase Equipment Public makes financial gifts to SDBRI as part of Giving Tuesday Institute receives community contribution Ballad receives donations from community members SDBRI’s Wael ElShamy publishes article on cancer recurrence and metastases Cecilia Marcondes, Ph.D. and colleagues publish findings on West Nile virus. Aditi Narsale, Ph.D. , SDBRI fellow, presented findings at American Diabetes Association’s 2017 Scientific Sessions James Binley, Ph.D. and colleagues identify a lineage of HIV-1- neutralizing antibodies that target the envelope trimer apex SDBRI’s Maria Cecilia Mardondes, Ph.D. Publishes Article About HIV-1 and Methamphetamine Abuse SDBRI’s Samantha Grimley, Ph.D. Delivers Presentation at Keystone Symposia SDBRI Welcomes Wael M. ElShamy, Ph.D. as Associate Professor Professor James Binley Publishes Article in Virology Mark Hargreaves, Ph.D. Joins Ballad Research Institute Board SDBRI Welcomes Two New Board Members Cecilia Marcondes, Ph.D. Comes to SDBRI as Associate Professor “Teach Science” Goes to Casa de Mañana Retirement Community The Institute Receives Public Gift Happy New Year! SDBRI Receives Donations from Community Members The Impact of Cancer on Insulin Control and Cachexia National Institutes of Health Center Funds SDBRI for HIV/AIDS Research National Cancer Institute Funds SDBRI for Cancer Research Investigating the Role of Glycoproteins in Cancer Metastasis Linking Tissue Factor to Humans with Type 2 Diabetes SDBRI One Year Anniversary Thank You BioLegend NIH Funds SDBRI Group to Develop a Vaccine Against HIV Infection Ms. Jean Savage Joins SDBRI as Administrative Specialist Mr. John Bauer Joins SDBRI Board of Directors Sheila Ferguson Joins the Ballad Research Institute Board of Directors Samantha Leigh Grimley, Ph.D. Joins SDBRI as Postdoctoral Fellow SDBRI Accepted as Member of the Association of Independent Research Institutes Additional Funding from the National Cancer Institute Native HIV Membrane Trimers SDBRI Staff Participates in ADA’s Annual Walk SDBRI Hosted Two Events with Sir Dermot Turing SDBRI Hosts Residents of Casa de Mañana Retirement Community as Part of the Institute’s Teach Science Initiative. San Diego Biomedical Researchers Find Ways to Predict the Duration of Partial Remission in Children Newly Diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes.  2nd Annual Spring Reception American Diabetes Association Uncovering Pathways to Insulin Resistance and Type 2 Diabetes

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