Science can be so glamorous: Groundbreaking research with life-changing results!
And then there’s sorting frozen dog poop.
Members of the Hendricks Lab spent part of their holiday break in the basement freezer room at TGen cataloguing frozen boxes filled with tiny plastic tubes of canine blood, stomach contents and excrement.
- Posted Monday January 8, 2018
TGen researchers presented posters, hosted talks at world's largest neuroscience conference
- Posted Thursday November 16, 2017
New tgen.org features mobile-friendly layout, more video.
- Posted Tuesday November 7, 2017
Scientist rode 50-mile, 5,000-foot climb in honor of multiple myeloma patients.
- Posted Wednesday September 20, 2017
TGen Hosts First Open House for Staff, Faculty, Interns - Fun Ensues
- Posted Wednesday June 28, 2017
Volunteering as a judge makes a lasting impact on students
- Posted Tuesday March 14, 2017
Buy a Jr. Frosty coupon book for a $1 donation at participating Wendy's restaurants, while supplies last, and help cancer research at TGen.
- Posted Thursday February 23, 2017
From virtual reality to video production to bench-to-bedside medicine, the 10th class of Helios Scholars at TGen readies for the culmination of their summer internship.
- Posted Tuesday July 19, 2016
Student science fair winners must show translational application of their projects to benefit patients.
- Posted Tuesday May 24, 2016
The annual TGen Scientific Retreat gives our faculty a chance to strengthen their professional relationships and explore the diversity of our research. This year, Dr. Lynn Matrisian, Vice President for Scientific and Medical Affairs at the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, gave the keynote address for the retreat. Afterward, she hosted a free-wheeling question-and-answer session about her experiences as a pioneering woman in science.
- Posted Thursday November 5, 2015