This is the TGen blog, where you can take a peek inside our laboratories and learn how our research is helping patients every day.

From the Center for Rare Childhood Disorders serving the youngest patients and their families to our innovative Alzheimer's research, our occasional posts will share the triumphs and challenges that our scientists face as they explore the human genome to find answers for the most complex and puzzling medical conditions of our time.

TGen researchers investigate cancer, neurological disorders, metabolic disorders and pathogens with the purpose of delivering answers to the patient's bedside as quickly as possible. This is precision medicine at its finest.

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We Put The Fun In Family Day

TGen Hosts First Open House for Staff, Faculty, Interns - Fun Ensues
Written by Stacy Bertinelli at 13:00

Wanted: Awesome People to Judge Arizona Science & Engineering Fair

Volunteering as a judge makes a lasting impact on students
Written by Julie Euber at 00:00

Intern bridges TGen, ASU labs, presents poster at Neuroscience 2015

Helios alumna Marketta Kachemov presents findings on chronic stress and recovery at the prestigious Neuroscience 2015 conference, October 17-21, in Chicago.
Written by Stacy Bertinelli at 15:00

Helios Alumnae attend Women in Tech Celebration

Alexandra Nazareno and Divya Mahendra represent ASU Engineering at the Grace Hopper Women in Computing Celebration, October 14-16 in Houston.
Written by Stacy Bertinelli at 16:35

STEM Teachers Get Schooled at TGen This Summer

Five STEM teachers from Saguaro High School came to TGen, July 7-9, for the Excellence in Bioscience Teacher Initiative pilot project, funded by the Scottsdale Unified School District Foundation.
Written by Stacy Bertinelli at 00:00

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