Jan 23, 2019 – In surprising reversal, scientists find a cellular process that stops cancer before it starts [click to view]

Nov 09, 2018 – Salk awarded $19.2 million by the American Heart Association-Allen Initiative to study Alzheimer’s and aging in the brain [click to view]

Sep 20, 2017 – The right way to repair DNA [click to view]

Dec 05, 2016 – The Goldilocks effect in aging research [click to view]

Jun 24, 2015 – Targeting telomeres, the timekeepers of cells, could improve chemotherapy [click to view]

May 20, 2014 – Salk’s Glenn Center for Aging Research receives an additional $3 million gift from the Glenn Foundation for Medical Research [click to view]

Jan 13, 2014 – Salk scientists identify factors that trigger ALT-ernative cancer cell growth [click to view]

Jul 11, 2013 – Critical pathway in cell cycle may lead to cancer development [click to view]

Dec 20, 2012 – Chromosome “anchors” organize DNA during cell division [click to view]

Aug 10, 2012 – Salk professors awarded chair appointments [click to view]

Mar 21, 2012 – Salk scientists open new window into how cancers override cellular growth controls [click to view]

Mar 11, 2012 – Sending out an SOS: How telomeres incriminate cells that can’t divide [click to view]

Apr 21, 2011 – A new ending to an old “tail” [click to view]

Apr 15, 2011 – Salk Institute promotes latest generation of extraordinary scientists [click to view]

Oct 03, 2010 – Ticking of a cellular clock promotes seismic changes in the chromatin landscape associated with aging [click to view]

Mar 11, 2008 – How worms protect their chromosomes: Thereby hangs a surprising tail [click to view]

Feb 05, 2007 – FISH-ing for links between cancer and aging [click to view]

Nov 16, 2006 – DNA repair teams’ motto: ‘To protect and serve’ [click to view]

Nov 22, 2005 – Normal chromosome ends elicit a limited DNA damage response [click to view]

Aug 05, 2005 – Tiny roundworm’s telomeres help scientists to tease apart different types of aging [click to view]

Dec 09, 2004 – Salk Scientists Provide Insight into Aging [click to view]