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March 2019- Global Agenda "Genome Science, Editing Humanity's Future"

June 2018 - Mercury News “Treating genetic disease: Is a cure a cut away?"

May 2018 - The Allen Institute "A common platform for biology"(Video)

Podcast: Nerdette, WBEZ 2018, I have genetic disease and CRISPR might fix it

November 2017 - Juan featured in Spanish national TV

July 2017 - Bio-Rad Laboratores Aims to Create Genome Editing Tools Pipelie, Starting with ddPCR.

January 2017 - CRISPR Research Institute Expands into Agriculture, Microbiology.

December 2016 - Allen Institute Releases iPSC Cell lines with GFP-Tagged Structures for Cell Biology Research.

December 2016 - CRISPR study reveals unexpected roles of non-coding RNA's.

December 2016 - Tenaya Therapeutics Launches With the Goal of Curing Heart Disease.

October 2016 - Research on Rare Genetic Disease Reveals New Stem Cell Pathway.

CRISPR is Transforming Biomedical Research
September 1, 2016—CRISPR makes it possible to target, study, and hack DNA in the search for cures. These heart cells were created from stem cells and manipulated using CRISPRi.

Ligand-binding domains of nuclear receptors facilitate tight control of split CRISPR activity
July 11, 2016- Yuichiro Miyaoka, Steven Mayerl, and Bruce Conklin (GICD), together with colleagues from UCSF, published a new method to improve CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing technology in Nature Communications. The new technique helps scientists to better control Cas9 activity, potentially enabling them to regulate many genes simultaneously.

Miniaturized iPS-Cell-Derived Cardiac Muscles for Physiologically Relevant Drug Response Analyses
April 20th, 2016-Gladstone scientists have invented a new way to create micro heart muscle from stem cells using a unique dog bone dish. The three-dimensional tissue is ideal for disease modeling and drug testing.

Modified Form of CRISPR Acts as a Toggle Switch to Control Gene Expression in Stem Cells
March 10th, 2016-Bruce Conklin and Mo Mandegar manipulated the genome of stem cells using a modified form of CRISPR. The new method, called CRISPR interference (CRISPRi) is more precise and efficient than the original CRISPR-Cas9 system, and it offers the flexibility of reversing or controlling the amount of gene suppression.

Genome Editing Goes Hi-Fi
Feb. 9, 2014—Gladstone’s innovative technique in stem cells could boost scientists’ ability to study—and ultimately cure—genetic disease

Gladstone Scientist Inducted into the California Academy of Sciences
Oct. 11, 2011—The California Academy of Sciences today will induct Gladstone Institutes Senior Investigator Bruce Conklin, MD, as an Academy Fellow, bestowing yet another honor on one of San Francisco's most esteemed cardiovascular scientists.



Stem Cells and Medicine: Be Your Own Guinea Pig

Bruce Conklin: Drug Screening with Stem Cells

Stem Cells for Regenerative Medicine

Chat with an Academy Scientist

Drug Trials in a Dish

Better Drugs Through Stem Cells

Stem Cell-Derived Heart Cells: Bruce Conklin - CIRM Science Writer's Seminar