In the Media

Sticky Bacterial Biofilms Dissolve on Contact with Sugar-Cutting Enzymes.Scientific American. By D. Crow 8/1/2016.  Read it here.

Beleaguered phage therapy trial presses on.  Science.  By K. Servick – ‎6/24/2016.  Read it here.

Hacking a Bacteriophage’s Genome May Lead to a Cystic Fibrosis Treatment.NOVA Next – PBS.org. By D. Crow. 12/17/2015.  Read it here.

This discovery could lead to new lifesaving treatments for cystic fibrosis.Inverse.com, By Jacqueline Ronson. 11/11/2015.  Read it here.

Bacteria and bacteriophages collude in the formation of clinically frustrating biofilms. In Phys.org. by B. Goldman 11/12/2015.  Read it here.

Diabetes’ dawn of discovery: Why recent changes are fueling new interest. San Francisco Business Times. 10/16/2015 by Ron Leuty.  Read it here.

Drug Prescribed For Gallstone-Related Spasms May Prevent Type 1 Diabetes.Tech Times. By Julienne Roman. 09/17/2015. Read it here. 

New pill prevents type 1 diabetes in mice, study finds. Science Alerts. By B. Crew. 09/16/2015. Read it here.

This pill prevents type 1 diabetes from developing in mice. The Verge. By L. Grush.09/14/2015. Read it here. 

Drug prevents Type 1 diabetes in mice. Stanford Medical Center Report. By B. Goldman. 9/14/2015.  Read it here. 

Diabetes points Stanford scientists toward old gallstone drug. In San Francisco Business Times. By Ron Leuty. 09/14/2015. Read it here.