BBI Grants

Q&A with Dr. Marion Pepper on the Seattle Hub for Synthetic Biology

January 05, 2024 | by BBI Communications

On December 7, the UW, the Allen Institute, and the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative announced the launch of the Seattle Hub for Synthetic Biology. Among the UW Medicine researchers leading the project is Dr. Marion Pepper. Here are some of Pepper’s initial observations about the project

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BBI & UW Medicine Launch ‘New Age of Experimentation’ with Allen Institute and Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

December 07, 2023 | by UW Medicine

‘Potential to transform how scientists study the role of cells and genes in human health by providing unprecedented clarity into how biological events unfold over time’

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BBI Grant Leads to NIH Funding Enabling Dr. Taran Gujral to Study FLC, and Other Rare Cancers

October 30, 2023 | by BBI Communications

‘One should never have preconceived notions in cancer research’

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Scientists generate first single-cell ‘atlas’ of primate brain to help explore links between molecules, cells, brain function, and disease

October 12, 2023 | by Joe Caspermeyer, Assistant Director, Science Communications, Arizona State University

More than 4 million cells profiled to make largest atlas to date to help explore the evolution of the human brain and new targets for disease and treatments

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Dr. Andrew Stergachis Explains BBI’s New Clinical Variant Database

September 21, 2023 | by BBI Communications

With a five-year, $4.7 million grant from the National Human Genome Institute, Dr. Andrew Stergachis and BBI have created a clinical genetic variant database.

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NIH Awards BBI $4.7 Million Grant to Expand Clinical Use of Variant Data

June 28, 2023 | by BBI Communications

BBI has been awarded a new five-year, $4.7 million grant to identify the clinical utility of large-scale functional data and how best to translate them so physicians can incorporate that data into their clinical practices.

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SpotSeq: A New Non-Invasive Test to Diagnose Genetic ‘Hotspots’ in Pediatric Vascular Malformations

December 01, 2022 | by BBI Communications

‘Advancing genetic diagnoses of children through the analysis of blood, rather than tissue’

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