HIV-infected T cell: NIAID image.

HIV-infected cell (NIAID image)

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Dec. 18, 2022: New drug, N-803, may be beneficial in treating HIV.

Dec. 14, 2022: Discovery points toward new treatments for ovariectomized women

Sept. 26, 2022: Congratulations to our Cool Science Image Contest image winners from Marina Emborg’s lab at the WNPRC!

Sept. 26, 2022: These scientists traced a new coronavirus lineage to one office — through sewage

Aug. 29, 2022: Toni Ziegler wins 2022 ASP Distinguished Primatologist Award

Aug 22, 2022: UW researchers discover orangutan genome mix-ups that could affect zoo animals

July 29, 2022: Grandparents University at the Stem Cell Learning Lab

July 18, 2022: Ceramides are early responders in metabolic syndrome development

June 23, 2022: Mother Jones Magazine on the shortage of monkeys for research and the state of nonhuman primate biomedical research

May 19, 2022: Thomas Friedrich wins Kellett Mid-Career Award.

May 3, 2022: Osorio to lead UW Global Health Institute (Osorio is a a member of the WNPRC’s Global Infectious Disease Scientific Working Group who has collaborated with us on the development of an effective tetravalent dengue virus vaccine, as well as advancing animal models for understanding Zika virus infection.

May 2, 2022: Congratulations to our Spring student awardees!

April 11, 2022: Four UW–Madison students awarded prestigious 2022 Goldwater Scholarships: Congratulations to Samuel Neuman in Marina Emborg’s Preclinical Parkinson’s Research Program and to all the winners!

March 31, 2022: Researchers identify sustainable source of immunodeficiency virus-resistant immune cells

March 30, 2022: A new potential therapy for HIV infection

March 16, 2022: New method improves success of transplanted kidneys

March 3, 2022: A science trailblazer retires: Stem cell researcher James Thomson’s legacy changed the future of biology

Feb. 18, 2022: Dr. Marina Emborg elected to the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering College of Fellows.

Jan. 28, 2022: A new monkey model for studying Alzheimer’s disease

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