HudsonAlpha’s world-class scientists conduct genomic research, seeking the answers to the mysteries of disease in billions of base pairs of DNA. By using next-generation technologies, HudsonAlpha scientists are working toward improved diagnostics and development of personalized treatments and therapies, ultimately blazing a path toward prevention.
Current research areas include :
- Cancer (brain, breast, lung, ovarian, pancreatic, prostate)
- Psychiatric disorders (major depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia)
- Neurological disease (ALS, Parkinson, Alzheimer)
- Cardiovascular disease
"ALS has no cure. Unlike other major diseases such as cancer, there is no treatment. It it very wonderful to have HudsonAlpha doing research here and I am grateful to Jim Hudson and others for their roles in making this biotech institute possible."
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