Happy 3rd birthday to Beaker!

By Heather Buschman, Ph.D.
March 24, 2013

Beaker by the numbers:

Sanford-Burnham’s Beaker blog is 3 years old today!
On March 24, 2010, we published the very first blog post
Since then, we’ve published 538 posts – an average of one post every 2 days
19 regular and guest bloggers have contributed to Beaker
329,059 people have visited the site

Thank you to all of our readers! We look forward to connecting with you for many more years to come.

In the meantime, please enjoy some of our favorite posts (in no particular order):

Breathing new life into old medicines

3 common health conditions that are benefiting from rare disease research

Patients’ own skin cells are transformed into heart cells to create “disease in a dish”

Transplanted neural stem cells treat ALS in mouse model

Sanford-Burnham research projects selected to go to space

Wanted: patrons of science

Gather your bunkmates and get ready to Bring It!

Long-term investments in research pay off

Going for the Au

For brain tumors, origins matter

The zombies of cancer research

Meet Rebecca, Sanford-Burnham employee and obesity study participant

Close to the heart

Four ways patient advocates help drive research

What is “Disease in a Dish?”

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Heather Buschman, Ph.D.

Heather was an SBP Communications staff member.


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