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Brian D. Adams, PhD

Brian D. Adams, PhD

New Haven, CT

Yale University; University of Scranton

Research Faculty / Instructor

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Published on Dec 07, 2017

Hello all thank you so much for your patience!

Hello all thank you so much for your patience!Over the past month we have been quite busy. While our academic partners are on holiday break, we have still gone ahead and moved forward. All donated...

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Published on Nov 05, 2017

We did it!

Thank you to all of our supporters. Because of you we have a fully funded project. Over the next few weeks there will be updates to this page highlighting where we our with our project, and what a...

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Published on Oct 24, 2017

Almost there!

It's the final funding week.Thank you so much for all of your support. we are almost 75% funded. we just need to make that final push to get to 100%!!!I know we can do this. Let's make a differen...

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Published on Oct 17, 2017

Back to the Brain

So I must admit, I am not the biggest expert in the Brain arena, especially when it comes to brain development. So in doing some research on my own series of projects I read up on this pretty cool ...

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Published on Oct 15, 2017

Funding update

Hello all! Thank you so much for all of your support so far.This project is funded up to 70/71% !!!! please continue to make small donations and contributions where you can. There is only ~13 days ...

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Published on Oct 13, 2017

RNA Part 2

I know lab discussions are supposed to be about the project we are running. However, I read this pretty cool paper in Science Advances the other day, and it tells us something about how rapid the m...

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Published on Oct 11, 2017

What is RNA? and Why do we care?

RNA is an abbreviation for ribonucleic acid, and is essentially genetic material that is a copy of information stored in the nucleus of a cell as DNA. For years scientists new RNA was a carrier of ...

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Published on Oct 06, 2017

Why Crowdfunding?

Throughout most of my scientific career, I have seen many careers go by the wayside due to poor funding within our academic institutions. When I started my Institute I knew it would be a monumental...

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Published on Oct 03, 2017

Earlier this week we received a number of donations that funded our experiment up to 66-68%. Great job, and thanks!

Earlier this week we received a number of donations that funded our experiment up to 66-68%. Great job, and thanks!We are asking everyone now more than ever to donate a few dollars to support our c...

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Published on Sep 28, 2017

Funding Update #2

Earlier this week we received a number of donations that funded our experiment up to 33-34%. Great job, and thanks!We are asking everyone now more than ever to donate a few dollars to support our c...

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Published on Sep 25, 2017

The Institute is now BBB Certified

I decided that the Institute needed to stand on its own as a verified biomedical facility able to produce really good science. While we are currently working through a number of academic partners, ...

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Published on Sep 22, 2017

What is the deal with GBM, and why is it so difficult to detect?

Glioblastoma accounts for a majority of the brain cancer types in adults, yet only 10% of patients survive beyond 5yrs. Why is that? Genetic complexity and late detection. Let's face it, it is har...

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Oct 25, 2017
Targeting the Rest of Your Genome to Detect Glioblastoma
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thank you for your support! please send along to others and help our cause.! If you can get 10 people to donate 5-10 dollars, you will get a free bracelet
Oct 23, 2017
Targeting the Rest of Your Genome to Detect Glioblastoma
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Hi Matteo, I will surely do so. Follow the lab notes for project status updates. When the project goes live then the discussion board will open Thank you again And spread the word!
Oct 01, 2017
Targeting the Rest of Your Genome to Detect Glioblastoma
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Discussion Board will be available soon
Sep 17, 2017
Targeting the Rest of Your Genome to Detect Glioblastoma
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Questions?
Sep 17, 2017
Targeting the Rest of Your Genome to Detect Glioblastoma
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Creating a project to uncover the role of some noncoding RNAs in Breast and brain cancer. has anyone attempted this type of project on this website?
Feb 23, 2017
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