In the news June 17, 2020

BIO Digital International Convention 2020

SRI leaders highlighted SRI's novel platforms that are solving drug discovery & development challenges.

...virtually, along with information about partnership opportunities. Check out our virtual presentation from the conference to hear SRI Biosciences President Ian Colrain, Senior Director of Macromolecular Sciences Kathlynn Brown, Chief...

Article April 17, 2020

Speech‐based markers for posttraumatic stress disorder in US veterans

Background: The diagnosis of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is usually based on clinical interviews or self‐report measures. Both approaches are subject to underand over‐reporting of symptoms. An objective test is lacking. We have developed a classifier of PTSD based on…

Article April 1, 2020

Disturbed Cerebellar Growth Trajectories in Adolescents Who Initiate Alcohol Drinking

Background: The cerebellum is a target of alcoholism-related brain damage in adults, yet no study has prospectively tracked deviations from normal cerebellar growth trajectories in adolescents before and after initiating drinking. Methods: Magnetic resonance imaging tracked developmental volume trajectories of 10 cerebellar…

Tech Report March 27, 2020

Implementing Health Pathways: Resource Considerations

The Oakland Health Pathways Project (OHPP) is a joint initiative of the Oakland Unified School District (OUSD), the Alameda Health System, and the Alameda County Health Care Services Agency. The initiative is designed to improve educational and long-term employment outcomes…

Story November 8, 2019


...has its origin in an ARPA (Advanced Research Projects Agency) funded project, developed fifty years ago under the supervision of visionaries like Bob Taylor and Lawrence Roberts. In the Spring...

Story September 11, 2019

Tech history: the story behind Stanford’s satellite dish hiking trail in Palo Alto

...of The SRI Journal features a luring headline: “SRI Volunteers Use ‘Big Dish’ to Save Scientific Space Satellite.” A team of scientists led by Robert Leonard, Director of the SRI...


Chin-Ying (Keen) Chung

Keen Chung, Ph.D., has research interests including unraveling the biological roles of the integrin αvβ6 receptor in cancer and exploiting it for drug delivery. His current efforts focus on identifying...


Doug Bercow

...where he focused on corporate venture investment and research laboratory spinouts. Bercow received an MBA from Stanford University and a B.S. degree in applied mathematics and economics from Brown University....


Anushka Goonawardena

...the laboratory of Dr. Robert Hampson, where he investigated the effects of ‘endocannabinoids’ on different memory processes and sleep in conjunction with in vivo electrophysiological recordings (i.e. single-unit/EEG). Goonawardena received...


Kathlynn Brown

...of high-affinity peptides that target a variety of different cell types. Brown has co-authored numerous peer-reviewed papers, three reviews, and one book chapter in this area. Brown’s research team is...


Curtis Allred cancer biology and moved to SRI in 2014 with Kathlynn Brown. His current project involves identifying the receptors for cancer-targeting peptides, as well as assessing the drug delivery capabilities...


Michael McGuire

...Brown’s group at UT Southwestern. There, he used phage display biopanning to isolate novel peptide ligands that bind specific cell types and are internalized by those cells. As a member...

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