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RAPID RESPONSE TO COVID-19

UW Medicine researchers and clinicians are rising to the challenge of COVID-19 and playing a central role in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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In Good Company

A researcher gives back to the institute that helped launch her biotech startup.

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The Right Tools

A California-based foundation invests in next-gen protein technology.

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Beating Superbugs

Using protein structures to address antibiotic-resistant bacteria and other sources of infection.

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Influential Scientists: David Baker

David Baker, named by Thomson Reuters as one of the world’s most influential scientists, talks about his work at the Institute for Protein Design, and why it’s important to create new proteins.

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Una Nattermann: Accelerating Nanomaterials

I became fascinated with protein structure while doing research on amyloid proteins as an undergraduate. Now, at the Institute for Protein Design (IPD), I am computationally designing new self-assembling biomaterials. These nanomaterials could be useful for health-related, energy and environmental applications. Every week, I am inspired by the ongoing research at the IPD. If you appreciate looking […]

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UW Discoveries: Protein Design

University of Washington researchers are leading the worldwide charge in a virtually new field: protein design. Proteins are the workhorses of life, and designed proteins have the potential to address challenges that span from medicine and diagnostics to technology and clean energy.

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A Remedy for Celiac

Seattle musician Camille Bloom has celiac disease. She and over 3 million other Americans can’t eat anything that contains even a trace of gluten; (no donuts, no bread, no crackers, no pizza) without suffering from severe intestinal problems. But thanks to a tenacious researcher at UW Medicine, help is on the way! In this episode, […]

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