News

ISB and Seattle Science Foundation Partner to Create Video Series

Seattle Science Foundation and ISB

What are multi-omics? Why does our microbiome matter? What’s the difference between genetics and genomics? What is a digital twin? ISB and Seattle Science Foundation have partnered to create videos answering questions like these and more, showcasing ISB scientists and their work.

We have created a playlist on our YouTube channel collecting all six videos in the series. Watch each video below, or open the playlist.

Digital Twins: Five Questions with Cory Funk

Multiomics: Five Questions with Tomasz Wilmanski

Genomics and Genetics: Five Questions with Isabelle Lucas-Beckett and Kathleen Jade

Sean Gibbons Explains the Microbiome

Systems Biology: Five Questions with Nitin Baliga

Immunology: Five Questions with Naeha Subramanian

Recent Articles

  • Autoimmune Disease and Pregnancy: ISB Study Challenges Prevailing Wisdom, Unveils Nuances

    An ISB-led study showed nuanced pregnancy outcomes for pregnant individuals with autoimmune disease. The findings reinforce that there isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach, and provides important new avenues for further investigation.

  • ISB Building at dusk

    2023 Year in Review

    Throughout 2023, ISB research has been published in impactful peer-reviewed journals and our scientists have been featured in major media outlets and popular podcasts. In this 2023 Year in Review, we showcase some of our most important and interesting highlights of the year.

  • Lifestyle coaching improves cognitive decline in Alzheimer's disease trial.

    Personalized Coaching Decreases Cognitive Decline in Early-Stage Alzheimer’s Disease Patients

    Supplementing the standard of treatment for Alzheimer’s disease patients with personalized lifestyle coaching leads to less cognitive decline compared to standard of treatment alone, according to an ISB-led two-year study. The results were published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.