The CNPRC is a national resource to furthering scientific discovery, using biomedical research to find exciting new breakthroughs in health and science, solving problems, and helping to improve the quality of people and animals’ lives. On this page you will find information to assist you in understanding the value of CNPRC scientific achievements and activities, and the progress and translational benefits in CNPRC biomedical research.

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Antibiotic Exposure During Infancy Remodels Immune Response to Respiratory Pathogens

June 16th, 2022|Comments Off on Antibiotic Exposure During Infancy Remodels Immune Response to Respiratory Pathogens

Antibiotic Exposure During Infancy Remodels Immune Response to Respiratory Pathogens Infants are commonly exposed to and treated with antibiotics during the birthing process. However, new research in nonhuman primates may change the way [...]

Can early life exposure to wildfire smoke alter our genes?

February 8th, 2022|Comments Off on Can early life exposure to wildfire smoke alter our genes?

Can Early Life Exposure to Wildfire Smoke Alter Our Genes? Early life wildfire smoke exposure led to long-term changes in genes impacting nervous and immune systems in rhesus macaques, according to [...]

Antibody Treatment Prevents Inflammation in Lungs, Nervous System in Macaques With SARS-CoV-2

November 3rd, 2021|Comments Off on Antibody Treatment Prevents Inflammation in Lungs, Nervous System in Macaques With SARS-CoV-2

Antibody Treatment Prevents Inflammation in Lungs, Nervous System in Macaques With SARS-CoV-2 by Andy Fell Monoclonal antibodies protected aged, diabetic rhesus macaque monkeys from disease due to SARS-CoV-2 and reduced signs of [...]

CNPRC Scientist Hartigan-O’Connor Awarded Funding to Optimize Vaccines for Most Susceptible Populations

July 6th, 2020|Comments Off on CNPRC Scientist Hartigan-O’Connor Awarded Funding to Optimize Vaccines for Most Susceptible Populations

Dennis Hartigan-O'Connor, M.D., Ph.D. As scientists rush to find a vaccine for COVID-19, CNPRC core scientist, Dennis Hartigan-O’Connor, M.D., Ph.D is working to optimize vaccine technologies to protect high-risk populations. The University [...]

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