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Bree Yanagisawa

Bree Yanagisawa
Bree Yanagisawa was an intern at ASBMB Today when she wrote this story. She is a Ph.D. candidate in pathobiology at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Follow her on Twitter.

Articles by Bree Yanagisawa

Great hope for immunotherapy
Feature

Great hope for immunotherapy

8/1/2016
Immunotherapy has become a darling of cancer research and funders because it has the potential to be a broadly used and durable treatment.
Focus on the gap year
Education

STEM-focused gap years

8/1/2016
We wondered how stepping off the road of higher education influenced people's careers and outlook on life. Find out what our essayists had to say.
A new test for diagnosing Niemann–Pick disease
News

A new test for diagnosing Niemann–Pick disease

6/1/2016
A promising new diagnostic test for Niemann–Pick disease could replace a skin biopsy with a noninvasive assay that produces results within a day.
The taxi driver's book
Feature

The taxi driver's book

6/1/2016
In ASBMB Today's first immersive cover story, which includes an audio feature, Scottish cabbie Davie Douglas explains how he amassed a veritable history of science in signatures.
An artist named Crick
Art

An artist named Crick

5/1/2016
Kindra Crick is an artist with a biochemistry background and a famous forebear, who recently began fusing art and science in her sculptural work and paintings.
Haynes' investigations of mitochondrial stress response put him on an 'upward trajectory'
Award

Haynes' investigations of mitochondrial stress response put him on an upward trajectory

3/1/2016
Cole Haynes at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center won the 2016 ASBMB Young Investigator Award. Haynes' work has had a substantial impact on the understanding of the unfolded protein response.
Exiting the hobbit hole
Coordinates

Exiting the hobbit hole

1/1/2016
Bree Yanagisawa writes about the issues she had to confront with each move in her career journey.