Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute Aids Important COVID-19 Study, Gains Additional Federal Funding
Dr. Sarah Bowman on one way HWI is working to combat COVID-19.
Part of a series from researchers across the Northeast United States on the scientific efforts that are underway to address the current pandemic.
IMCA consortium to accelerate drug discovery welcomes new member Janssen.
HWI uses crystallization to search for COVID-19 answers.
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The virtual pop-up restaurant Cuisine de Laboratoire.
Join us for home cooking classes with your favorite local chefs and celebrities to support Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute, COVID-19 research, and research on other diseases that impact members of our community.
HWI helping build the next generation of scientists.
Dr. Darya Marchany Rivera is shown preparing for the collection of X-ray data at the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory.
Accurate identification of metals in proteins.
Many proteins contain metals. Accurate identification of these is a prerequisite to understanding the biological mechanism and curing disease. An international team co-led by Dr. Snell developed a sensitive method to accurately determine both the metal type and position using very small volumes of protein.
Dr. Diana Monteiro is working with an international collaboration of scientists from the University of Buffalo, Germany, and France to develop new tools allowing us and others to understand how life works.
HWI is a 73,000 square foot state-of-the-art research facility focused on Structural Biology. It is one of the founding members of the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus. Tours are unavailable during the COVID-19 pandemic but our scientists are working hard to reach a point where we overcome this. We hope to show the public how our research has helped to combat the virus and many diseases that impact us today.
HWI announces the re-appointment of three board members and the election of new board officers.
New Cryo-EM Center Director announced.
HWI names the director for the new Cryo-Electron Microscopy Center, Dr. Qiu-Xing Jiang.
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