The Lundquist Institute Now Working on a Vaccine for the Urgent Fungal Threat o…
March 23, 2023
CDC says Candida auris is spreading at an alarming rate throughout health care facilities in the U.S. and is resistant to several antifungal drugs
2022 Lundquist Legends Scott Filler, MD, and Darrell Harrington, MD, Honored fo…
December 13, 2022
Dr. Filler feted for his research on fungal infections and vaccines while Dr. Harrington celebrated for his work in internal medicine and treating venous thromboembolism (VTE)
Reach Magazine, Fall 2022
Saving Lives One Breath at a Time
Matt Budoff on Why Our Hearts Need a Mammogram; Eiji Yoshihara on Stem Cell Therapy for Diabetes; Meet Our Scientists, Meet the Board, and much more.
Lundquist Institute Investigator Dr. Matt Budoff Receives $1 Million Gift from …
November 22, 2022
The Gift Will be Used to Study the Effects of the Anti-Inflammatory Colchicine in People with Coronary Artery Disease
Lundquist Institute Investigator Dr. Eric Daar and Research Team Find That HIV …
November 17, 2022
Findings Published in The Lancet Ebiomedicine Demonstratethe Positive Effect of State-of-the-Art Ingestible Sensor for HIV Therapeutics
The Lundquist Institute Receives $1.5 Million Gift from Farima and Joseph Czyzy…
October 27, 2022
The Diagnostic and Wellness Center will be Renamed the Farima Czyzyk Center for Cardiac Research and Wellness
Lundquist Institute PhD Students Ashley Barbarino and Abdullah Alqarihi Receive…
Ashley Barbarino and Abdullah Alqarihi Honored
This highly prestigious ASM fellowship supports doctoral graduate students interested in the microbial sciences and who seek mentorship in navigating their career trajectory.
News & Updates from Lundquist Investigators
May 3, 2022
At The Lundquist Institute, our investigators and researchers work at the cutting edge of discovery. To highlight and showcase their work, we are launching a new site called Investigator News. Learn more here.
Celebrating Innovations Past, Present, and Future: 70 Years at The Lundquist In…
March 30, 2022
View our video celebrating 70 years of groundbreaking discoveries at The Lundquist Institute for Biomedical Innovation.
New Lundquist Brochure Tells Our Story
70 Years of History
The Lundquist Institute is an engine of innovation with a global reach and a 70-year reputation of improving and saving lives. We are working at the very edge of discovery and innovation. Here is our story.
Lundquist Institute Launches Little Einsteins Program
Jody Spillane Spearheads New Program to Introduce Elementary School Students to Science
The Lundquist Institute today has launched an exciting new program that introduces elementary public-school students to science.
Education and Training Opportunities
February 23, 2022
As part of its continuing educational outreach efforts, The Lundquist Institute provides training opportunities for students (high school, undergraduate, graduate) seeking an experience in medical research or administration.
The Lundquist “Impositive” Float Will Be in the 2022 Rose Parade
December 6 2021
The Lundquist Institute will have a float in the 2022 Rose Parade called “Impositive” to celebrate its 70th Anniversary.
The Institute's Rapid Response to the the Pandemic Vaccine Roundtable
Lundquist Legend: Dr. K.R. Tanaka | Meet Our Scientist: Lynda Polgreen, MD | Repairing A Damaged Brain
Prestigious $5 Million CIRM Scholar Research Training Award Received
September 24, 2021
Received a generous $5 million, 5-year grant from the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) that will allow its PhD students, postdoctoral fellows and clinical fellows to pursue careers in …
BioLabs LA at The Lundquist Institute Reaches 100% Capacity
The Institute's incubator now houses 30 start-ups
This critical milestone demonstrates the strong demand for entrepreneurial startup opportunities in the bioscience sphere in Los Angeles.
Lundquist Investigators Contribute to Global Genomic Research Study
Study Expands Genomic Research Into Diverse, Different Ancestries
Studies included data on Hispanics, African-Americans and East Asians.