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August 15, 2011

High levels of fat shut down a key enzyme that promotes glucose sensing in pancreatic beta cells—revealing a pathway to diabetes.

July 19, 2011

Check out Quentin Hardy’s blog from Forbes Magazine entitled “Big Data’s People-Changing Machine.”

July 05, 2011

Dr. JoAnn Kuchera-Morin, creator and director of the AlloSphere at UC Santa Barbara, recently shared her thoughts on the promise of this 4D technology for medical research.

June 14, 2011

Click here to view the “Champions of Health Care” feature of Dr. Jamey Marth in the Pacific Coast Business Times.

May 18, 2011

A recent article in the Orlando Sentinel and the Los Angeles Times described nanomedicine as one of several technologies that will revolutionize medicine in the coming decade. Dr. Jamey Marth is highlighted in the article.

January 11, 2011

A group of Goleta city officials, led by Mayor Margaret Connell, toured the Center last week. Read about their experience in Noozhawk.

January 11, 2011

TED has earned a reputation as a meeting of the minds, where the brightest of the bright share their light with the curious, the cultured, and the cool. Biomedical researcher Dr. Jamey Marth, director of the Center for Nanomedicine took his place on TED’s elite roster on October 10 (or 10/10/10).




In case you’re not familiar with the TED phenomenon, it began as a convention showcasing speakers from the worlds of technology, entertainment and design. The 15-minute presentations, known as TED Talks, then took off on the web, reaching millions who could never have attended the convention. Topics range from “Are Mushrooms the New Plastic?” to “What Physics Taught Me About Marketing.” Talks have also included performances by world class musicians and demonstrations of jaw-dropping technology. TED Talks have become extremely popular on the internet, and TED has branched out to allow interested parties to present their own local events under the name TEDx.

TEDx American Riviera, as the Santa Barbara event is known, focused on imagination. Dr. Marth’s imagination has led him to develop nano-sized “smart devices” which diagnose, target, treat and cure disease before it can cause symptoms and spread. This technology could lead to revolutionary treatments for diabetes, Parkinson’s, and Alzheimer’s disease, to name a few.

August 19, 2010

Kristiina Vuori, M.D., Ph.D. was promoted to President of the Institute in April 2010. Learn more in this article from Voice of San Diego.

August 19, 2010

On May 21st, 2010, Dr. Jamey Marth, Director of the Center for Nanomedicine, was presented with the John Carbon Chair in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

August 18, 2010

On November 19th, 2009, Dr. Jamey Marth, Director of the Center for Nanomedicine, was presented with the Duncan and Suzanne Mellichamp Chair in Systems Biology.