Aug 17, 2021 – Benefits of time-restricted eating depend on age and sex [click to view]

Jul 21, 2021 – Salk Institute among cross-collaborative teams gifted $220 million by Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance [click to view]

Feb 25, 2021 – Salk Professors Satchin Panda and Tatyana Sharpee honored with endowed chairs [click to view]

Jun 29, 2020 – Salk researchers accelerate, expand COVID-19 research [click to view]

Dec 05, 2019 – Three types of cells help the brain tell day from night [click to view]

Dec 05, 2019 – Clinical study finds eating within a 10-hour window may help stave off diabetes, heart disease [click to view]

Oct 15, 2019 – Novel technique helps explain why bright light keeps us awake [click to view]

Nov 27, 2018 – Why screen time can disrupt sleep [click to view]

Aug 30, 2018 – Eating in 10-hour window can override disease-causing genetic defects, nurture health [click to view]

Jul 23, 2018 – Depleting microbiome with antibiotics can affect glucose metabolism [click to view]

Feb 14, 2018 – Salk and UC San Diego scientists receive $1.5 million to study firefighter health [click to view]

Feb 08, 2018 – Salk researchers discover how liver responds so quickly to food [click to view]

Feb 08, 2018 – Timing is everything, to our genes [click to view]

Jan 10, 2018 – Salk scientists curb growth of cancer cells by blocking access to key nutrients [click to view]

May 02, 2016 – Salk promotes four leading scientists in the fields of neuroscience, circadian rhythms and immunology [click to view]

Sep 24, 2015 – Mobile app records our erratic eating habits [click to view]

Dec 02, 2014 – Another case against the midnight snack [click to view]

Dec 02, 2014 – In a healthy gut, microbes wax and wane throughout the day [click to view]

Aug 13, 2014 – Single gene controls jet lag [click to view]

May 22, 2014 – Genes discovered linking circadian clock with eating schedule [click to view]

Aug 26, 2013 – Drug blocks light sensors in eye that may trigger migraine attacks [click to view]

Dec 10, 2012 – More than 3,000 epigenetic switches control daily liver cycles [click to view]

Aug 01, 2012 – Salk scientists discover molecular link between circadian clock disturbances and inflammatory diseases [click to view]

May 17, 2012 – Salk study may offer drug-free intervention to prevent obesity and diabetes [click to view]

Apr 05, 2012 – Salk scientists redraw the blueprint of the body’s biological clock [click to view]

Sep 29, 2011 – “Alarm clock” gene explains wake-up function of biological clock [click to view]

Apr 15, 2011 – Salk Institute promotes latest generation of extraordinary scientists [click to view]

Dec 07, 2010 – Melanopsin looks on the bright side of life [click to view]

Nov 24, 2009 – Feeding the clock [click to view]

Jun 11, 2008 – Perfect vision but blind to light [click to view]

Jun 29, 2006 – Salk Institute researcher named Pew Scholar [click to view]

Jan 27, 2005 – Human Biological Clock Sensor Uses Fly Eye ‘Technology’ [click to view]