Science changes everything.
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Changing the world begins with changing individual lives.
From the smallest moments each day to transformational moments that alter the course of our life, science changes our experience. It’s ever-present. It’s the foundation for human progress and the key to solving many of humanity’s biggest problems.
For nearly a century, Scripps Research has led the way in scientific innovation. We’ve reshaped basic research, transformed translational medicine and accelerated drug discovery. Our global impact can be felt in the personal stories of lives changed by science and stories of science changing our collective future.
Because science changes everything.
Scripps Research merges biology and chemistry with genomics and informatics to speed discoveries into new medicines. We’re transforming human health.
We address physiological changes in the brain, helping prevent relapse.
Scripps Research has answers for an aging population.
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
Getting to the root cause is getting patients moving again.
We find ways to help bodies make peace with themselves.
Our deep expertise in cancer biology is unraveling its mysteries.
We’re creating innovative diagnostics and therapeutics to keep hearts beating.
We direct our attention and expertise towards this most urgent global health need.
Diabetes & Obesity
To address this epidemic, we mine science, genomics and technology.
The mechanisms behind this genetic disorder are under close investigation.
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Our world-class scientists take a multi-dimensional approach to MS.
Scripps Research is turning the tables on pathogens.
Pioneering medicine is changing the course of osteoarthritis.
We turn knowledge into power for patients with Parkinson’s.
“No treatment” is not an option at Scripps Research.
Our novel therapeutic saves the lives of premature infants.
In a connected world, individual health depends on global health.