The body’s immune system is immensely intricate. A new study released in the UK is causing a stir because of what it says about possible limits to our immunity to COVID-19. Dr. Alessandro Sette talks with The World’s Marco Werman about what the study’s results mean for the possibility of a strong coronavirus vaccine.
LA JOLLA—COVID-19 patients around the world are experiencing lasting cardiovascular issues, even after they’ve recovered from other symptoms. In fact,
“Over the years, we’ve figured out various ways to do good in the world.”
David Anderson was looking for ways to support research at La Jolla Institute for Immunology (LJI) long before the COVID-19
For Barbara Donnell, La Jolla Institute for Immunology (LJI) has always been a place for inspiration and collaboration. The San
Haoyang Li, Ph.D., is no stranger to quarantine. He was in high school in China when SARS came knocking. “My
The pace of research for La Jolla Institute for Immunology’s Coronavirus Task Force is intense. Samples come in, data come out. Some labs are running 24-7. LJI scientists have brought us closer to ending the pandemic. They’ve also missed months of family dinners and bedtime stories. Missed sleep. Missed the before days. This is the story—in the researchers’ own words—of how LJI’s dedicated scientists took on COVID-19.
LA JOLLA, CA—Latino Americans have been hit very hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. In fact, the U.S. Centers for Disease
LA JOLLA—As scientists around the world develop life-saving COVID-19 vaccines and therapies, many are still wondering exactly why the disease
Researchers tracking COVID-19 mortality early in the pandemic noticed that some countries had a significantly lower mortality rate than others.
LA JOLLA, CA—Ever since SARS-CoV-2 first appeared, researchers have been trying to understand whether sometimes the immune system does more