Trifecta Artist + Scientist Interview: Gerald Shadel and Einar de la Torre

September 25, 2021 – January 16, 2022

Trifecta: Art, Science, Patron
Local artists and Salk Institute scientists collaborate in this interdisciplinary project that was inspired by the visionary gift of the Jacobs family. The Joan Klein and Irwin Mark Jacobs Senior Scientist Endowed Chair Challenge began in 2008 to encourage donors to establish endowed chairs in support of Salk scientists for their outstanding contributions to biological research.

Mitochondrial Stress Signaling in Disease, Aging and Immunity

March 29, 2021

Dr. Shadel is a Professor, Molecular and Cell Biology Lab, Salk Institute for Biological Studies.

Host: Anju Sreelatha, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Physiology, UT Southwestern Medical Center

The “Age” of  Mitochondria

February 18, 2020

Back to Basics Lecture series at the Salk Institute with Salk Professor, Gerald Shadel. Shadel is a professor in the Molecular and Cell Biology Laboratory and holds the Audrey Geisel Chair in Biomedical Science.

A Mouse Model for Mitochondrial Deafness

February 1, 2012

Why do mitochondrial diseases often affect very specific tissues, such as cells in the inner ear? Gerald Shadel’s mouse model reveals how mitochondrial stress leads to hearing loss.