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Brian O'Flynn, PhD

Brian O'Flynn, PhD

Scientific Writer

Brian O’Flynn, PhD, is a Scientific Writer in the Strategic Communications, Education and Outreach Department at St. Jude.

Stories by Brian O'Flynn

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St. Jude On Covid graphic
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Why are we still studying COVID-19?

Brian O'Flynn, PhD

Learn about the driving forces behind ongoing COVID-19 research

RSV graphic
RSV graphic
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Pulling the curtain back on the RSV window of vulnerability

Brian O'Flynn, PhD

Researchers look to mothers for solution to RSV

Leukemia and Down Syndrome illustration
Leukemia and Down Syndrome illustration
Research

Consortium on leukemia in children with Down syndrome offers energy and optimism

Brian O'Flynn, PhD

Leukemia in children with Down syndrome addressed at St. Jude as international consortium meets

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Paul Taylor, et al
Research

Preventing neurodevelopmental disorders through genetic compensation

Brian O'Flynn, PhD

See how a gene family is implicated in the cause and rescue of neurodegenerative disease

Developmental origins
Developmental origins
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St. Jude scientists answer the question ‘when does cancer start?’

Brian O'Flynn, PhD

Explore the importance of understanding the origins of disease.

Nuclear receptor DNA
Nuclear receptor DNA
Research

Electrical engineering sparks discovery in how human nuclear receptors bind to DNA

Brian O'Flynn, PhD

See how nuclear receptors selectively bind to DNA.

Yurika Matsui, PhD, Jamy Peng, PhD, Beisi Xu, PhD,
Yurika Matsui, PhD, Jamy Peng, PhD, Beisi Xu, PhD,
Research

The life and death of cells in early brain development

Brian O'Flynn, PhD

Explore St. Jude research on neural cell life or death during brain development.

Spatial Omics
Spatial Omics
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Spatial omics takes off

Brian O'Flynn, PhD

Discover the power of understanding the spatial arrangement of cells in tumors.

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St. Jude on Modifying Transcription
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The road to drugging the undruggable

Brian O'Flynn, PhD

Explore research in the Shelat lab to drug the undruggable.

Protein Science cover
Protein Science cover
Research

It’s the little things that count – so let’s count the little things

Brian O'Flynn, PhD

Scientists in the Fischer lab are developing tools to explore new aspects of protein structure and function.