The Galindo Lab is discovery-oriented.
Rain or shine, day or night, in vitro, in vivo, in silico. We follow the science.
The advent of computers, the internet, new research technologies, particularly genomic sequencing, and large-scale data generation have collectively led to an exponentially expanding wealth of scientific repository files that are ‘ripe for the picking’. As a consequence, traditional research is being redefined and the lines between disciplines blurred, creating a rich landscape upon which to establish and nurture new scientific ideas.
The canonical single-question null hypothesis has for centuries been the fundamental principle of scientific research. But from whence does the initial idea come? How do we know which questions to ask? High through-put technologies are a radical means of fueling the imagination with novel avenues that can be immediately translated to the bench as a first step towards reaching the end user - the patient for whom these efforts were initiated.