February 15, 2016: The Washington Post quotes Dr. Freeze on the pros and cons of genome sequencing.
November 6, 2015: Dr. Freeze rebutts Ben Carson's comments on the effects of glyconutrients in the Delaware Liberal.
March 8, 2015: The San Diego Union Tribune publishes "When the doctor has no answers," a look into the challenges faced by those patients, loved ones, advocates and scientists attending the 2015 Sanford-Burnham Rare Disease Day Symposium, February 27-28, 2015.
February 6, 2015: Dr. Hudson Freeze is interviewed for Global Genes' podcast Rare Cast with Daniel Levine in a discussion titled, "Why Raising Awareness Matters in the Fight Against Rare Diseases."
November 24, 2014: Global Genes, one of the leading worldwide rare disease advocacy organizations, announces the appointment of Dr. Hudson Freeze to its Medical Scientific Advisory Board.
July 21, 2014: The New Yorker prints "One of a Kind: What do you do if your Child has a Condition New to Science?" by noted author Seth Mnookin, profiling the Might family's race to uncover and potentially treat their son Bertrand's NGLY1 deficiency.
June 19, 2014: The Might family are featured on the cover of Sanford-Burnham's quarterly publication Portal, in a feature titled, "Parental Might: How the Might Family is Changing the Way we Study Rare Childhood Diseases."
May 9, 2014: Dr. Hudson Freeze appears with hypophophatasia patient Morgan Fischer on the Roger Hedgecock Show to spread awareness of the disease and Human Genetics research at Sanford-Burnham.
April 23, 2014: An editorial penned by Dr. Freeze titled, "Federally Funded Research is Foundation for our Future," appears in the San Diego Union-Tribune.
April 9, 2014: SF Gate publishes the article "Families, doctors team up to solve mystery of missing enzyme," detailing the Wilsey family's collaborative interactions with doctors and scientists, including Dr. Freeze, to find answers for their daughter Grace, an NGLY1 deficiency patient.
March 20, 2014: CNN.com releases "Kids who don't cry: New genetic disorder dicovered," an extended look at the Wilsey and Might familes' journey towards diagnosis and treatment for their NGLY1-deficient children.
December 2013: ASBMB Today features Dr. Freeze on its cover with an article titled "A Good Ambassador," that highlights Dr. Freeze's contributions to science in recognition of his 2013 Golden Goose Award.
September 19, 2013: Dr. Freeze is honored as a 2013 Golden Goose Award recipient, "Golden Goose Awards Ceremony Honors Six Researchers – September 19, 2013."
May 10, 2013: Science Daily features the Freeze lab's insights into using exome sequencing as a diagnostic tool in an article titled, "A Cautionary Tale on Genome-Sequencing Diagnostics for Rare Diseases."
November 15, 2012: The Freeze lab was featured in The Salt Lake Tribune, in their article about Bertrand Might, CDG patient, titled, "Utah couple races to help son with unique genetic disorder."
April 18, 2012: Dr. Hudson Freeze was a guest on The Brian Britt Show, where he discussed rare diseases in children and genetic mapping. To download and listen to the podcast of his talk, please click here.
March 1, 2012: Mason Barto, CDG patient, is profiled on KPBS.org as part of Sanford-Burnham's 3rd Annual Rare Disease Day Symposium, in an article and video titled, "Discovered Gene for Rare Disorder May Save Boy's Life."