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News and events

2015

Dr. Ron Davis is awarded $2 million to study the impact of aging and age-related disease on the inner workings of a single type of nerve cell.
December 2015 – TSRI News and Views

Dr. Kirill Martemyanov and Sr. Research Associate, Ikuo Masuho create “fingerprints” for major Drug Development Targets.
December 2015 – TSRI News and Views

Dr. Damon Page and research associate, Julien Sejourne identify potential target for individualized treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder.
October 2015 – TSRI News and Views

Dr. Kirill Martemyanov and research associate, Laurie Sutton discover morphine regulator may reduce pain-kill abuse risk. 
September 2015 – TSRI News and Views

Image created by the Page lab is selected as ‘Biomedical Picture of the Day’.
September 2015 – TSRI News and Views

The Courtney Miller lab makes strides in therapy preventing addiction relapse by erasing drug-associated memories.
August 2015 – TSRI News and Views

Scientists in the Page lab pinpoint mechanism for altered pattern of brain growth in Autism Spectrum Disorder.
July 2015 – TSRI News and Views

Dr. Ron Davis and research associates, Germain Busto and Tugba Guven-Ozkan found small RNAs play important roles in memory formation.
June 2015 - TSRI News and Views

Dr. Srinivasa Subramaniam and research associate, Supriya Swarnkar discover drug target for Huntington’s disease.
June 2015 - TSRI News and Views

Dr. Baoji Xu and research associate, Juanji An discover nerve cells play a unique roll in the body’s use of energy.
June 2015 - TSRI News and Views

Dr. Ron Davis and research associate, Jacob Berry paint a more complete picture of sleep and memory.
June 2015 - TSRI News and Views

Dr. Srinivasa Subramaniam awarded NIH grant to study protein linked to Parkinson’s Disease.
June 2015 – TSRI News and Views

Dr. Ron Davis and lab find a defect responsible for memory impairment aging.
March 2015 - Newswise

The Page lab found decreased aggressive behavior toward strangers in Autism Spectrum Disorder model.
February 2015 - AAAS

The Subramaniam lab discovers a key pathway that protects cells against death stress.
February 2015- newswise

CELLebrate Science Day at the Gardens Mall
January 2015 - Palm Beach Post

Dr. Gavin Rumbaugh and colleagues move closer to a personalized treatment solution for intellectual disability.
January 2015 - Newswise