Team Solves Structure of Important Tumor Growth ProteinA
Target for Cancer Therapy
A team of scientists at TSRI has solved a structure
of a protein that is crucial for cancer tumor growth, providing
a roadmap for the development of future anti-cancer therapeutics.
wins Paul Janssen Award
TSRI Professor Dale Boger has won the Paul Janssen Award for
Creativity in Organic Synthesis, a prize given on a biannual
basis at the Belgian Organic Synthesis Symposium to a chemist
under the age of 50 who has made a significant contribution
to the field of organic synthesis in the broadest sense.
wins Earl P. Benditt Award
Professor Mark H. Ginsberg has won the 2003 Earl
P. Benditt Research Career Award from the North American Vascular
Biology Organization (NAVBO) for his seminal work on platelet
receptor function and integrin biology.
Runyon Fellowship Awarded to TSRI Postdoc
Research Associate Sean Ryder of the Williamson lab has been
awarded a Damon Runyon Postdoctoral Fellowship, a three-year
award made to outstanding young scientists conducting theoretical
and experimental research that is relevant to the study of
Are They Now? Alumnus Jay Chiang
Whatever happened to self-described "nontraditional student"