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Chemists Achieve New Technique with Profound Implications for Drug Development

The method from the Yu lab expands options for making pure batches of “one-handed” molecules.

New Studies Bring Scientists Closer to Combating Dangerous Unstable Proteins

The results from the Wiseman lab point to new therapies for systemic amyloid diseases, which damage the heart, kidney and digestive tract.

Revealing Protein Flexibility: The Griffin Lab Advances HDX Technology

Professor Pat Griffin and his Scripps Florida colleagues Bruce Pascal and Devrishi Goswami are pioneering a technology that sheds light on drug development targets.

Joseph Kissil Named Scripps Florida 2014 Outstanding Mentor

The Outstanding Mentor Award celebrates principal investigators who demonstrate accessibility, supportiveness, propensity for providing constructive criticism and concern for mentees’ careers.

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