• VOL 14. ISSUE 34
    November 17, 2014

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The Backwards Brain? Study Shows How Brain Maps Develop to Help Us Perceive the World
Catalyst-Where-You-Want-It Method Expands Possibilities for New Drug Development
Scientists Unveil New Targets and Test to Develop Treatments for Memory Disorders
Snapshot: Staff Counselor Diana Bull

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The Backwards Brain? Study Shows How Brain Maps Develop to Help Us Perceive the World

The research from the Cline lab could have implications for treating sensory processing disorders such as autism and offers possibilities for retraining the brain, for instance after stroke.

Catalyst-Where-You-Want-It Method Expands Possibilities for New Drug Development

The new method from the Yu lab overcomes a major limitation of previous methods for creating and modifying organic compounds.

Scientists Unveil New Targets and Test to Develop Treatments for Memory Disorders

Two studies from the Puthanveettil lab could lead to new approaches to diseases facing a rapidly aging world population, such as Alzheimer’s and Huntington’s diseases and dementia.

Snapshot: Staff Counselor Diana Bull

Meet Diana Bull, who joined Scripps California in June.

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