The findings from the Ollmann Saphire lab could lead to future treatments that bind to a vulnerable site common to many viruses.
A study from the Page lab found mouse models of autism showed decreased aggressive behavior toward strangers and, instead, engage in more repetitive behavior.
The research, led by Associate Professor Sergio Catz, could eventually lead to new drug treatments for reducing or preventing kidney damage in cystinosis patients.
The findings from the Loring lab show that certain stem cell culture methods are associated with increased DNA mutations.
The February 5 event was the first event organized by TSRI’s Female Faculty Group.