Greetings from TSRI's President
TSRI President Richard A. Lerner takes a look at 2002, "another
extraordinary year in the history of the institute."
receives Nobel Prize from Sweden's king
Kurt Wüthrich, who is TSRI Cecil H. and Ida M. Green
Visiting Professor of Structural Biology and a member of TSRI's
Skaggs Institute for Chemical Biology, received the 2002 Nobel
Prize in Chemistry on December 10 from King Carl XIV Gustaf
responsible for resetting body's "clock" described
A group of scientists have demonstrated that the gene Opn4,
which codes for the protein Melanopsin, is the elusive pigment
gene that captures light and keeps your body tuned to a daily
paper from the Cravatt lab
According to the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI)
Essential Science Indicators, December's "fast breaking" paper
in pharmacology and toxicology was published by TSRI scientists.
the Season for Good Boundaries
TSRI's Jan Hill and Jeff Jones gave a timely Personal Skills
for Life and Work seminar entitled, "Boundaries: the Importance
of Limit Setting."
Floyd Bloom, chair of TSRI's Department of Neuropharmacology,
looks forward to the challenges that await neuroscientists
in the 21st century.
Activation and Cell Motility