Field Trip: Science at TSRI
Bus loads of high school students arrived at TSRI this week for "X-Sci/2003," a program that highlights scientific research in progress and promotes careers in the biosciences.

Misfolding, Folding, and Insights from a WW Domain
"In order to completely understand misfolding, we have to understand how proteins that are folding properly work," says TSRI investigator Jeffery W. Kelly.

Luo Wins Inglenook Scholar-in-Training Award
TSRI Research Associate Yunping Luo has won an Inglenook Scholar-in-Training Award. The award will cover travel expenses to next month's Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research in Toronto, Canada, where Luo will present her paper, "A Transcription Factor Fos Related Antigen 1 is an Effective Target for a Breast Cancer Vaccine."

Of Translation and Basic Research:
An Interview with Hugh Rosen

Professor Hugh Rosen shares his thoughts on translational science—the application of basic science discoveries to the measurable enhancement of therapy—and describes his research program at TSRI.