An Early Start for Students
Although it's only mid-August, graduate students in the 2004 entering class are well into their first semester.

The Summer in Photos, 2004
Science, students, symposiums, sunshine.

Koob Wins NIAAA’s Keller Award
Professor George Koob has won the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism's Mark Keller Award. This award is given annually to "an outstanding alcohol researcher who has made significant and long-term contributions to our understanding of how alcohol affects the body and mind, how we can prevent and treat alcohol abuse and alcoholism, and how today's scientific advancements can provide hope for tomorrow."


Scripps Florida Introduces Innovative Programs and Recruits World-Class Scientists
"Scripps Florida's scientific programs are uniquely geared to answer some of the most important questions in biology and medicine," says Scripps Research President Richard A. Lerner.