Vol 3. Issue 36 / November 22, 2004

Palm Beach Resident Marjorie Fink Gives $1 Million to Scripps Research - "We are enormously grateful for Majorie's generosity and foresight," says Scripps Research President Richard A. Lerner.

Mother Raises More Than $300,000 for Lab Investigating PKU - Alison Piziali wondered how she could speed investigations toward new treatments for her daughter and others with phenylketonuria (PKU). Mulling the question over, she hit on the idea of throwing an event, which she dubbed "Tuxes for Tia and All People with PKU," to raise money for a Scripps Research lab.

Romesberg Named Finalist in Discover Awards for Innovation in Basic Research

Here's looking at you, CD1

Where Math Meets Biology

Scientists Use Drug to Stabilize Blood Vessels and Block Metastatic Cancer Cells

From Molecules to Medicine: Understanding Gap Junction Channels

A Simple Strategy for Blocking HIV Transmission Proves Effective in Pre-Clinical Trials

Study Suggests Component of Volcanic Gas May Have Played a Significant Role in the Origins of Life on Earth

Detecting the Genes That Contribute to Transplant Rejection - A group led by Scripps Research investigator Daniel Salomon has been awarded a federal research grant of more than $10 million to apply cutting-edge genomic technologies to advance our understanding of kidney transplantation.