Vol 6. Issue 20 / June 19, 2006

Study Points to Genes Responsible for Malaria Parasite’s Survival in Face of Attempts to Eradicate It - The research, led by Associate Professor Elizabeth Winzeler, could lead to new drug and vaccine targets to fight the deadly disease.

Reuben Mitchell - Meet Reuben Mitchell, new employee relations specialist.

Scientists Uncover “Significant” Functional Differences of Novel Estrogen Receptor

Layton Smith Wins Florida Grant

Young Soo Kim Awarded KUSCO/KSEA Scholarship

Fundraising Event: “An Intimate Evening with Craig Chaquico”

Ribbon-Cutting Celebrates Robotics Facility

Factor Foundation Supports Blood Disorder Research



Study Suggests Virus Uses Pressure to Sense when Full of DNA

Researchers Link Effects of Withdrawal to Compulsive Drug Use and Craving 

Scripps Research Holds 14th Commencement

Still on the Case

Study Results Offer Guidance in Treatment of Alcohol Dependence

Immune Response to HIV in the Brain a "Double-Edged Sword"

Lack of a Key Enzyme Dramatically Increases Resistance to Sepsis

Simple Tools for Complex Problems

Free Range Problem-Solving

New Class of Enzyme Inhibitors Blocks Replication of SARS Virus

Minor Mutations in Avian Flu Virus Increase Chances of Human Infection

Blood Work - Professor Zaverio Ruggeri’s view of what platelets can do has taken a surprising turn.