Vol 7. Issue 4 / February 5, 2007

Genetic Variation Found to Protect Some Afro-Trinidadians from Alcoholism - A team led by Associate Professor Cindy Ehlers has found that a specific genetic variation appears to protect some Afro-Trinidadians from alcoholism. However, the same variation may also increase the risk of liver disease if these individuals choose to drink.

Ron Nepomuceno - Meet Research Associate and Society of Fellows President Ron Nepomuceno.

Laura White Receives Bagel Fellowship

Chemistry Department Hosts 18th Frontiers in Chemistry Symposium






Study Reveals New Function of Protein Kinase Pathway in Tumor Suppression

Combination Therapy Obliterates New Vessel Growth in Tumors and Retinopathy

Study Questions Need for Potential Vaccine Additive

Study Helps Explain Why Botulinum Toxin Is So Deadly

Focusing on What's Important

A Stitch in Time

Trapped in the Folding Machine

Building a Bridge from Basic Science to New Therapies: An Interview with Patrick Griffin

Reduced Body Temperature Extends Lifespan in Scripps Research Study

Study Offers Innovative Profile of Enzyme That Aids Tumor Growth

Study Reveals New Activation Mechanism for Pain Sensing Channel - Associate Professor Ardem Patapoutian, Kellogg School Ph.D. candidate Lindsey Macpherson, and colleagues describe a potential new pain therapy target.