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In Memoriam: A. Donny Strosberg (1945-2012)
Interactive Sculpture Bridges Art and Science
License Paves Way for Development of Anti-Parkinson’s Disease Compound
Snapshot: Michael Matrone

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In Memoriam:
A. Donny Strosberg (1945-2012)

Scripps Florida Professor A. Donny Strosberg was working to find ways to disable the hepatitis C and human immunodeficiency viruses.

Interactive Sculpture Bridges Art and Science

Originally commissioned for display at the 2012 TED Conference, the new sculpture on the California campus demonstrates the process of viral self-assembly.

License Paves Way for Development of Anti-Parkinson’s Disease Compound

OPKO Health has licensed SR 3306, a novel compound discovered by the LoGrasso lab that blocks the destruction of brains cells in animal models of Parkinson’s disease.

Snapshot: Michael Matrone

Meet Michael Matrone, program coordinator in the Office of Career and Postdoctoral Services.

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