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Scientists Develop Antidote for Cocaine Overdose
Focusing on the Long Term: A Profile of Dale Boger
Grant Renewal Extends Project Past 30-Year Mark
Researcher Awarded $1 Million for Stress-Associated Disease and Aging Research

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Scientists Develop Antidote for Cocaine Overdose

The results from the Janda lab show the potential for a life-saving injection.

Focusing on the Long Term: A Profile of Dale Boger

Professor Dale Boger and his team explore the chemistry of compounds with medical potential.

Grant Renewal Extends Project Past 30-Year Mark

The Hoch lab will continue its efforts to understand bacterial signaling, thanks to a grant now renewed eight times since it was first awarded in 1973.

Researcher Awarded $1 Million for Stress-Associated Disease and Aging Research

Assistant Professor Shuji Kishi will lead the project, which will develop a range of new tests to identify drug leads.

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  • Scripps Research Institute Discoveries Lead to Newly Approved Drug for Infant Respiratory Distress Syndrome
  • Scientists Identify Protein that Sends ‘Painful Touch’ Signals
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  • Team Sheds Light on How Body Fends off Bacteria
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  • Life After Pfizer: Taking a Proactive Approach
  • Team Demonstrates Effective New ‘Biopsy in a Blood Test’ to Detect Cancer
  • Scientists Illuminate Cancer Cells’ Survival Strategy During Dangerous Dissemination
  • Scientists Provide New Understanding of Chronic Pain
  • Against Metastasis: Brunhilde Felding-Habermann Works to Strip Away the Secrets of Cancer’s Dangerous Advance
  • Looking Ahead: An Interview with Michael A. Marletta