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Meth Vaccine Shows Promising Results in Early Tests
Genomics Study Shows Ancestry Could Help Solve Disease Riddles
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Meth Vaccine Shows Promising Results in Early Tests

A team from the Taffe and Janda labs is developing a way to block a meth high for addicts committed to recovery.

Genomics Study Shows Ancestry Could Help Solve Disease Riddles

The work from the Schork lab should speed the search for the causes of many diseases and provide critical guidance to the genomics field.

New Inhibitors of Elusive Enzymes Promise to Be Valuable Scientific Tools

Work from the Cravatt lab paves the way for further studies of enzymes known as diacylglycerol lipases (DAGL) and their ties to inflammation.

First Annual Scripps Florida Mentorship Award Honors John Cleveland

“[Mentorship] is the most important part of my job,” says Professor John Cleveland.

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