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Snapshot: Danielle Grotjahn

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Scientists Advance Physics of Single ‘Transformer’ Proteins with Role in Cancer

The findings from the Deniz lab could help in the design of new cancer therapies.

TSRI Team Comes Together with Rare Disease Community

Volunteers read scientific papers to find clues to new treatments.

Snapshot: Danielle Grotjahn

Meet graduate student Danielle Grotjahn, chair of Scripps California’s Network for Women in Science.

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