The Sathya Puthanveettil Laboratory at the Scripps Research Institute Florida

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Puthanveettil lab publishes in Cell Reports, Badal et al.: Sea slug study illuminates how mitochondria move.

Puthanveettil lab publishes in Scientific Reports, Swarnkar et al.: Discovery of kinesins that function as inhibitory constraints.

Puthanveettil lab reports role of a novel long noncoding RNA in regulating synapse function.

Puthanveettil lab identify molecular substrates of long-term memory and novel role of prelimbic cortex in encoding contextual fear memory.

Dr. Puthanveettil leads a series entitled Our Brain and Memory at the Mandel Public Library.

In a pair of related studies, scientists have identified a number of new therapeutic targets for memory disorders and have developed a new screening test to uncover compounds that may one day work against those disorders.

Scientists at Scripps Florida and Columbia University find the Huntington's gene' plays an important role in normal long-term memory.

Scripps scientist wins grant to study memory problems. February 2014. The Palm Beach Post

Scripps Florida Scientists Offer New Insight into Neuron Changes Brought About by Aging.

Area Students Excel at Science & Engineering Fair. 2013 Town Crier Online

Scientists Create Novel Approach to Find RNAs Involved in Long-Term Memory Storage.

Scripps Scientists rely on grants to acheive national acclaim for reserach. July 2012. Florida Weekly

Scripps scientist wins 2 grants to study long-term memory. January 2012. Florida Weekly

Scripps Research Scientist wins pair of grants to study critical component of memory. January 2012. EurekaAlert