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Kathrin Plath is awarded a $300,000 grant, “Discovery of Mechanisms That Control Epigenetic States in Human Reprogramming and Pluripotent Cells” from the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine to take stem cell science from the...

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 Eddy De Robertis publishes “Wnt Signaling Requires the Sequestration of Glycogen Synthase Kinase 3 inside Multivesicular Endosomes” in the journal “Cell” showing a mechanism that regulates protein stabilty in cells which...

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John Colicelli published “ABL fusion oncogene transformation and inhibitor sensitivity are mediated by the cellular regulator RIN1” in “Leukemia”.

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THE W. ALDEN SPENCER AWARD is given each year by the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia University to investigators in recognition of outstanding research contributions in neural science. The 2010 Spencer Award recognizes Marc...

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Lenore Arab awarded an NIH grant titled “Improving Dietary Assessment in Pregnant Women and Children inthe National Children’s Study” and “PHYS-02 Evaluation of Ulnar Length Measurement for Use in the National...

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Neural Circuits Symposium from 8:30 AM – 6 PM in the Neuroscience Research Building Auditorium. This symposium was organized by Jack Feldman, Kelsey Martin, and Larry Zipursky and was made possible with generous support from the UCLA...

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Pascal Egea published “Lateral opening of a translocon upon entry of protein suggests the mechanism of insertion into membranes” in “The Proceedings of the National Academy of Science”.

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Dr. Reid Johnson published a study in Genes and Development – “Chromatin-dependent binding of the S. cerevisiae HMGB protein Nhp6A affects nucleosome dynamics and transcription“

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 The SfN Brain Research Institute/Semel Travel Awards for Neuroscience Students and Postdoctoral Research announced the following awardees: Graduate Student Award Winners:      Elliott Meer, working with Kelsey Martin      Wei Wu, working with...

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Dr. Kathrin Plath published a study in the journal “Cell Stem Cell” showing that induced pluripotent stem cells retain an inactive X chromosome that may create a model for muscular dystrophy, X-linked diseases.. News release. CIRM...

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