On World AIDS Day, December 1, Scripps, Jupiter campus, researcher Susana Valente, Ph.D., delivered the first presentation in this season’s Front Line of Hope series. Valente, assistant professor in the Department of Infectology at Scripps, has just been awarded a $3.4 million grant from the National Institutes of Health for HIV / AIDS research. The [...]
For more on Scripps scientist Laura Bohn, and the possibility of using a compound derived from crepe jasmine for pain relief, go to the story on North County Current here. And our earlier story is here… Although the amount of the chemical derived from the plant’s bark (conolidine) is meager, Associate Professor Glenn Micalizio has [...]
Recently I wrote a story on the Banner Center of Life Science program headquartered in Palm Beach Gardens (You can read that story here on North County Current). But in this post here, I wanted to give you an idea about the actual trainings. I asked the folks at our Banner Center (Elizabeth Handel, Jill [...]
Scripps researcher finds new pathway affecting lifespan.
all about misfolded proteins, and refolding them
avastin just as good as lucentis
Alzheimer’s Patients Take Part in Clinical Trials for New Vaccine
Dr. Carl Sadowsky, co-director of research at Premiere Research Institute, has been conducting trials for more than 25 years. He is also medical director of the Memory Disorders Center at St. Mary’s Hospital, a clinical associate professor, Division of Neurology, at Nova Southeastern University and a board member of the Southeast Florida Alzheimer’s
TrialMatch program helps pair patients and trials.
The reason that you are able to recognize its direction of motion is because you have neurons in your cerebral cortex that are sensitive to movement in a certain direction.
Fruit fly genes help Scripps scientists understand how we humans form memories and learn tasks.