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Discovery of enzymes involved in RNA splicing –

Discovery of enzymes involved in RNA splicing –

Jonathan Staley and his team discover how two enzymes play a critical role in regulating RNA splicing.

Read the article here.

Read the Cell journal article here.

 

 

Q&A with Andrey Rzhetsky –

Q&A with Andrey Rzhetsky –

rz1-e1442328754823Learn about efficient approaches for maximizing discovery and those used more often by scientists who have won Nobel Prizes!

Read the Q&A here.

Read the journal article here.

Possible trigger of multiple sclerosis discovered –

Possible trigger of multiple sclerosis discovered –

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A new study by GGSB faculty member, Brian Popko PhD, finds the death of a specific class of brain cells triggers one of the hallmarks of multiple sclerosis

Barry Aprison named 2015 AAAS fellow –

Barry Aprison named 2015 AAAS fellow –

uch_045605-1Barry Aprison, PhD, a senior lecturer in the Biological Sciences Collegiate Division and education and outreach director for the Institute for Genomics and Systems Biology has been named fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) for his scientifically or socially distinguished efforts to advance science or its applications.

GGSB Alumn Ron Hause wins 2015 Cotterman Prize! –

GGSB Alumn Ron Hause wins 2015 Cotterman Prize! –

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GGSB alumn Ron Hause has been awarded the prize for his work on protein quantitative trait loci (pQTLs) with Drs. White, Dolan and Jones. This study has been republished in the American Journal of Human Genetics Best of 2015 edition here.
Read more here about his research on the IGSB website
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