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  • Robert Darnell named president of New York Genome Center | Newswire
    and clinical care in New York through the creation of one of the largest genomics research facilities in North America integrating sequencing bioinformatics and data management NYGC represents an unprecedented sharing of data and resources among premier institutions which will dramatically increase the quality and speed of research outcomes to advance clinical care This collaboration will help forward the advances leading to a new era of personalized medicine accelerate the development of new diagnostics and treatments for human diseases and provide an engine for life science commercialization in the region Over the next five years NYGC expects to create more than 500 science related jobs most of which will be in basic and clinical research integrating bioinformatics computational biology and high throughput sequencing I am extremely honored and excited to join the New York Genome Center at this key point in its development and to have the opportunity to shape inform and lead this institution to achieve the center s ambitious plans Darnell says I look forward to launching a new multi institutional scientific effort in New York to accelerate genomics based fundamental research and to realize its potential to revolutionize clinical medicine Darnell s pioneering translational studies in paraneoplastic neurologic syndromes which linked tumor immunity to autoimmune brain disease have led to new antitumor strategies being tested in cancer patients Studying these patients led his team to discover neuron specific systems that regulate RNA expression and to the invention of HITS CLIP now the gold standard with which to study RNA regulation in vivo His innovative studies of mRNA splicing translation and miRNA regulation in clinical and experimental settings are offering new ways to explore the dark matter of the human genome and to overlay genome wide sequence information with human diseases including brain disease and cancer Leading the

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  • genomics | Newswire
    and the recruitment and development of a world class scientific team in genomic research and medicine Founded in 2010 the NYGC will be one of the largest genomics research facilities in North America integrating sequencing bioinformatics and data management More Tags genomics Laboratory of Molecular Neuro oncology RNA Robert B Darnell Search for Categories Science News Awards and Honors Campus News Grants Gifts Topics Video Archive 2015 2014 2013 2012

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  • Cell 151: 1126-1137 (11-21-12) | Newswire
    profiling of activated neurons by phosphorylated ribosome capture Zachary A Knight Keith Tan Kivanc Birsoy Sarah Schmidt Jennifer L Garrison Robert W Wysocki Ana Emiliano Mats I Ekstrand and Jeffrey M Friedman newswire rockefeller edu Cell 151 1005 1016 11 21 12 Robert Darnell named president of New York Genome Center Comments are closed Search for Categories Science News Awards and Honors Campus News Grants Gifts Topics Video Archive 2015

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  • 2011 | Newswire | Page 2
    of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine the Nobel Foundation in Stockholm Sweden announced today He shares half the prize with Bruce A Beutler and Jules A Hoffmann More Tags nobel prize Ralph M Steinman September 30 2011 Research Update Cell 147 199 208 September 30 2011 Cell 147 199 208 Crystal Structure of the Mammalian GIRK2 K Channel and Gating Regulation by G Proteins PIP2 and Sodium Matthew R Whorton and Roderick MacKinnon Here we present the first crystal structures of a G protein gated K channel By comparing the wild type More September 20 2011 Grants and Gifts Papavasiliou and Stavropoulos receive transformative NIH grant Rockefeller University s Nina Papavasiliou will receive a grant from the National Institutes of Health under a program designed to encourage high risk high impact research The grant will fund efforts to develop new ways of engineering therapeutic antibodies that could lead to novel vaccines for a number of communicable diseases ranging from HIV to flu as well as non communicable diseases such as various cancers neurodegenerative diseases and drug addiction More September 19 2011 Awards and Honors Gaby Maimon named one of Popular Science s Brilliant Ten The honor recognizes Maimon s development of a technique to monitor electrical activity in individual neurons as fruit flies navigate a virtual world in tethered flight Maimon s platform provides a bridge to link genes through the electrical activity of neurons to fly behavior In his system flies are attached to a small plate where they can flap their wings in tethered flight More September 19 2011 In the News In the News Across town at the Rockefeller University the new science facility by Mitchell Giurgola Architects exists for no other purpose than to bring people out of isolation It s an addendum a voluptuous glass link seven stories high interposed between two preexisting laboratory More September 16 2011 In the News In the News Over 2 700 marine scientists in over 80 nations made the first ever census of marine life over the past decade said Jesse Ausubel director of the Program for the Human Environment at Rockefeller University speaking recently at a packed Secret Science More August 30 2011 In the News In the News Peter Holt a researcher at Rockefeller University in New York said that overweight patients who have the common stomach stapling operations are likely to have large concentrations of alcohol in the blood even if they drink little which take a More August 21 2011 In the News In the News Dr Greengard 85 is still making breakthroughs In an offshoot of his award winning research the director of the Fisher Center for Alzheimer s Research recently discovered a new pathway for potentially treating the disease He identified a protein in mice that stimulates More August 15 2011 In the News In the News Consider the investigation of Mike Rossner executive director of the Rockefeller University Press In 2002 while trying to format a scientific image in Photoshop

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  • Nature Immunology: December 25, 2011 | Newswire
    Núria Torán Albert Català Montserrat Torrebadell Claudia Fortuny Victoria Cusí Carmen Carreras George A Diaz J Magarian Blander Claire Michèle Farber Guido Silvestri Charlotte Cunningham Rundles Michaela Calvillo Carlo Dufour Lucia Dora Notarangelo Vassilios Lougaris Alessandro Plebani Jean Laurent Casanova Stephanie C Ganal Andreas Diefenbach Juan Ignacio Aróstegui Manel Juan Jordi Yagüe Nizar Mahlaoui Jean Donadieu Kang Chen and Andrea Cerutti Neutrophils use immunoglobulins to clear antigen but their role

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  • Cell 147: 1615–1627 (December 23, 2011) | Newswire
    Ginty Here we report genetic labeling of LTMR subtypes and visualization of their relative patterns of axonal endings in hairy skin and the spinal cord We found that each of the three major hair follicle types of trunk hairy skin guard awl auchene and zigzag hairs is innervated by a unique and invariant combination of LTMRs thus each hair follicle type is a functionally distinct mechanosensory end organ newswire rockefeller

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  • Science 344: 1675-1680 | Newswire
    We present structures for the ATP bound state of the clamp loader complex from bacteriophage T4 bound to an open clamp and primer template DNA The structures explain how synergy among the loader the clamp and DNA can trigger ATP hydrolysis and release of the closed clamp on DNA newswire rockefeller edu In the News NYT Cell 147 1615 1627 December 23 2011 Comments are closed Search for Categories Science

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  • In the News — NYT | Newswire
    month when the prize in medicine was given to the widow of Dr Ralph M Steinman a scientist at Rockefeller University in Manhattan who died of pancreatic cancer at age 68 on Sept 30 three days before his election newswire rockefeller edu In cancer molecular signals that recruit blood vessels also trigger metastasis Science 344 1675 1680 Comments are closed Search for Categories Science News Awards and Honors Campus News

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