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  • In the News | Newswire | Page 2
    and hormonal response as well More Tags heroin Mary Jeanne Kreek methadone January 20 2015 In the News In the News BBC News Brady Drugs in dirt Scientists appeal for help Dr Sean Brady head of the Laboratory of Genetically Encoded Small Molecules said We hope that efforts to map nature s microbial and chemical diversity will result in the discovery of both completely new More Tags drugs Sean F Brady December 23 2014 In the News In the News The Telegraph McEwen Senior moments could be coming to an end Professor Bruce McEwen of The Rockefeller University New York said By examining the neurological changes that occurred after Riluzole treatment we discovered one way in which the brain s ability to reorganise itself More Tags Bruce S McEwen Memory December 22 2014 In the News In the News WSJ Greengard The mind and its mysteries We do know from my own work on depression that there seems to be several different parts of the brain involved in creativity Different parts of the brain are all speaking to each other More Tags Paul Greengard Pearl Meister Greengard Prize November 13 2014 In the News In the News Time Vosshall Scientists discover why mosquitoes love human blood It was a really good evolutionary move said Leslie Vosshall of Rockefeller University in New York who led the study published in the journal Nature We provide the ideal lifestyle for mosquitoes More November 9 2014 In the News In the News Forbes Allis Winners announced for the world s richest science award Dr Allis is considered the father of one of the hottest fields in 21st century science Called epigenetics it is the study of a phenomenon that 20th century biology said shouldn t More Tags Breakthrough Prize C David Allis epigenetics October 27 2014 In the News In the News HuffPostSci Friedman The good news and the bad news about beating obesity We don t pillory people for being very tall or short Jeffrey Friedman said so it makes no sense to blame obese people for being that way or for obese people More Tags Jeffrey M Friedman Obesity October 23 2014 In the News In the News ABC McEwen Ebola A crash course in fear and how it hurts us Bruce McEwen a neuroscientist who studies stress at Rockefeller University in New York said the fear can lead people to change their lifestyle making them isolate themselves lose More Tags Bruce McEwen Stress October 16 2014 In the News In The News Q A Torsten Wiesel Q A Torsten Wiesel Torsten Wiesel is president emeritus of Rockefeller University in New York City He shared half of the 1981 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with David Hubel for their discoveries concerning information processing in the visual More Tags Torsten N Wiesel October 9 2014 In the News In the News McEwen NewSci Brave or reckless Thrill seekers brains can tell you It really has to do with the reckless and the

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  • In the News – | Newswire
    as Pavlov We re just developing the idea at a different level of resolution to map it onto a physical site and not just a conceptual site said study coauthor Cori Bargmann It s a surprise all over again that you can actually implement this in such a compact little brain newswire rockefeller edu Scientists learn how young brains form lifelong memories by studying worms food choices Comments are closed

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  • In the News – Today – Flajolet | Newswire
    Lutnick who leads the board at the Fisher Center and Dr Marc Flajolet who is researching the disease there join NBC News special correspondent Tom Brokaw on TODAY to talk about the latest developments in the search for a cure Tags Alzheimer s awareness Alzheimer s disease Marc Flajolet Paul Greengard The Fisher Center for Alzheimer s Research newswire rockefeller edu In the News Newsday O Donnell DNA strands often

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  • Alzheimer’s awareness | Newswire
    s Awareness Month and the Fisher Center at Rockefeller University is on the frontlines of the battle against the disease Howard Lutnick who leads the board at the Fisher More Tags Alzheimer s awareness Alzheimer s disease Marc Flajolet Paul Greengard The Fisher Center for Alzheimer s Research Search for Categories Science News Awards and Honors Campus News Grants Gifts Topics Video Archive 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 more About

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  • Marc Flajolet | Newswire
    protein that boosts the signaling power of a receptor involved in relaying messages between brain cells may provide a new target for the development of treatments for schizophrenia and Parkinson s disease More Tags Hong Wang Laboratory of Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience Marc Flajolet Norbin Paul Greengard February 26 2007 Science News New therapeutic target for Alzheimer s could lead to drugs without side effects Findings based on studies in

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  • In the News – Bedford+Bowery – Caspary | Newswire
    90 foot round dome built in 1957 The dome serves as a meeting and lecture hall but to get a look inside you needn t be a Nobel laureate Rockefeller s faculty boasts five of them Just snag a ticket for one of the upcoming performances in the Peggy Rockefeller Concert Series Tags Caspary Auditorium Peggy Rockefeller Concert Series newswire rockefeller edu Newly described ion channel structure reveals how excited

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  • Caspary Auditorium | Newswire
    a space age geodesic dome Tucked into The Rockefeller University s Upper East Side campus is the Caspary Auditorium a 40 foot high 90 foot round dome built in 1957 The dome serves as a meeting and lecture More Tags Caspary Auditorium Peggy Rockefeller Concert Series Search for Categories Science News Awards and Honors Campus News Grants Gifts Topics Video Archive 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 more About Contact Follow

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  • Peggy Rockefeller Concert Series | Newswire
    dome built in 1957 The dome serves as a meeting and lecture More Tags Caspary Auditorium Peggy Rockefeller Concert Series September 23 2008 Campus News Paris Piano Trio opens 51st Peggy Rockefeller Concert Series Through the Peggy Rockefeller Concerts program a subscription series the university has played host to some of the world s most renowned soloists duets chamber ensembles and musical groups from across the globe More Tags Peggy

    Original URL path: http://newswire.rockefeller.edu/tag/peggy-rockefeller-concert-series/ (2016-02-13)
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