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  • Helmsley Trust renews $15 million grant for novel digestive disorders research | Newswire
    receives support from the grant This renewal allows the CDDS to continue to support the recruitment of outstanding investigators and the performance of groundbreaking research elucidating the fundamental biology of the digestive system says the center s founding director Barry S Coller physician in chief of The Rockefeller University Hospital and the university s vice president for medical affairs Research supported by the center will lead to new approaches for the prevention and treatment of a range of disorders including inflammatory bowel diseases hepatitis diabetes obesity and cancer Pilot project research has already provided new insights into the impact of weight loss on inflammation in obesity the mechanism by which oral administration of proteins leads to immunologic tolerance the mechanisms involved in colorectal cancer metastases and the products of bacteria in the gut that initiative inflammatory responses In addition Dr Coller says the clinical scholars whose training has been supported by the Trust are well prepared to embark on careers in translational research For the next three years we will further enhance our supportive environment so that center scientists can pursue unexplored and unconventional questions about the biology of the digestive system Here are a few examples of recent progress by CDDS scientists Immunologist Daniel Mucida and colleagues developed a new model system for studying inflammatory bowel diseases including Crohn s disease and colitis as well as celiac disease The model can help researchers investigate the cellular interactions associated with autoimmunity Luciano Marraffini s laboratory revealed new information about the functions of bacterial DNA segments called CRISPRs which protect bacteria against viruses This work is shedding light on the complexities of diverse microbial communities such as the intestinal microbiota Charles M Rice and colleagues overcame a major challenge when they induced normal replication of the hepatitis C virus in cultured

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  • Barry Coller | Newswire
    digestive system More Tags Barry Coller Barry S Coller Center for Basic and Translational Research on Disorders of the Digestive System grant Leona M and Harry B Helmsley Charitable Trust metabolic disorders Paul Cohen December 9 2014 Grants and Gifts Rockefeller University Hospital shares 2 8 million contract to study preventing drug resistant infections in the community The Community Acquired MRSA Project CAMP2 will enroll patients with skin infections provide English and Spanish language health education materials about community acquired drug resistant staph infections and incorporate a home visit program by community health workers to evaluate the effectiveness of household decontamination in preventing reinfection and transmission More Tags Alexander Tomasz Barry Coller infectious disease MRSA The Rockefeller University Hospital April 10 2007 Science News Density does it Fibrinogen concentration controls clot formation Blood clots are the product of an intricate molecular dance between cell fragments called platelets in the blood and the glycoprotein fibrinogen The process not only creates scabs over wounds it can also play a role in strokes and heart attacks In a new finding that has implications for such diseases researchers show that it s the density of fibrinogen on a wound or other surface that dictates

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  • Barry S. Coller | Newswire
    participant experience that researchers may be able to address More Tags Barry S Coller The Rockefeller University Hospital July 22 2011 Campus News Rockefeller University receives 36 1 million to help translate science into cures Rockefeller University s Center for Clinical and Translational Science CCTS a center aimed at accelerating the pace of translating science into real life solutions for patients has received 36 1 million from the National Institutes of Health to expand its work over the next five years The CCTS is among 10 institutes nationwide to receive the renewed funding in recognition of their successes during the first five years of the NIH s Clinical and Translational Science Awards program More Tags Barry S Coller Center for Clinical and Translational Science National Institutes of Health January 26 2011 Campus News Rockefeller joins Pfizer s Global Centers For Therapeutic Innovation A new partnership will mimic a venture capital funded biotechnology start up model whereby Pfizer funds pre clinical and clinical development programs in return for the opportunity to potentially broaden its pipeline with novel and highly differentiated candidate drugs More Tags Barry S Coller Pfizer s Global Centers For Therapeutic Innovation November 10 2009 Campus News Rockefeller joins first national research study recruitment registry Rockefeller University has joined more than 50 U S research institutions in making information about its clinical research trials available on ResearchMatch the country s first registry for recruiting research participants The secure Web site offers a free and safe way for volunteers to connect with thousands of researchers who are conducting research on a wide range of diseases More Tags Barry S Coller Center for Clinical and Translational Science ResearchMatch November 3 2008 Campus News New clinical study will help doctors assess abnormal bleeding A new assessment tool being tested at The Rockefeller

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  • Center for Basic and Translational Research on Disorders of the Digestive System | Newswire
    for Basic and Translational Research on Disorders of the Digestive System The center brings together about 20 labs that study a broad range of biological processes related to the digestive system More Tags Barry Coller Barry S Coller Center for Basic and Translational Research on Disorders of the Digestive System grant Leona M and Harry B Helmsley Charitable Trust metabolic disorders Paul Cohen Search for Categories Science News Awards and

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  • grant | Newswire
    Disorders of the Digestive System The center brings together about 20 labs that study a broad range of biological processes related to the digestive system More Tags Barry Coller Barry S Coller Center for Basic and Translational Research on Disorders of the Digestive System grant Leona M and Harry B Helmsley Charitable Trust metabolic disorders Paul Cohen Search for Categories Science News Awards and Honors Campus News Grants Gifts Topics

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  • Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust | Newswire
    and Translational Research on Disorders of the Digestive System The center brings together about 20 labs that study a broad range of biological processes related to the digestive system More Tags Barry Coller Barry S Coller Center for Basic and Translational Research on Disorders of the Digestive System grant Leona M and Harry B Helmsley Charitable Trust metabolic disorders Paul Cohen Search for Categories Science News Awards and Honors Campus

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  • metabolic disorders | Newswire
    on Disorders of the Digestive System grant Leona M and Harry B Helmsley Charitable Trust metabolic disorders Paul Cohen September 2 2015 Campus News Newest addition to Rockefeller faculty studies how cellular metabolism contributes to disease After establishing the Laboratory of Metabolic Regulation and Genetics in January Kivanç Birsoy will study how cells change their metabolism in the contexts of cancer mitochondrial disorders and inborn errors of metabolism Ultimately he

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  • Paul Cohen | Newswire
    for Basic and Translational Research on Disorders of the Digestive System grant Leona M and Harry B Helmsley Charitable Trust metabolic disorders Paul Cohen January 9 2015 Campus News Physician scientist interested in obesity related disease to join faculty Paul Cohen a molecular biologist and cardiologist is returning to Rockefeller where he did his graduate work In his new lab Cohen will study the molecular origins of obesity related metabolic

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