“It takes expertise from many disciplines to carry out this work, and so having the support of these impressive advisers means a great deal to me personally.” - Patrick Griffin, Ph.D., scientific director and professor, The Wertheim UF Scripps Institute
From the moment they arrived in June, the undergraduate interns spending their summer at the institute focused intensely on diverse projects that probed the molecular basis of health and disease.
Masayuki Wasa, Ph.D., invents new chemistry methods that enable diagnostic and mechanistic studies of drug candidates
The granting of tenure signifies that scientists have made a series of substantive and creative contributions to their field of study, and demonstrated a high likelihood of continued excellence and increasing research productivity.
ACE2 is like a doorknob; this allows SARS-CoV-2 to grab onto a cell. Hansen lab discovers that cholesterol clusters make up the door allowing the virus inside.
Two new studies show preterm births and obesity-related liver disease both improve after treatment with this antibody.
With matching support from the Glenn W. Bailey Foundation, an additional 15 students will start their Kenan fellowships here on June 12.
Remembering Alex Dreyfoos, an early supporter of the institute, and champion of the addition of the iconic spire atop our main entrance.
The scientists’ approach directs cells’ recycling enzymes to cancer genes’ RNA and cuts up key segments to prevent them from doing harm. The tactic worked against the MYC cancer gene, and also two other challenging cancer genes.
Ten graduate students who completed their doctoral studies on The Herbert Wertheim UF Scripps Institute for Biomedical Innovation & Technology campus in Jupiter were honored today, Friday, May 19, during Scripps Research’s 31st Commencement Ceremony in La Jolla, California. Hosted by the Skaggs Graduate School…