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  Research News from Our Department

bullet Eleven Faculty Members Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences
bullet Cellular Defect that May Contribute to Autism
bullet New Drug Prevents Arrhythmias That Cause Sudden Cardiac Death
bullet Impairment Inside Cells May Be Linked To Schizophrenia
bullet Physiology Professor To Receive The Mayor’s Award For Public Understanding Of Science
bullet Doctor Who Developed Idea For Coating Stents With Sirolimus Says Recent Trials Indicate Their Effectiveness In Inhibiting Restenosis In Coronary Artery Disease Patients
bullet New Clues About Synapse Formation
bullet Columbia University Researchers Discover Pathway For Treating Heart Failure
bullet Rapamycin Greatly Reduces The Progression Of Chronic Rejection, The Leading Cause Of Late Death In Heart Transplant Recipients
bullet Researchers At Columbia Link Genetic Mutations To Exercise-induced Cardiac Arrhythmias
bullet Columbia University’s Summer Research Program For Science Teachers Awarded Grant From Howard Hughes Medical Institute
bullet Columbia Alumnus and UCSD bioengineer Shu Chien will receive the "Franklin Award"
bullet Columbia Press Release: "Disruption in Brain Connection Linked to Genetic Defect in Schizophrenia"
bullet "Cardiac Stent Patients with Diabetes May Benefit from Additional Drug that Counteracts the Effects of Leptin"
bullet "Columbia Scientists Dig Deeper into the Genetics of Schizophrenia by Evaluating MicroRNAs"
bullet "Finding May Solve Riddle of Fatigue in Muscles"
bullet Dr. Marks gives 2015 Ulf von Euler lecture
bullet New Views of Intracellular Channel that Controls Skeletal Muscle
bullet Kaylee Wedderburn-Pugh, won a presentation award at the 2017 Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS), one of the nation’s largest STEM conferences for minority students.
bullet Commentary: Chair, Andy Marks, discusses how affirmative action could cure cancer and heart disease/strong
bullet Sculpting ion channel functional expression with engineered ubiquitin ligases
bullet How To Make a Drug Course Course covers the major disciplines required for successful therapeutics discovery, validation and development.
bullet Filippo Mancia Structures of aminoarabinose transferase ArnT suggest a molecular basis for lipid A glycosylation... see link
bullet Congratulations to Jeanine D'Armiento on her election as President of the University Senate! Jeanine is the first P&S faculty member to lead the Senate.





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