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Excursions with Paul Greengard

Excursions with Paul Greengard

Nobel laureate, an expert on the neuron’s “inner world,” returns to where the work began.

The visit of Paul Greengard, Ph.D., to Yale in May was a homecoming of sorts for the Nobel laureate.

Greengard, who gave the 15th annual Farr Lecture on Student Research Day, spent 15 years working in a lab on the third floor of Sterling Hall of Medicine’s B wing before moving to Rockefeller University in 1983.

“The work which formed the foundation for the Nobel Prize was all carried out here at...

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The science behind AIDS and prevention

The science behind AIDS and prevention

About 250 people attended AIDS Science Day at the School of Public Health on April 12 for discussions of a wide range of medical, preventive, social and political aspects of the disease. “In simple terms,” said public health Dean Michael Merson, “the pandemic now rivals in size and dimension the bubonic plague of the Middle Ages.” Three panels discussed sex, drugs and politics; therapeutic and preventive...

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For budding scientists, the road ahead holds both promise and pitfalls

At a biotech job fair in February, a panelist on alternative careers offered a sobering statistic. “Only one in five of...

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A good year to be matching

A good year to be matching

Nationally, a record number of seniors make the grade; for two Yale students, it’s on to Hopkins and UCSF.By 11:30 a.m....

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2002 residency placements for Yale medical students

The Office of Student Affairs has provided the following list, which outlines the results of the National Resident...

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