Feb. 27, 2019—Sandra Rosenthal will step down as director of the Vanderbilt Institute for Nanoscale Science and Engineering on June 30 following 12 years of service.
Feb. 19, 2019—Supporting Careers in Research for Interventional Physicians and Surgeons (SCRIPS) aims to equip M.D.-only interventional physicians for academic careers in basic/translational research.
Feb. 15, 2019—Danny Winder and colleagues have demonstrated how norepinephrine and a stress factor call CRF interact, which may lead to new treatments for stress-related disorders.
Feb. 15, 2019—Lawrence Marnett and colleagues have demonstrated how two enzymes cooperate to maintain even levels of an important cellular signaling molecule.
Feb. 14, 2019—Inhibiting COX-2 — an enzyme associated with inflammation — could provide a novel therapeutic approach for stress-related psychiatric disorders.
Feb. 8, 2019—The NIH has now posted information for the 2019 S10 Shared and High-end Instrumentation Grants programs.
Jan. 30, 2019—Edward D. McGruder, Chief Scientific Officer at Elanco Animal Health, will present, "Entrepreneurs Wanted: How to achieve exceptional results with small, focused teams.” The seminar will take place on Friday, Feb. 8, at 2 p.m. in 214 Light Hall.
Jan. 16, 2019—A team led by biomolecular engineer John Wilson and cancer biologist Rebecca Cook have found a way to trigger an immune response that targets breast cancer cells.
Jan. 4, 2019—Graduate students, staff and faculty across the biology and biomedical science disciplines took a break from their research to showcase their other talents—singing, dancing, instrumental performance and displaying art—during an event hosted by the Office of Biomedical Research Education and Training in December.
Jan. 4, 2019—Craig Lindsley, co-director of the Vanderbilt Center for Neuroscience Drug Discovery, has been named a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors.
Dec. 19, 2018—New research led by Rebecca Cook demonstrates that an antiviral receptor called RIG-I has potent immunogenic and therapeutic effects in breast cancer.
Dec. 14, 2018—New research led by Alyssa Hasty shows that diet-induced weight loss in obese individuals increases levels of a white blood cell that promotes metabolic health in fatty tissues, but not in the liver.