The SMDP is a one-year career mentoring program that pairs students who are under-represented in science with mentors who work at companies in the medical technology, biotechnology and consumer healthcare industries. Congrats, Adrian!
Dr. Frost was awarded an R01 from the National Institute on Aging entitled "Mechanisms of tau- and aging-induced neurological dysfunction: Focus on the nucleus." Co-investigators are Dr. Radek Dobrowolski and Dr. Habil Zare. Click the image to read more about the grant...
The Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation awarded Gabbe with a Young Investigator Scholarship to travel to the 13th Annual Drug Discovery for Neurodegeneration Conference in Long Beach, California. The course focuses on translating research into drug development.
Garrett Cornelison reports that pathological tau causes an accumulation of polyadenylated RNA within nuclear envelope invaginations in a Drosophila model of tauopathy. Genetic and pharmacologic approaches to reduce RNA export suppress tau-induced neurotoxicity.