#Research Program


Virtual Intersections: SOURCE Undergraduate Summer Symposium

Summer undergraduate researchers from Case Western Reserve University and many other institutions will be highlighted during Virtual Intersections: SOURCE Undergraduate Summer Symposium Friday, Aug. 6, at 10 a.m. Symposium by ForagerOne is the platform host. Students will present from the following summer research programs:. Heart, Lung and Blood Minority Research...
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Research Reflections: Weber Relays Melanoma Updates From the 2021 ASCO Annual Meeting

Dr. Weber discusses exciting research presented during the 2021 ASCO Annual Meeting in melanoma with combination and single-agent checkpoint inhibitors, tumor-infiltrating lymphocyte therapy, and more. Welcome to OncLive On AirTM! I’m your host today, Jessica Hergert. OncLive On AirTM is a podcast from OncLive®, which provides oncology professionals with the...
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Schrödinger, Zai Lab Team Up For Cancer Program Targeting DNA Damage Response

Schrödinger Inc (NASDAQ: SDGR) and Zai Lab Limited (NASDAQ: ZLAB) have collaborated to discover, develop, and commercialize oncology candidate targeting DNA damage response. The research program will be conducted jointly by the Schrödinger and Zai Lab scientific teams. The companies will be responsible for their research program expenses. Under the...
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Summer Undergraduate Research Fair

The University of Minnesota Duluth’s (UMD) Biology Undergraduate Research in Science and Technology program (BURST) and Chemistry and Biochemistry Department Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP) will be showcasing student research projects at the 2021 BURST and SURP poster fair in the UMD Swenson Science Building Atrium on Friday, August 6, 2021 from 2 - 3:30 pm.

Making Canada’s skills-development system up-to-date and more effective should be evidence-based and grounded in top-quality research

The topic of skills development for working-age adults seems to take centre stage when labour markets face a new “unprecedented challenge” – be it new technologies or changing demographics – only to disappear from media headlines soon after the hype dies down. This time, however, because of the impact of COVID-19, the need for new skills is driven by an ongoing reallocation of labour across economic sectors and jobs, as some sectors lay off thousands of workers while others create new jobs. As many people consider changing careers due to the pandemic, the reallocation trend promises to continue for some time.

The McNair Scholar Summer Program Supports Student Doing STEM Research

When Nichali Bogues ’22 (CLAS) graduates from UConn, his dream career is to be a cardiothoracic surgeon. So scientific research was on top of his priority list. But the rising senior structural biology and biophysics major didn’t expect the McNair Scholars Program to give him so much insight into what his future career will be like.

CSHL serves up its 30th season of volleyball

Volleyball is a time-honored tradition at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL). Unfortunately, the COVID-19/Sars-CoV-2 pandemic prevented a 2020 CSHL Volleyball League season. But with employees coming back to campus in 2021, the league has returned for its 30th season. Decades ago, informal volleyball games took place on the grass next...
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Del State and Univ. of California Irvine partner for summer program

Del State undergraduate science students will have a new summer neuroscience research program possibility as the result of a new partnership between Delaware State University and the University of California Irvine Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. A Summer Institute in Neuroscience conducted by the partnership will be...

Daily Cannabis Use Linked to Reduced Neuroinflammation in People With HIV

Frequent cannabis use may reduce neuroinflammation in people with HIV, resulting in possible benefits to cognition, new research published in the Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society suggests. While the study was retrospective and therefore cannot prove any cause-effect relationships, the researchers say that their findings demonstrate a need for...