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Study Provides Structural Basis For Development Of New Antibiotics
April 19, 2016
Now, researchers have discovered the structure of a well-established target for antibiotic development, an enzyme called MraY, as it is...
Nobel prize winner from Duke connects with colleagues at UNC to study cell receptors
April 13, 2016
With funding support from the NIH Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSAs) Program at Duke and UNC-Chapel Hill, the Lefkowitz...
Congratulations to Eileen Molzberger!
March 9, 2016
Congratulations to Eileen Molzberger! Eileen, a third year Biochemistry graduate student in the laboratory of Dennis Thiele, has just been...
Catherine Newman Named Gates-Cambridge Scholar
February 16, 2016
Congratulations to Ms Catherine Newman for being named a Gates-Cambridge Scholar. Cat, currently working in the Brennan Laboratory, is among...
Vice President Joe Biden visit
February 16, 2016
As part of his visit to Duke on Wednesday, Vice President Biden met with Dr. Paul Modrich, professor in the...
Scientists solve 3D structure of protein that guides the immune system
January 19, 2016
In a new study, researchers from The Duke University Medical Center and The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) reveal the three-dimensional...
Bruce R. Donald, elected a Fellow of the AAAS
December 10, 2015
Congratulations to Bruce R. Donald, who was elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in...
Could a Drug Engineered From Bananas Fight Many Deadly Viruses?
October 24, 2015
A recent publication in Cell from the Al-Hashimi Lab: A banana a day may not keep the doctor away, but...
Paul Modrich shares the 2015 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
October 7, 2015
DURHAM, NC - The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announced today that Paul Modrich, Professor of Biochemistry at Duke University,...
September 6, 2015
Recent publication in Science from the Schumacher lab: Structures of archaeal DNA segregation machinery reveal bacterial and eukaryotic linkages DNA...