UPCOMING EVENTS | May 3: CABM Lecture Series, Stephen Hughes (NCI) "Clones of HIV-Infected Cells Arise In Vivo in the First Few Weeks Following Infection"|May 23: CABM Annual Retreat

RESEARCH SPOTLIGHT

RESEARCH SPOTLIGHT CABM researcher Dr. Isaac Edery explains how the annual ritual of 'falling back' can affect a host of biological functions – including a wide variety of 24-hour circadian rhythms, such as wakesleep cycle, cell regeneration, and hormone production. 

EDUCATION NOTE

EDUCATION NOTE The CABM Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) has provided laboratory research training to students for more than a decade. Applications are now being accepted for the 2017 program with a deadline of Friday, May 5, 2017. Visit the CABM SURE page to read more about the program

HEALTH FOCUS

HEALTH FOCUS Research at CABM leads to a promising enzyme replacement therapy for a neurodegenerative disease.