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.
The CABM Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) has provided laboratory research training to students since 2004. The 2014 program is currently in session. Visit the CABM SURE page to view this summer's participants.
Not everyone infected with the hepatitis C virus knows it, which makes it a tricky and potentially deadly health problem. Information is crucial. Find out more about hepatitis C-related medical conditions, prevention, and therapeutic research.