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Paul Greengard receives Karolinska Institutet’s Bicentennial Gold Medal

The gold medal is the highest award conferred by the Karolinska Institutet, one of the world’s leading medical universities, during its 200th anniversary celebrations. The medal recognizes the work of an individual not permanently located at the Karolinska Institutet, who has contributed to and has achieved acknowledged eminence in the university’s activities. More »

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Leslie Vosshall, Paul Greengard win Dart/NYU biotech awards

Rockefeller scientists receive honors for their contributions to next-generation insect repellents and drugs to treat neurological diseases. More »

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Rockefeller University Neurobiologist Paul Greengard wins 2000 Nobel Prize in Medicine, Shares Award with Arvid Carlsson and Eric Kandel

Second Consecutive Medicine Prize Awarded to a Rockefeller University Scientist

Paul Greengard, Ph.D., Vincent Astor Professor and head of the Laboratory of Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience at The Rockefeller University, has won the 2000 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discovery of how dopamine and a number of other transmitters in the brain exert their action in the nervous system. Last year’s Nobel Prize in Medicine was awarded to Rockefeller University’s G¸nter Blobel, M.D., Ph.D., John D. Rockefeller Jr. Professor and an investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. More »

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Bonnie Bassler to receive the 2016 Pearl Meister Greengard Prize

Bonnie Bassler to receive the 2016 Pearl Meister Greengard PrizeBassler, of Princeton University and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, is being recognized for discoveries related to a molecular mechanism that allows bacteria to communicate with each other. The prize is intended to honor the extraordinary work of established women scientists and to motivate young women considering careers in the sciences. More »

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In the News – Scientific American – Greengard turns 90

A Nobel Laureate Turning 90 Continues to Churn Out Ideas for New Drugs   “Paul Greengard has been busy. In August he co-authored a paper on molecules that appear to regulate genes that might protect against Parkinson’s. That same month … More »

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Helen Hobbs will receive the 2015 Pearl Meister Greengard Prize

Helen Hobbs will receive the 2015 Pearl Meister Greengard PrizeHobbs, of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, is being recognized for her work on the genetic determinants of plasma lipoprotein levels and risk for cardiovascular disease. The prize is intended to honor the extraordinary work of established women scientists and to motivate young women considering careers in the sciences. More »

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In the News – CEN – Greengard

Sustained by Science   “No artist stops working, and I think really dedicated scientists—unless their health doesn’t allow it—are the same way,” Paul Greengard says. “We’re in a creative profession, so it never even occurred to me to stop.”

Stanford’s Lucy Shapiro to receive 2014 Pearl Meister Greengard Prize

Stanford's Lucy Shapiro to receive 2014 Pearl Meister Greengard Prize The Rockefeller University has announced that Lucy Shapiro, professor of developmental biology at Stanford University School of Medicine, will receive the 2014 Pearl Meister Greengard Prize. The annual award, which celebrates the achievements of outstanding women in science, will be presented to Shapiro on the Rockefeller campus November 11. More »

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Huda Y. Zoghbi, pediatric neurologist, to receive 2013 Pearl Meister Greengard Prize

Huda Y. Zoghbi, M.D., a pediatric neurologist and neuroscientist who has worked on the genetic underpinnings of rare neurological diseases and advanced our understanding of brain disorders, has been selected to receive the tenth annual Pearl Meister Greengard Prize—one of the world’s preeminent honors recognizing outstanding achievements by women in science. More »

Pearl Meister Greengard Prize to be awarded to pioneering RNA researcher Joan Steitz

A prestigious Rockefeller University award for exceptional women scientists recognizes a pioneer in the field of RNA biology whose discoveries involved patients with a variety of autoimmune diseases. Steitz will receive the award from National Geographic Explorer in Residence Sylvia Earle at a ceremony in Rockefeller’s Caspary Auditorium on November 29. More »

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2011 Pearl Meister Greengard Prize to be awarded to McGill University memory researcher

Brenda Milner, a pioneer in the field of cognitive neuroscience whose discoveries revolutionized the understanding of memory, will be awarded the 2011 Pearl Meister Greengard Prize from The Rockefeller University.
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2010 Pearl Meister Greengard Prize goes to two pioneers of cancer genetics

Janet Davison Rowley and Mary-Claire King, pioneering cancer geneticists, are the recipients of the 2010 Pearl Meister Greengard Prize awarded by The Rockefeller University. Established by Nobel Prize winner Paul Greengard and his wife, sculptor Ursula von Rydingsvard, the prize honors women who have made extraordinary contributions to biomedical science, a group that historically has not received appropriate recognition and acclaim. More »

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2009 Pearl Meister Greengard Prize goes to pioneering geneticist

The 2009 Pearl Meister Greengard Prize recognizes Suzanne Cory, a world-renowned geneticist and pioneering scientific leader. The first woman to serve as director of Australia’s prestigious Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, she has been an influential force in shaping science policy in her nation. More »

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2008 Pearl Meister Greengard Prize awarded to three leading biologists

The Rockefeller University has announced the winners of the fifth annual Pearl Meister Greengard Prize: Elizabeth H. Blackburn of the University of California, San Francisco; Carol W. Greider of The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; and Vicki Lundblad of the Salk Institute for Biological Studies. The three women are pioneers in the study of the enzyme telomerase, which plays a central role in the repair of telomeres. More »

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Three geneticists win 2007 Pearl Meister Greengard Prize

The fourth annual prize, created to recognize outstanding female scientists, has been awarded to Gail Martin of the University of California, San Francisco, Beatrice Mintz of the Fox Chase Cancer Center and Elizabeth Robertson of the University of Oxford. More »

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Mary Francis Lyons to receive Rockefeller’s Pearl Meister Greengard Prize

The third annual Pearl Meister Greengard Prize, an international award to recognize the accomplishments of outstanding women scientists, will be presented to British geneticist Mary Frances Lyon on November 2. More »

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Immunologist Philippa Marrack to receive Rockefeller University’s Pearl Meister Greengard Prize

The second annual Pearl Meister Greengard Prize, a major international prize awarded by The Rockefeller University, will be presented to immunologist Philippa Marrack on November 10. The prize, which was established by Rockefeller University Professor and Nobel laureate Paul Greengard in 2004, honors a female scientist who has made exceptional contributions to biomedical science. More »

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17 students receive Ph.D.s at Rockefeller’s 55th Convocation

In addition to the graduating students, honorary degrees were awarded to two Nobel winning scientists and members of the Rockefeller faculty, Günter Blobel and Paul Greengard, as well as James H. Simons, a mathematician, investor and philanthropist, and his wife Marilyn Simons, president of the Simons Foundation. More »

Rockefeller hosts British Prime Minister David Cameron

Cameron’s May 15 visit to the university, part an effort by the British government to acknowledge the value and investment that U.S. biomedical research has in the UK, also included a tour of President Marc Tessier-Lavigne’s neuroscience laboratory and a meeting with Nobel Prize winning neurobiologist Paul Greengard. More »

Animal study suggests two amino acids may modulate addictive behavior

For some, living without alcohol, cigarettes or even coffee is a daily struggle. Others can give up their vices without ever looking back. From a biological standpoint, the difference may be as slight as a single amino acid, suggests new research from the Rockefeller University laboratories of Mary Jeanne Kreek and Paul Greengard. By tracking individual amino acids in a single protein in mice, and noticing how they change when the mice are given access to cocaine, scientists are beginning to understand how an individual’s underlying genetics can reinforce his addictive behavior. More »

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