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Rockefeller University awarded $27 million NIH grant to fund clinical and translational science in Hospital

The five-year “CTSA” grant will enable clinical work based at The Rockefeller University Hospital. The Clinical and Translational Science Award, given by the NIH, is designed to improve the translational research process and foster innovation in research methods, training, and career development. More »

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Heilbrunn Center announces recipients of its 2016 Nurse Scholar Awards

The winners’ projects will focus on teaching women with cancer how to advocate for their health, answering key questions about eating behavior and obesity, addressing the needs of critically ill patients and their families, helping the parents of sick children make medical decisions, and examining brain–gut interactions in gastrointestinal illness. More »

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Barry Coller receives the 2016 Gill Award for outstanding contributions to cardiovascular research

Barry Coller receives the 2016 Gill Award for outstanding contributions to cardiovascular researchThis award, given by the University of Kentucky Gill Heart Institute, honors Coller for work that has made a lasting impact on the understanding of cardiovascular biology and disease. Coller studies molecular interactions between blood cells and blood vessels, as well as therapies for diseases such as heart attack and stroke. More »

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Helmsley Trust renews $15 million grant for novel digestive disorders research

Helmsley Trust renews $15 million grant for novel digestive disorders research The funding renewal will support research initiatives within Rockefeller’s interdisciplinary Center for Basic and Translational Research on Disorders of the Digestive System. The center brings together about 20 labs that study a broad range of biological processes related to the digestive system. More »

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Rockefeller University Hospital shares $2.8 million contract to study preventing drug-resistant infections in the community

Rockefeller University Hospital shares $2.8 million contract to study preventing drug-resistant infections in the communityThe Community Acquired MRSA Project (“CAMP2”) will enroll patients with skin infections, provide English- and Spanish-language health education materials about community-acquired drug-resistant staph infections, and incorporate a home visit program by community health workers to evaluate the effectiveness of household decontamination in preventing reinfection and transmission. More »

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Density does it: Fibrinogen concentration controls clot formation

Blood clots are the product of an intricate molecular dance between cell fragments called platelets in the blood and the glycoprotein fibrinogen. The process not only creates scabs over wounds, it can also play a role in strokes and heart attacks. In a new finding that has implications for such diseases, researchers show that it’s the density of fibrinogen on a wound or other surface that dictates whether additional platelets are recruited. More »

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