92nd Street Y lectures
This year several Rockefeller University scientists are taking
part in a lecture series co-sponsored by the 92nd Street, entitled
"Cracking the Code of Life: Genes, DNA and You." One of the goals
of these centennial lectures is to introduce Rockefeller science
to a broader audience.
On Tues., Jan 9, Richard M. and Isabel P. Furlaud Professor Stephen
Burley, an HHMI investigator,
will discuss "After the Genome: Tailor-made Drugs." On Tues. Feb.
27, Professor Michael Young will discuss "Keeping Time with Biology."
On Tues., April 10, F.M. Kirby Professor A. James Hudspeth, an HHMI
investigator, will discuss "Senses and Sensitivity." The three lectures
take place at 7 p.m. in Caspary Auditorium.
Stephen Burley will give a public lecture on "tailor-made"
drugs on Tues., Jan. 9
Rockefeller scientists will also participate in a panel discussion
of "The Next 100 Years of Science" at the 92nd Street Y's Kaufmann
Auditorium on Thurs., March 22. President Arnold J. Levine and Professor
David Ho will join tri-institutional neighbor Harold Varmus, president
of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in a discussion.
Call 996-1100 for tickets (use discount code ROC).