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Return of the cytonaut
The lysosome is having a moment. More than 60 years after this bubble-shaped cell structure was first discovered, scientists have found that it is key to our ability to metabolize iron, and a potential target for new cancer drugs.
“Rockefeller’s supportive, tight-knit community inspires and empowers young scientists. We’re being encouraged to take risks in order to pursue impactful work.”Viviana I. Risca, Ph.D.
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COVID-19 research at Rockefeller
Learn about Rockefeller’s efforts to combat COVID-19 and what you can do to help.
Talking Science: The COVID-19 Pandemic
Talking Science is an annual event for grades 9-12, led by members of The Rockefeller University's world-class faculty. This year, for the first time, it will be held virtually as a series of one-hour Zoom webinars offered on four Mondays in January and February 2021. Feel free to share this invitation with all interested students, teachers, and science enthusiasts!
Summer undergraduate fellowship
The Chemers Neustein Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship program provides a unique opportunity for undergraduates to conduct research in a Rockefeller laboratory under the direct supervision of our world-class faculty, postdoctoral fellows, or senior graduate students. The program runs for 10 weeks from early June through mid-August. Submit your application by February 1, 2021.
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