At Rockefeller, over 130 scientists in 18 labs are conducting research to advance the development of new, urgently needed approaches for the prevention and treatment of #COVID19. #Rockefellerscience... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to Rockefeller's Elaine Fuchs, a recipient of the 2020 Canada Gairdner International Award for Biomedical Science! A world leader in the study of skin biology, Elaine is being recognized by the Gairdner Foundation for revealing the molecular mechanisms by which skin stem cells make and repair tissues. ... See MoreSee Less
Using the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster, Vanessa Ruta is defining neural-circuit mechanisms that generate innate and learned behaviors. Watch her discuss her research and life as a scientist at Rockefeller. #WomensHistoryMonth... See MoreSee Less
Sharing our new @RockEDU_ collection on VIRUSES for educators and outreachers. We will be adding a lot more throughout the coming weeks, so keep an eye out. Not bad for being in #quarantine! #sciout #sciengage #scied #virus #scicomm #COVID19 https://t.co/RnSSc3CyYt
Been producing #3DVFaceShield masks, and telemedicine devices for @WeillCornell and locals 24/7 and overnight shipping them to NYC to help fighting #coronavirus. Shoutout to @RockefellerUniv PIT and https://t.co/L51B58mzEg for the assistance and collaborations.Reach out if u need
Congrats to @TriIMDPhD @RockefellerUniv student Robbie Williams! We identified a tissue-specific transcription factor that regulates asparagine synthesis and the response to L-asparaginase. https://t.co/nymLAKxK6r
Scientists have identified the mechanism that allows skin cells to sense changes in their environment, and very quickly respond to reinforce the skin's outermost layer. The findings provide insight into how errors in this process might lead to skin conditions like psoriasis.