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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA online: March 18, 2013

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA online: March 18, 2013 The human gene connectome as a map of short cuts for morbid allele discovery Yuval Itana, Shen-Ying Zhang, Guillaume Vogt, Avinash Abhyankar, Melina Herman, Patrick Nitschke, Dror Fried, Lluis Quintana-Murci, Laurent Abel an...

Journal of Experimental Medicine online: July 29, 2013

Tangye and Jean-Laurent Casanova

Journal of Experimental Medicine online: July 29, 2013

Tangye and Jean-Laurent Casanova

New England Journal of Medicine 369: 1704-1714 (10-31-13)

...Vincent, Luyan Liu, Sophie Cypowyj, Carolina Prando, Mélanie Migaud, Lynda Taibi, Aomar Ammar-Khodja, Omar Boudghene Stambouli, Boumediene Guellil, Frederique Jacobs, Jean-Christophe Goffard, Kinda Schepers, Véronique del Marmol, Lobna Boussofara, Mohamed Denguezli, Molka Larif, Hervé Bachelez, L...

The Journal of Clinical Investigation online: August 1, 2012

Williams, Jean-Laurent Casanova and Emmanuelle Jouanguy

Talking Science lecture introduces students to the genetic aspects of infectious diseases

As he opened this year’s Talking Science lecture, geneticist Jean-Laurent Casanova made a stark observation to his teenage audience: “If we had been here 150 years ago, about half of you would already have died.” The primary reason, he told the 350 high school students and 60 teachers present,...

The Journal of Experimental Medicine online: August 7, 2012

White, Laurent Abel, Shen-Ying Zhang and Jean-Laurent Casanova

Nature online: October 28, 2012

...Daley, Laurent Abel, Jean-Laurent Casanova, Lorenz Studer and Luigi D. Notarangelo

Awards, arrivals, and promotions

Congratulations to our latest award winners: Jean-Laurent Casanova has been recognized with the Stanley J. Korsmeyer Award for his work investigating the genetic basis of pediatric infectious diseases. The award is given by the American Society for Clinical Investigation, an honor society of phys...

The Journal of Experimental Medicine 209: 1813-1823 (9-24-12)

The Journal of Experimental Medicine 209: 1813-1823 Macrophages induce differentiation of plasma cells through CXCL10/IP-10 Wei Xu, HyeMee Joo, Sandra Clayton, Melissa Dullaers, Marie-Cecile Herve, Derek  Blankenship, Maria Teresa De La Morena, Robert Balderas, Capucine Picard, Jean-Laurent Casanov...

Recent Awards and Honors

Two Rockefeller Scientists honored with NIH Director’s Awards

October 1, 2019

Brian T. Chait and Erich D. Jarvis received the NIH Director’s Transformative Research Award for high-risk, high-reward research. Read more about the awards here.

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Laura Duvall receives Blavatnik Regional Award

September 4, 2019

Duvall, a research associate in the lab of Leslie B. Vosshall, is honored for her investigation of the mechanisms by which neuropeptides modulate mosquito behavior.

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Fortuitously, or perhaps by design, creativity has been a guiding principle for Ruta, 45, and her work. Both her parents were visual artists, and Ruta herself grew up as a ballet dancer — and at one point considered it a career path.

The Washington Post

A mathematical constant that is one of the keystones of chaos theory has been named for him: the Feigenbaum constant. It was revealed as part of his discovery of a powerful and detailed mathematical description of precisely how in a wide array of seemingly disparate systems, order breaks down and makes the transition to chaos.


"I really feel like I'm looking at one of the most mysterious aspect of our own existence," Brivanlou says. Brivanlou, Simunovic and their colleagues hope their creations will lead to fundamental discoveries that could have many implications, including a better understanding of the the origins of many diseases.

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