Catch up on Rockefeller faculty making headlines, including a New York Times feature of Daniel Kronauer, and stories about Sean Brady’s research on the microbes found in New York City parks and Leslie Vosshall’s study on predicting smell.
The university and our faculty have made headlines across many news outlets in the past few months. Don’t miss the coverage of Joseph Gleeson’s latest research on the Zika virus, Cori Bargmann’s new role at the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, the ongoing River Campus construction project, and other stories.
Ali Brivanlou’s latest publication received widespread media attention, including a story in the Wall Street Journal and an interview on National Pubic Radio. David Allis, Elaine Fuchs, and Marc Tessier-Lavigne were also featured in the news.
PBS Newshour paid a visit to Leslie Vosshall’s laboratory to learn how mutant mosquitoes may help in the fight against Zika. Ali Brivanlou and Jesse Ausubel were also highlighted in the press.
President Marc Tessier-Lavigne recently sat down for a televised chat with talk-show host Jim Zirin. Neuroscientists Leslie Vosshall and Paul Greengard are also in the media spotlight.