Inside Salk - May 2011 - page 2

May 2011
Inside Salk
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Oneon onewith…Thomas Albright
NEXT GENERATION
The next generation: Will Mair
High School Science Day
marks 21Years
PHILANTHROPY NEWS
Sharing Salk science
Salk in the City…New York
salkexcellerators New York
salkexcellerators San Diego
An enduring friendship
Visionary donor endows chair
in vision research
Chapman Foundations keep pace
with Salk science
INsider’s View
Sutton’s law and chronic illness
CALENDAR
Back Cover
EXECUTIVE MESSAGE
LEAD STORY
Science at the speed of light
INSTITUTE NEWS
One on onewith…Thomas Albright
Robert MacWright appointed
executive director of the Salk
Office of Technology Development
Salk Institute receives $2.3million
grant to develop stem cell-based
treatments for Parkinson’s Disease
EdwardM. Callaway named
2010AAAS Fellow
Themaking of a scientist
RememberingMargaret Mitchell
DISCOVERY ROUNDUP
Recycling cellular fuel
Hungering for longevity
A kinder, gentler presenilin
Cell reprogramming leaves
a “footprint” behind
Feast, famine and the genetics
of obesity
Seeking answers to a hairy question
Shape-shifting brain tumor cells
thwart treatment
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