The NIH Record

January 27, 1998
Vol. L, No. 2

Meetings Focus on Biocomplexity

County Recognizes NIH Service to Public Education

NIH Welcomes New NIH, Presidential Management Interns

Day Care Board Sponsors SIDS Seminar

African American Dishes Featured in February

Internet Snacks

News Briefs





Study Subjects Sought

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Health and Human Services

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NIH Record Archives

'A Strong Building'
Bldg. 20 Yields to Wrecker's Ball

By Rich McManus

In the end, it was a tough old stalwart that didn't go down without a fight.
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Pawson Gives NIH Lecture, Feb. 4

By Laurent Castellucci

Signal transduction -- how cells translate external signals into internal effects -- is a major element in the regulation of many aspects of cellular behavior. Dr. Anthony J. Pawson has been at the forefront of elucidating the mechanistic basis of the protein-protein interactions so essential to this process, opening a window on what happens within the cell itself to produce the final result in reaction to an external signal. In a talk entitled, "Protein Modules in Signal Transduction," Pawson, head of the Programme in Molecular Biology and Cancer at the Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute of Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, and professor in the department of molecular and medical genetics of the University of Toronto, will present an NIH Director's Lecture at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 4, in Masur Auditorium, Bldg. 10.
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