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Volume 7, Number 5Space holderFebruary 7, 2003

Researcher will discuss
skin-homing molecule Feb. 20

David Koelle (shown above), associate professor of medicine in the Division of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, presents "Home Sweet Home: Glycosylated Skin-Homing Molecules and Other Strategies Used by the T-Cell Response to Genital Herpes" at the Science in Medicine lecture, at noon, Thursday, Feb. 20, in A-420 Hogness Auditorium, Health Sciences Center. (Full Story)

Photo by Gavin Sisk

Eschbach recognized for work improving kidney dialysis

The American Kidney Fund selected Joseph Eschbach to receive the 2003 National Torchbearer Award in recognition for his work improving kidney dialysis and advancing the field of nephrology. (Full Story)

Study shows synaptic depression used to compute sound levels

A study published in the Jan. 2 issue of Nature found that, in auditory synaptic transmission, synaptic depression is used to compute sound levels and to correct neuronal signals in order to better locate the source of a sound in space. (Full Story)

Journal article presents seven core principles of primary care

The February 4th issue of Annals of Internal Medicine (AIM) includes a special supplement on primary care. Eric B. Larson, professor of medicine and health services, co-authored the article "Primary Care: The Next Renaissance, " with colleagues from the University of California, San Francisco and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. (Full Story)

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