The RNA Institute, in partnership with St. Louis, Mo.-based Sigma-Aldrich, convenes leading U.S. researchers to discuss state-of-the-art scientific and technological innovations at a Jan. 23 RNA symposium. Scheduled in conjunction is a three-day hands-on RNAi workshop
Governor Cuomo announces BioHarvest Ltd. will collaborate with Cancer Research Center to produce innovative technologies for human health, including functional health food products and intervention strategies based on the cultured cells of fruits and vegetables.
The 2014 spring semester at UAlbany will offer a rich array of events including the Big Purple Growl and Ferocious Feast on Feb. 1, an appearance by major American author E. L. Doctorow on Feb. 27, and the America East Tournament for men and women’s basketball, March 7-10.
Matthew Laroche reflects upon UAlbany's special opportunities for advancement more now than during his college years. Proceeding from a criminal justice degree to law school graduation, he is now an associate at an international firm providing legal solutions for both U.S. and international companies and financial institutions.
The RNA Institute announces Srivathsan Ranganathan (“Sri”) as its new Advanced Computational Facility Lab Manager. He brings an advanced skill set to support the Institute's use of computer modeling to accelerate the process of screening drugs against RNA targets, troubleshooting potential interactions, and optimizing drug design.
Despite Lack of Diagnosis, Psychiatric Symptoms Affect Work Outcomes
Many adults who don't have a formal psychiatric diagnosis still have mental health symptoms that interfere with full participation in the workforce, according to the new research by University at Albany economists Kajal Lahiri, Ph.D., Pinka Chatterji, Ph.D., and graduate student Souvik Banerjee.