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Grant to aid development of
gene therapy for Parkinson's
A Yale neurosurgeon received a $5.5 million federal translational grant to develop two promising vector systems for delivery of gene therapy for Parkinson's disease.
Alumni elect new trustee
Margaret H. Marshall will join the Yale Corporation as an alumni fellow for a six-year term beginning July 1, President Richard C. Levin has announced.
Historian Blight to direct
Professor David W. Blight, a preeminent scholar of the history and legacy of the American Civil War, has been named as director of the Gilder-Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance and Abolition, President Richard C. Levin has announced.
Student's 'Ride to Endure' will raise funds for cancer group
Peter Chiu '07 hopes that the Zen-like state that he usually achieves while biking for long distances will last for 500 miles, as he cycles solo from Hanover, New Hampshire, to Washington, D.C., with just a few stops along the way.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Library acquires papers of famed poet Joseph Brodsky
IN FOCUS: F&ES-Anthropology Combined Degree
Troup students creating own plays in Drama School program
SCIENCE & MEDICAL NEWS
Committee reviewing employee health benefits as part of effort to improve University services
Orchestral movement: Shinik Hahm leaving post as conductor of Yale Symphony to become music director of Philharmonia
Ranis and Hathaway to research international topics as Carnegie Scholars
I. Richard Savage dies; noted for applying statistics to public policy
Sundance Lab director named interim head of playwriting department
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In a benefit bike ride this summer Peter Chiu '07 hopes to cover 500 miles in two days.
Drama school student Stephen Moore, one of the mentors in the Dwight-Edgewood Program, talks shop with Troup Middle School students.
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