Plain talk on complex research
BIDMC researcher Jack Lawler enjoys working at the basic level of science. The pathologist and his lab work at teasing out the various mysteries of a family of proteins known as TSPs, or thrombospondins, which could provide pathways to helping in specific medical research areas, such as heart disease, arthritis, wound healing, and cancer.
They will be able to a lot more than to a $711,148 grant Recovery Act grant from the National Heart Lung Blood Iinsstute's Division of Intramural Research, Cell Biology and Physiology Center.
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