April 2019         News Medical - Life Sciences: "Promising diagnostic, prognostic tools for onset and progression of ALS"


March  2017     MDA Scientific Conference: "Disruption of nucleocytoplasmic and chemokine signaling and proteostasis by loss of the

                                                                               nucleoporin, Ranbp2, in motoneurons causes amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)-like syndromes"


February  2017 BioSpace News: "Discovery of a gene function sheds light on new treatment strategies for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)"


January  2017  Medical News Today: "Development of ALS syndromes caused by impairment of nuclear-cytoplasmic transport in motor neurons"


February 2015: ASBMB Today: "A connection between blindness and Parkinson’s disease".


November 15-19, 2014: Neuroscience 2014, Society for Neuroscience: "Blood Brain Barrier: Development and Disease"


November 13-14, 2014: "9th Brain Research Conference : "Neuroprotection: Basic mechanisms and translational potential"


October 27, 2014: Medical Xpress, Science X network: "New gene linked to blindness and Parkinson's disease"


October 24, 2014: Medical  News Today and Macular  Degeneration Association: "New Gene Linked To Blindness And Parkinson’s Disease"


September 19-21, 2013: "International Symposium on Cyclophilins and other Foldases: Cell Signaling Catalysts and Drug Targets"


July 22-24, 2013: "5th Annual Ubiquitin Drug Discovery & Diagnostics Conference"


June 22, 2013: - Research to Prevent Blindness (RPB) News: "Researchers Discover New Relationship Between Rods and Cones"


                         - Medical  News Today: "Damaging Healthy Eye Cells: New Insights Into Diseases Causing The Loss Of Vision"


                         - Chicago Daily News : "Damaging healthy photosensory cells: new insights into diseases causing visual loss"


                         - NyMedicin (Sweden): "Distinct and Atypical Intrinsic and Extrinsic Cell Death Pathways between Photoreceptor Cell

                                                                  Types upon Specific Ablation of Ranbp2 in Cone Photoreceptors"

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