Kinky proteins suspected cause for Alzheimer’s | “The Science Show”

4 years ago

Professor Steven Clarke was recently interviewed by science journalist Robyn Williams about his Alzheimer’s disease research. The Australian Broadcasting Corp’s Science Show is considered by many people to be the […]

Kinky proteins suspected cause for Alzheimer’s | “The Science Show”
August 3

Blaisdell Distinguished Alumni Award Winner

4 years ago

Professor Steven Clarke receives Pomona College’s prestigious 2020 Blaisdell Distinguished Alumni Award for carrying “the spirit of the College” into the world.  An authority on the biochemistry of the aging […]

Blaisdell Distinguished Alumni Award Winner
May 4

UCLA collaboration reveals new information about the brain’s biochemistry

5 years ago

Alumna Dr Rebeccah Warmack (PhD ’19) and Professor Steven Clarke lead UCLA team to discover a new understanding of how Alzheimer’s disease affects the brain.  Their study was published in […]

UCLA collaboration reveals new information about the brain’s biochemistry
August 21

Professor Steven Clarke honored by the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB)

6 years ago

Clarke is featured in the society’s magazine in recognition of the 2018 William C Rose Award which he will receive at the upcoming ASBMB meeting in San Diego. The profile […]

Professor Steven Clarke honored by the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB)
April 19

2018 William C. Rose Award

7 years ago

Professor Steve Clarke has been awarded the 2018 William C Rose Award by the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB). This award recognizes outstanding contributions to biochemical and […]

2018 William C. Rose Award
August 16

Cellular and Molecular Biology (CMB) Training Program renewed for next five years

8 years ago

NIH has renewed the innovative CMB Training Program that supports PhD students in the biomedical sciences including those in the BMSB and Chemistry programs. This award from the National Institutes […]

Cellular and Molecular Biology (CMB) Training Program renewed for next five years
July 14