- Sense and the Single Cell. Using a powerful new field known as transcriptomics, Monell scientists drill down to the genes expressed by individual receptor cells. Their quarry? One of the last unknown taste proteins, a generalist salt receptor.
- Neighborhood Science. Taking research into Philadelphia’s neighborhoods allows Monell scientists to answer questions that can’t be addressed in the lab. Read about our recent work with the Vetri Foundation for Children and the Please Touch Museum.
- STEM in the Summer. Our long-standing summer apprenticeship program begins its 34th year.
- Taking Yoga Off the Mat. Why a yoga mat company supports our research on ovarian cancer detection.
And much more…
- A Year of Hope. As we enter the second year of A Sense of Hope, we have much to be proud of. Our newest video highlights our accomplishments to
date, while providing insight into the difficulties of living life without smell.
- Anosmia CME. Monell scientists teamed with physicians at Thomas Jefferson University for a panel discussion on anosmia. The panel focused on increasing awareness and knowledge about the frequency and causes of anosmia, the lack of available treatments, and new targeted research at Monell and Jefferson.
- Nasal Airflow Research. Monell research focuses on technology to predict success of targeted surgery to reverse smell loss by removing nasal blockages.
Spotlight: Anosmia Program Updates; Ambrose Monell
Perspective: Full Circle (Gary K. Beauchamp); Finding My Way (Robert F. Margolskee)
Spotlight: New IAC Members; Anosmia Program Launches
Perspective: Taste and Smell: The Senses of Health (Gary Beauchamp)
Spotlight: New Faculty: Ichiro Matsumoto & Peihua Jiang
Perspective: Training at Monell (David J. Mela & Susan E. Coldwell)
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