The CryoEM Revolution has Arrived

Joshua Strauss and Saskia Neher stand beside the Cryo-EM equipment

$3-million instrument will bring exciting new capabilities to researchers across the university and others in the RTP area. The Talos Artica will be the centerpiece of the new cryoEM core facility, directed by Joshua Strauss, PhD.

Protein controls blood vessel formation, offers new drug target

December 2007 News Release: After an injury, the body grows new blood vessels to repair damaged tissue. But sometimes too much growth causes problems, as when new blood vessels in the eyes leak, causing diabetic retinopathy and blindness if not treated.