Adrian Raine of the School of Medicine and the School of Arts and Sciences is highlighted for his research on neurocriminology.
Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine shares his opinion on neuroscience playing a key role in the courtroom.
Shelley Rankin of the School of Veterinary Medicine comments on a new kit developed to detect the presence of salmonella in eggs.
James Kirkpatrick of the School of Medicine discusses how having a positive outlook could improve survival chances.
PHILADELPHIA - The gene for the protein p53 is the most frequently mutated in human cancer. It encodes a tumor suppressor, and traditionally researchers have assumed that it acts primarily as a regulator of how genes are made into proteins. Now, researchers at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine show that the protein has at least one other biochemical activity: controlling the metabolism of the sugar glucose, one of body's main sources of fuel.