Last updated: 8/21/2018

August 22, 2018
Margo Herre receives an NIH F30 Ruth L. Kirschstein NRSA Individual Predoctoral Fellowship

July 17, 2018
Krithika Venkataraman awarded a 2018 Boehringer Ingelheim Fonds PhD Fellowship

June 14, 2018
Emily Dennis receives her PhD at the 2018 graduate convocation

June 14, 2018
Krithika Venkataraman is named the 2018 David Rockefeller Graduate Fellow

March 7, 2018
Mosquito brain atlas aims to reveal neural circuitry of behavior
Science Daily

January 31, 2018
Meg Younger launches, an online neuroanatomy resource for the mosquito community!

January 9, 2018
Mosquito sex swap leaves females 'loyal'

December 13, 2017
Mosquito sex protein could stem disease spread

December 12, 2017
Mosquito sex protein could provide key to controlling disease
Rockefeller Newswire

December 10, 2017
Leslie Vosshall travels to Stockholm to see Mike Young. Jeff Hall, and Michael Rosbash receive the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

October 11, 2017
This New Smell Test Could Drastically Aid In Our Ability To Diagnose Alzheimer's And Parkinson's
HuffPo UK

October 9, 2017
OK, Computer, Tell Me What This Smells Like
The New Yorker

May 12, 2017
A Dispatch from the 20th Annual Rockefeller Women and Science Luncheon

May 12, 2017
Uptown Ladies Lunch and Learn

February 19, 2017
Crowdsourcing effort helps researchers predict how a molecule will smell
Rockefeller Newswire

February 19, 2017
Artificial intelligence grows a nose
Science Magazine

December 31, 2016
Trevor Sorrells named a Jane Coffin Childs Postdoctoral Fellow

November 6, 2016
Ellen De Obaldia named a Helen Hay Whitney Postdoctoral Fellow

November 4, 2016
Scientists Stink at Reverse-Engineering Smells
The Atlantic

October 28, 2016
Fruity or fermented? Algorithm predicts how molecules smell
New Scientist

September 1, 2016
Nilay Yapici accepts a tenure-track assistant professor position at Cornell University (Ithaca)
Going-Away Party

September 1, 2016
Takeshi Morita receives a JSPS Postdoctoral Fellow

July 19, 2016
Veronica Jove is named an HHMI Gilliam Fellow

June 17, 2016
Takeshi Morita receives a Harvey L. Karp Discovery Award

April 20, 2016
Laura Duvall receives the 2016 AChemS Polak Young Investigator Award

April 4, 2016
Command and Control System Monitors Food Intake of Flies

April 4, 2016
Nothing Smells Rotten in Leslie B. Vosshall’s Compost Pail
New York Times

March 31, 2016
Sweet tooth? Flies have it too—and new research explains how they know what to eat and when to stop
Rockfeller Newswire

March 30, 2016
Team of Rival Scientists Comes Together to Fight Zika
New York Times

March 29, 2016
Veronica Jove receives a 2016 National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) Fellowship

March 3, 2016
Can mutant mosquitoes be used to fight Zika and dengue fever?
PBS Newshour

February 16, 2016
Biologists urged to hug a preprint

February 2, 2016
A Rainbow Unicorn Wants to Transform Biology Publishing

January 12, 2016
The Quest to Make a Better Mosquito Repellent
The Atlantic

December 31, 2015
Meg Younger named a Jane Coffin Childs Postdoctoral Fellow

May 15, 2015
Conor McMeniman accepts a tenure-track Assistant Professor position at the W. Harry Feinstone Department of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology, Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

May 8, 2015
Josh Zeng successfully defends his Thesis Research Proposal

April 28, 2015
Leslie Vosshall elected to the National Academy of Sciences
Rockefeller Newswire

April 10, 2015
Researchers master genome editing technique in mosquito that transmits deadly diseases
Rockefeller Newswire

March 27, 2015
Molly Liu successfully defends her Thesis Research Proposal

February 1, 2015
Meg Younger named a Leon Levy Fellow
Leon Levy Foundation

November 25, 2014
Leslie Vosshall elected a 2014 AAAS Fellow
Rockefeller Newswire

November 18, 2014
Leslie Vosshall participates in SFN Dialogues of Discovery Presentation. Neuroscience of Taste: Chef's Creations Delight the Senses
Live Science

November 19, 2014
How mosquitoes home in: Study of insect-human detection identifies key genetic variation
Harvard Gazette

November 17, 2014
Developing a Taste for Human Blood
New York Times

November 14, 2014
Why Do Mosquitoes Have A Taste For Human Blood?
Red Orbit

November 12, 2014
Gene turns mosquito into vampire

November 12, 2014
Why Yellow Fever Mosquitoes Love Humans - Thank Genetics
Science 2.0

November 12, 2014
How Mosquitoes Acquired a Taste for Human Blood
Nature World News

November 12, 2014
Research suggests how mosquitoes evolved an attraction to human scent
Rockefeller Newswire

September 22, 2014
Female Flies Looking for a Mate Go with their 'Gut'
Nature World News

July 22, 2014
Jennifer Bussell is interviewed about her Current Biology paper. Fruit Fly Mating: The neuron used by female flies to allow a male to mate with her is uncovered
BBC World Service

July 8, 2014
Genetically driven gut feelings help female flies choose a mate
Rockefeller Newswire

July 2, 2014
Unraveling the Female Fruit Fly Mating Circuit
The Scientist

July 2, 2014
Fruit fly research may reveal what happens in female brains during courtship and mating

March 25, 2014
Leslie Vosshall on the BBC Naked Scientists radio show discusses trillion odors paper
Naked Scientists

March 20-23, 2014
Keller trillion odors story generates broad interest: "Humans can discriminate more than 1 trillion odors #storify #science #research"

March 20, 2014
Human nose can detect at least 1 trillion odors — far more than thought, says study of smell
Washington Post

March 20, 2014
The Nose Knows: Humans Can Smell More Than 1 Trillion Scents

March 20, 2014
Not to be sniffed at: The human nose can distinguish between over one trillion odours - a billion times more than we'd thought
The Independent UK

March 20, 2014
Emily Dennis is awarded a 3-year NIH Ruth L. Kirschstein F31 Predoctoral Individual National Research Service Grant Award from the National Institute of Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD). Congratulations Emily!!

March 17, 2014
The interplay between different sensory modalities defines mosquito’s host-seeking behavior
Bug Bitten blog

March 16, 2014
Peggy Hempstead is honored for 5 years of dedicated service as an employee of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute

March 10, 2014
Jennifer Bussell successfully defends her PhD thesis
Vosshall Lab Flickr Feed

March 9, 2014
Mosquitoes Select Their Targets Using a Combination of Sensory Cues
Guardian Liberty Voice

February 27, 2014
Research shows combination of sensory signals draw mosquitoes in for a bite
Rockefeller University NewsWire

February 26, 2014
A road map -- and dictionary -- for the arthropod brain

February 2014
Bushdid et al. manuscript accepted at Science, with Andreas Keller as corresponding and senior author
Vosshall Lab Flickr Feed

February 2014
Dr. Julien Hsieh, Clinical Scholar in the Vosshall Lab, wins the Junior Scientific Excellence Prize for the development of a Smell and Taste clinic in Luxembourg

January 2014
McMeniman et al. manuscript accepted at Cell
Vosshall Lab Flickr Feed

October 25, 2013
"Ninety-Six Wells of Flies on a Plate" about the recent Gasque et al. drug screening paper
Drug Discovery & Development

September 26, 2013
Leslie Vosshall quoted in an article about scent branding
Daily News

September 24, 2013
Leslie Vosshall TedX Leuven Salon talk about mosquito attraction is live

September 22, 2013
Leslie Vosshall quoted in an article about insect repellents
Seattle Times

September 11, 2013
Emily Dennis is featured in BkSciArt's Science and Art Salon

August 21, 2013
Barbara Ghelardi is honored for 5 years of service with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute

July 1, 2013
Laura Duvall is the sole winner of the first postdoctoral fellowship from the American Philosophical Society

July 1, 2013
Jeff Liesch successfully defends his PhD.

June 5, 2013
Emily Dennis passes her thesis research proposal examination. Congratulations Emily!

June 3, 2013
New York Times Observatory writer Douglas Quenqua covers our work: "A Mosquito That Won’t Ruin a Barbecue"
New York Times

June 3, 2013
First author Matt DeGennaro blogs about our Nature paper "Mutant Mosquito Solves Mysteries of Attraction and Repulsion"
Rockefeller Incubator Blog

May 31, 2013
Mosquitoes With Altered Smell Gene Lose Preference For Humans
Medical News Today

May 31, 2013
Scientists are making people 'invisible' to mosquitoes
GMA News Online

May 30, 2013
Leslie Vosshall interviewed on the orco mosquito paper by BBC World Service News Hour

May 30, 2013
Study: mutant mosquitoes lose sense of smell (and lust for human flesh)

May 30, 2013
Genetically-engineered mosquitoes lose nose for humans
Times of India

May 30, 2013
Genetic Bug Spray? Scientists Alter Mosquitoes’ Sense of Smell
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

May 30, 2013
Modified mozzies no longer prefer humans
ABC Science (Australia)

May 29, 2013
Mutant Mosquitoes Lose Ability to Sniff Out Humans
Live Science

May 29, 2013
Genetic Engineering Alters Mosquitoes’ Sense of Smell

January 28, 2013
Leslie Vosshall and Richard Axel quoted on Luca Turin's latest vibrational effort

January 22, 2013
Laura Duvall is awarded a Rockefeller University Women & Science Postdoctoral Fellowship

October 20, 2012
Check out Andreas Keller's excellent blog about the science and philosophy of smell and olfactory art
Square Space

October 19, 2012
Orion Despo, our 2012 summer student, is named a 2012 Siemens Competition semi-finalist!
Siemens Foundation

September 2012
Leslie Vosshall interviewed in Current Biology Q&A
Current Biology

September 2012
Leslie Vosshall profiled in HHMI Fall 2012 Bulletin

July 1, 2012
Lindsay Bellani and Leslie Vosshall featured on CBS Sunday Morning, "Waging a losing war against mosquitoes"
CBS News

July 1, 2012
Leslie Vosshall interviewed, "Sweet Smell of Success" by Karen Hopkin
The Scientist

June 2012
Nine members of the Vosshall Lab travel to Stockholm for the 2012 ISOT meeting

June 9-10, 2012
Andreas Keller designs a roving olfactory art project on Governor's Island: "Smellscapes"
Figment Project

June 2012
Leslie Vosshall quoted in an article about perfumes, "Fragrance by design" by Stephanie Epiro
Elle Canada

May 20, 2012
Leslie Vosshall quoted in an article on mosquitoes, "Out for Blood: Will this be the worst mosquito summer ever? DEET never smelled so good" by Robert Sullivan
New York Magazine

May 14, 2012
Sha-har Admoni is selected for a prestigious HHMI Medical Research Fellowship and joins the lab in July 2012

May 10, 2012
Lindsay Bellani and Leslie Vosshall featured in the 15th Anniversary Women & Science video

April 24, 2012
Bayer Crop Sciences video podcast on the Axel-Vosshall-BCS project funded by FNIH and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

April 18, 2012
Blog post: Leslie Vosshall on smell
Glass Petal Smoke

February 2012
Emily Dennis is admitted to the 2012 Marine Biological Laboratory Neural Systems & Behavior Course

February 2012
Gates Foundation Grand Challenges in Global Health and FNIH VCTR project with the Axel Lab featured
Bayer Crop Sciences

January 22, 2012
Andreas Keller interviewed by JUS: "Studying the Variability in Smell Perception"

January 12, 2012
Leslie Vosshall joins the Scientific Advisory Board of International Flavors & Fragrances
Market Watch, The Wall Street Journal

January 1, 2012
Lindy McBride is awarded an NIH/NIDCD K99/R00 Pathways to Independence Award

November 8, 2011
Interesting blog post on Maurizio Pellegrino's Nature paper
BLOG: Why is this Discovery Important?

September 21, 2011
How Does DEET Work? Study Says It Confuses Insects

September 21, 2011
DEET scrambles insects' sense of smell
Nature Newsblog

September 21, 2011
How DEET Swats Insects’ Sense of Smell

September 7, 2011
Scents and Sensibilities: How Your Nose Actually Works
The Atlantic

August 8, 2011
Leslie Vosshall and the Rockefeller University Mosquito Study in Talk of the Town in the New Yorker: "Rules of Attraction: Bites"
The New Yorker

July 20, 2011
Roman Corfas successfully defends his thesis research proposal

July 13, 2011
Leslie Vosshall quoted in the New York Times Style Section: "Skin Deep. Pumpkin Pie: Provocative or Just Tasty?"
New York Times

June 4, 2011
Leslie Vosshall with Avery Gilbert, Sissel Tolaas, and Consuelo De Moraes at World Science Festival event: "Scents and Sensibilities: The Invisible Language of Smell"

May 26, 2011
Lindsay Dick successfully defends her thesis research proposal

May 12, 2011
Leslie Vosshall and Frederic Malle discuss smell at the Rockefeller Women & Science Annual Spring Lecture and Luncheon
Stephen Baum's blog
BFA photos
PMc photos
David Patrick Columbia
Wall Street Journal

May 9, 2011
Ben Matthews is awarded a Jane Coffin Childs Memorial Fund Postdoctoral Fellowship. Congratulations Ben!
JCC Fund

April 27, 2011
Patrick Huguenin covers the Rockefeller University Smell Study in The New York Daily News
NY Daily News

April 22, 2011
Former summer student Max Ladow accepts a spot at Brown University to begin in the Fall of 2011. Congratulations Max on admission to your first choice college!

April 13-17, 2011
Andreas Keller organized and Koan Baysa curated an art exhibit at AChemS XXXIII in St. Pete Beach, FL entitled "volatile art"
Flickr Set: AChemS XXXIII

April 4, 2011
Titia de Lange is awarded the 2011 Vilcek Prize
Flickr Set: 2011 Vilcek Prize dinner at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel NYC

March 31, 2011
Jeff Liesch is awarded an F31 predoctoral NRSA fellowship. Congratulations Jeff!!

March 14, 2011
Leslie Vosshall talks about and feeds the mosquitoes
science line video "Feeding the Mosquitoes"

March 4, 2011
The Vosshall and Tavazoie labs throw a going-away party for Sir Paul Nurse
Flickr: party photos

January 24, 2011
Andreas Keller quoted in an article on the genetics of smell in The Independent
The Independent (UK)

December 23, 2010
Our 2010 Outreach student, Max Ladow, is featured in a college choice article in the New York Times
The New York Times

December 20, 2010
Five Years In, Gauging Impact of Gates Grants
The New York Times

December 7-20, 2010
After 10 years in cramped space, the Vosshall lab moves across campus to the new lab
Flickr: lab move
Flickr: old lab

November 16, 2010
Leslie Vosshall gives a Special Lecture on olfaction at SFN2010 in San Diego
Vosshall Lab Flickr Feed
Blogging on the Brain

November 10, 2010
Veronica Rodrigues (1953-2010), pioneer in insect olfaction

October 6, 2010
NYC Scratch and Sniff Map covered in an online technology article in The Atlantic
Article in The Atlantic by Nicole Twilley

September 23, 2010
Rockefeller University Smell Study inspires Nicola Twilley's Scratch and Sniff Map of NYC
"You are Here": Mapping the Psychogeography of New York City at Pratt Manhattan Gallery
Photos of Andreas and Leslie at the opening reception

September 22, 2010
Andreas Keller and Peggy Hempstead featured on Nicola Twilley's blog
Edible Geography

August 3, 2010
Promotion party for Leslie with Paul Nurse, the lab, and special guests at the Rockefeller University Faculty and Student Club
Vosshall Lab Flickr Feed

August 2, 2010
The Vosshall Lab celebrates the achievements of Maurizio Pellegrino, Shelli Farhadian, Sarah Puhr, and our fabulous high school Outreach and college SURF students for an all-you-can eat/drink sushi/sake/beer party at Asihya2 in the East Village
Vosshall Lab Flickr Feed

July 22, 2010
Maurizio Pellegrino successfully defends his PhD thesis
Vosshall Lab Flickr Feed

July 9, 2010
Shelli Farhadian successfully defends her PhD thesis
Vosshall Lab Flickr Feed

June 30, 2010
Leslie Vosshall interviewed by Virginia Gewin for Nature Q&A
Nature Jobs

June 2010
Future postdoc Ben Matthews receives a 2010-2011 Henry and Marie Josee Kravis Postdoctoral Fellowship

June 11, 2010
Our Asahina et al. paper in J. Biology has won the 2009 BioMed Central Biology Research Award! Kenta Asahina accepted the prize in London on June 10, 2010 on behalf of the other coauthors.
BioMed Central
Pictures of Kenta Asahina at the award ceremony

May 17, 2010
Leslie Vosshall promoted to professor
Rockefeller NewsWire

May 14, 2010
BBQ organized by our fabulous research assistants
Vosshall Lab Flickr Feed

April 21, 2010
Our Asahina et al. paper in J. Biology has been short-listed for the 2009 BioMed Central Biology Research Award! Winner announced in London June 10, 2010.
BioMed Central

April 2010
Nicole Steinbach, former Diploma student, accepts an offer to the Integrated PhD Program at Columbia University

April 7, 2010
Katya Prakash accepts an offer to Jefferson Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University

April 5, 2010
Leslie Vosshall receives the 2010 Dart/NYU Biotechnology Alumnae Achievement Award
NYU Medical Center

March 30, 2010
Conor McMeniman awarded a 2010 Human Frontier Science Program Postdoctoral Fellowship

March 26, 2010
Rockefeller University Smell Study featured at Headspace 2010 event at Parsons/New School
New York Times
Village Voice
Daily News

March 2010
Former SURF Natasha Meyer accepts an offer from Stanford University and will start her PhD in the fall of 2010

March 2010
Sarah Puhr accepts an offer from the Columbia University Department of Microbiology and Immunology PhD Program

March 2010
Rotation PhD student Lindsay Dick is selected to participate in the 2010 Marine Biological Laboratory Neural Systems & Behavior Course in Woods Hole, MA. Congratulations, Lindsay!

February 11, 2010
Postdoc Nilay Yapici is selected to be among the young researchers attending the 60th Interdisciplinary Meeting of Nobel Laureates at Lindau
Lindau Nobel Meetings

January 22, 2010
Maurizio Pellegrino accepts a postdoctoral offer to train with Diana Bautista at the University of California, Berkeley beginning in the fall of 2010

Vosshall Lab on Rockefeller YouTube channel!!

February 5, 2010
Postdoc Michael Crickmore profiled: "A Husband and Wife Play Science on the Same Team"
Science Careers

January 19, 2010
Leslie and Jermaine tour the new lab space, still under construction!

December 4, 2009
Postdoc Michael Crickmore is Grand Prize winner in the 2009 GE & Science Prize for Young Life Scientists
Rockefeller Newswire

December 1, 2009
Postdoc Michael Crickmore becomes a Helen Hay Whitney Foundation postdoctoral fellow
Helen Hay Whitney Foundation

November 30, 2009
Leslie Vosshall gives tenure talk at Rockefeller
Rockefeller University

October 15, 2009
Former postdoc Richard Benton is the 2009 Grand Prize winner in the international competition for The Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology
Science Magazine

August 22, 2009
The Vosshall Lab proudly announces the birth of its first transgenic mosquito!

August 6, 2009
Annie Rose London, Nareh Marukian, and Natasha Meyer present posters of their projects at the Annual SURF Poster Session

June 2009
Conor McMenamin receives a 2009-2010 Henry and Marie Josee Kravis Postdoctoral Fellowship

May 2009
Alison Hill accepts an offer to enter the Harvard University Virology PhD Program in the Fall of 2009

May 27, 2009
Nilay Yapici is awarded a 2009 EMBO Long-Term Postdoctoral Fellowship Award
European Molecular Biology Organization

May 24, 2009
Andreas Keller is awarded a NARSAD Young Investigator Award

May 21, 2009
Leslie Vosshall delivers a Harvey Lecture
The Harvey Society

May 21, 2009
Jeff Liesch defends his thesis research proposal

May 20, 2009
Jennifer Bussell defends her thesis research proposal

May 2009
A Better Bug Spray
HHMI Bulletin, Vol. 22, No. 2

May 15, 2009
Cori Bargmann, Leslie Vosshall, and Eric Kandel
12th Annual Women & Science Lecture and Luncheon
Fame Game - The Event
Avenue, July 2009
Fame Game - Gigi, Leslie, Kelly

May 13, 2009
Leslie Vosshall delivers a Congressional Biomedical Caucus Briefing
Coalition for the Life Sciences

April 3, 2009
Leslie Vosshall delivers the 2009 Lawrence C. Katz Memorial Prize Lecture at Duke University
Duke University Neurobiology Department
Flyer for the lecture

April 2009
Maurizio Pellegrino. Life on Top--Working at the Rockefeller University, New York
New Biotechnology

March 23, 2009
Nilay Yapici is awarded a postdoctoral fellowship from HFSP
Human Frontier Science Program

February 5, 2009
Biology: Stench Sense
Nature Research Highlights

January 2009
Italian Magazine profiles Maurizio Pellegrino and Silvia Piccinotti

January 9, 2009
New Protein Family May Explain a Mystery of Insect Olfaction
HHMI Research News

January 8, 2009
Scientists discover an ancient odor-detecting mechanism in insects
Rockefeller NewsWire

December 12, 2008
The Science of Smell
Leslie Vosshall, Avery Gilbert
Two smell scientists tackle the biology, genetics, and psychology behind our noses
New York Academy of Sciences Podcast

October 31, 2008
Art Teams With Science to Explain It All to You
New York Times

October 1, 2008
Andreas Keller named a 2008 Branco Weiss Society in Science Fellow
Society in Science Foundation

August 18, 2008
New Theory on DEET: Mosquito Just Dislikes It
New York Times

July 31, 2008
In lean times, flies can’t survive without their sense of smell
Rockefeller NewsWire

July 25, 2008
Research making sense of the nose and tongue
San Francisco Chronicle

June 15, 2008
Pheromones in the news
New York Post, Page Six PermaLink

June 2008
Andreas Keller named a postdoctoral finalist for a 2008 Blavatnik Award for Young Scientists from the New York Academy of Sciences.

May 27, 2008
Leslie Vosshall named a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator
HHMI Selects 56 of the Nation's Top Scientists
HHMI bio for Leslie Vosshall

May 26, 2008
Mosquito War: New Chemicals May Beat DEET
National Public Radio, "All Things Considered"

April 15, 2008
Insects use ion channels to smell odors
United Press International

April 14, 2008
Insect Evolution Shakes Things Up

April 13, 2008
Insects Evolved Radically Different Strategy To Smell
Science Daily
Rockefeller NewsWire

April 6, 2008
Maurizio Pellegrino's DEET paper profiled

March 18, 2008
The Secret of DEET? It Masks Odors That Usually Attract Bugs
New York Times: Science Times

March 14, 2008
Hiding From Biting Insects in Plain Scent

March 14, 2008
Deciphering DEET
Toronto Globe and Mail

March 14, 2008
Chemicals Like DEET In Bug Spray Work By Masking Human Odors
Science Daily

March 13, 2008
DEET works by masking body odor from bugs

March 13, 2008
DEET Blocks Bugs From Smelling Humans as "Food"
National Geographic News

March 13, 2008
DEET Works by Masking Body Odor From Bugs
ABC News

March 13, 2008
Why DEET Bugs Mosquitoes
Study: DEET Blocks Mosquitoes From Smelling The Bait They Crave
CBS News

March 13, 2008
How DEET jams insects' smell sensors
Nature News

March 13, 2008
Bug Spray Discovery Could Lead to Safer Insect Repellents
Voice of America

March 13, 2008
Chemical in bug spray works by masking human odors
Rockefeller NewsWire

March 3, 2008
Kenta Asahina successfully defends his PhD
See photos here.

February 5, 2008
Newly launched study to probe women’s response to male odor
Rockefeller NewsWire

December 31, 2007
Die Kraft der zwei Nasen (The Power of Two Noses)

December 30, 2007
Haaretz (Israel) newspaper article on Louis et al. Nature Neuroscience paper
Article Haaretz

December 29, 2007
Two 'Noses' Are Necessary For Flies To Navigate Well
Science Daily

December 23, 2007
New method enables scientists to see smells
Rockefeller NewsWire

December 21, 2007
Michael Crickmore is selected as the 2008 recipient of the Marco S. Stoffel Fellowship in Mind, Brain and Behavior

December 14, 2007
Michael Crickmore is selected as a 2008 recipient of the Robert Leet and Clara Guthrie Patterson Trust Postdoctoral Fellowship in Brain Circuitry
Patterson Trust

December 6, 2007
Smell Experience During Critical Period Alters Brain
Science Daily

December 5, 2007
Smell experience during critical period alters brain
Rockefeller NewsWire

December 2007
Dirty Pretty Things. For a rebellious generation of perfumers, smelling subtly sexy is hardly the point--they want us to smell like the deed itself
Elle, December 2007 issue. pp. 264ff.

December 2007
Losing Scents. A pheromone-gene link raises questions about the decline of nasal know-how
Scientific American

November 18, 2007
Pictures of the New York Academy of Sciences 'Science and the City' Benefit
New York Times

November 12, 2007
Leslie Vosshall named one of the winners of the Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists 2007
New York Academy of Sciences
Event photos

November 7, 2007
Kenta Asahina accepts a postdoctoral position at Caltech in David Anderson's lab, to begin in the summer of 2008

October 17, 2007
Accessory protein determines whether pheromones are detected
Rockefeller NewsWire

September 27, 2007
Scent of a man.

September 27, 2007
"Stop, hey, what's that smell?" bloggers ask
The Duke Chronicle

September 20, 2007
Sweaty or sweet - it depends on your genes
Nature Podcast

September 19, 2007
The Smell Of Sweaty Guys: Whether a man smells sweet or stinky is in the odorant receptor of the beholder
Chemical & Engineering News

September 18, 2007
Smell Test: What Women Like About Male Sweat. And Why.

September 16, 2007
Beauty is in the nose of the beholder

September 16, 2007
Research Links Smelling Differences to Gene
National Public Radio All Things Considered

September 16, 2007
Man's Scent Depends on Woman's Perception

September 16, 2007
Stinky? It's not his sweat, it's your nose
Scientific American.Com

September 16, 2007
Gene determines whether male body odor smells pleasant
Rockefeller NewsWire

June 28, 2007
Leslie Vosshall named a finalist for a 2007 Blavatnik Award for Young Scientists from the New York Academy of Sciences.

June 21, 2007
Maurizio Pellegrino named David Rockefeller Graduate Fellow at the 2007 Convocation Ceremony.

May 1, 2007
Matthieu Louis accepts a Junior Group Leader position in the Systems Biology Programme of the EMBL/Center for Genomic Regulation in Barcelona, Spain.

March 24, 2007
Mosquitoes target exhaled breath
BBC News

March 23, 2007
Humans, flies smell alike, neurobiologists find
Rockefeller NewsWire

January 10, 2007
All the Sensitive Noses Show Just How a City Has Changed
New York Times

January 4, 2007
Making the paper: Leslie Vosshall
Researchers work towards throwing mosquitoes off the scent

December 21, 2006
Nature PodCast: Insect Chemoreception

December 15, 2006
CO2-Hating Flies Betray CO2-Loving Mosquitoes: New discovery may lead to better bug repellant

December 13, 2006
Identification of carbon dioxide receptors in insects may help fight infectious disease
Rockefeller NewsWire

December 5, 2006
Walt Jones successfully defends his PhD
See photos here.

November 15, 2006
Richard Benton accepts an Assistant Professor position at the Center for Integrative Genomics at the Universite de Lausanne, Switzerland.

October 6, 2006
Pearl Goldwasser and family celebrate the birth of her first child.

April 27, 2006
Matthieu Louis receives a 2006-2008 Revson Senior Fellowship in Biomedical Sciences

March 30, 2006
Mathias Ditzen receives a 2006-2007 Henry and Marie Josee Kravis Postdoctoral Fellowship

March 22, 2006
Elane Fishilevich defends her PhD thesis
See photos here.

March 15, 2006
Leslie Vosshall is promoted to Associate Professor

February 15, 2006
Takao Nakagawa awarded prestigious JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowship for Research Abroad from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

January 20, 2006
Study shows a fundamental difference between how insects, mammals detect odors
Rockefeller NewsWire

January 9, 2006
Three Rockefeller scientists receive 2005 Mayor's awards
Rockefeller NewsWire

December 21, 2005
Watching fruit fly larvae crawl towards odors provides clues to how smells are detected
Rockefeller NewsWire

September 9, 2005
In flies, odorant receptors work together
Rockefeller NewsWire

July 2005
Outsmarting Olfaction: The Next Generation of Mosquito Repellents
Environmental Health Perspectives Volume 113, Number 7, July 2005

June 28, 2005
Collaboration with Axel Lab at Columbia University receives a grant offer from the Grand Challenges in Global Health Initiative to develop novel insect repellents in the fight against malaria.

May 25, 2005
Ana Isabel Domingos defends her PhD thesis at the University of Lisbon in Portugal
See photos here.

February 22, 2005
Don't stop and smell the roses "Blinding" an insect's sense of smell may be the best repellent, according to research by Rockefeller University scientist

January 2005
The Helen Hay Whitney Foundation Mourns The Loss of Dr. Maclyn McCarty - McCarty Fellowship Awarded In Memory

September 2, 2004
Essential smell gene may provide key to new insect repellents Repellents that block gene might help fight malaria and other infectious diseases

March 29, 2004
RADICAL THEORY OF SMELL CHALLENGED Human study fails to support controversial theory’s predictions

March 22, 2004
Rockefeller University scientists take on controversial and widely publicized "vibration theory" of smell

June 12, 2003
TILL Photonics Technology Award to Dr. Sachse at the Goettingen Neurobiology Conference

August 2002
Teachers, Students and Researchers Work Side-by-Side at Rockefeller University

June 26, 2002
2001 Presidential Early Career Awards Announced

February 23, 2001
An Alumna Sets Up Lab

Last updated: 8/21/2018August 22, 2018Margo Herre receives an NIH F30 Ruth L. Kirschstein NRSA Individual Predoctoral FellowshipJuly 17, 2018Krithika Venkataraman awarded a 2018 Boehringer Ingelhe

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