ACTSI Investigator Dr. Keqiang Ye in the News

Keqiang Ye, PhD, ACTSI investigator and professor of pathology and laboratory medicine, pharmacology, and biochemistry and cell development, Emory School of Medicine

Lab Land | The secrets of a new Alzheimer’s secretase
December 3, 2015

Lab Land | Are TrkB agonists ready for translation into the clinic?
March 12, 2015

Emory News Center | Molecule from trees helps female mice only resist weight gain
March 5, 2015

Land Lad | Acidity of aging leads to new Alzheimer’s drug target
November 10, 2014

Lab Land | Hunting for potential diabetes drugs
July 9, 2014

Lab Land | Growth factor mimics promote recovery after nerve injury
October 3, 2013

Lab Land | Blocking glioblastoma escape
July 23, 2013

Lab Land | Tangled up with tau
November 29, 2012

Atlanta Business Chronicle | Obesity treatment patent
November 9, 2012

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