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G Protein-Coupled Receptor Signaling in Phototransduction
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Dr. Jane Sayer, an NIH research scientist in
NIDDK, has established the Sayer Vision
Research Lecture and Award at the Foundation
for the National Institutes of Health (FNIH), in
partnership with the National Eye Institute (NEI)
at NIH, to honor her family and the memory
of her parents, Winthrop and Laura Sayer.
The lecture and award series will provide an
opportunity for honorees to explore areas of
interdisciplinary collaboration that may lead
to advances in diverse medical specialties with
relevance to vision research. A number of factors
place vision science in a position for major
advances in the near futureincluding the large
number of identified genes relevant to eye
disease and the relative ease with which pathology
can be visualized and documented in the eye.
The Sayer Vision Research Fund will support
two related activities: a lecture by a nationally
or internationally prominent scientistfrom
within or outside the NIHin a discipline with
relevance to vision research, and an award to
a promising new investigator in vision research
within the intramural NIH community. The winner
of this award will receive a grant-in-aid for his
or her current research and will be asked to
present the next Sayer Vision Research Lecture
which will provide the awardee with broad
recognition both locally and internationally.
G protein-coupled receptor signaling in phototransduction / Krzysztof Palczewski.
Palczewski, Krzysztof. National Institutes of Health (U.S.)
Light Signal Transduction--physiology Receptors, G-Protein-Coupled--physiology