Vote for UNC SOM research during STAT Madness 2018!

STAT magazine's annual March Madness biomedical research competition is in the round of 32. Find the UNC School of Medicine Logo and vote for Bryan Roth's research on the science of LSD.

STAT Madness 2018, a March Madness-style competition among biomedical science lovers across the land, is in the round of 32, which ends tonight. And we need your vote for the lab of Bryan Roth, MD, PhD, whose team figured out what a serotonin receptor looks like when bound to LSD, an absurdly difficult task that uncovered a fascinating tidbit about why acid trips last so long. His lab’s work was published in Cell and featured here. Roth is the Michael Hooker Distinguished Professor of Protein Therapeutics and Translational Proteomics in the department of pharmacology and member of the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Go to STAT's website here, find the UNC School of Medicine logo and vote! You only need to vote for this. You do not have to fill out the bracket.

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