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June 27, 2017
In race to crack autism’s code, two contenders shoot ahead

Spectrum, June 27, 2017
Still, studies cataloging the effects of mutations in SCN2A may shore up its association with autism, says Holly Stessman, assistant professor of pharmacology at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. “I think the current work in SCN2A really highlights a need to understand the function of a mutation,” she says.
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Hotel, motel workers to be trained

Lincoln Journal Star, June 26, 2017
Two hundred people are sold for sex every month in Lincoln and another 700 are sold in other parts of the state, according to a report from Creighton University.
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Creighton Entomologist Draws Attention to Region's Dangerous Spiders

KIOS, June 26, 2017
Creighton University Professor of Entomology Dr. Theodore Burk wants people to be vigilant about two potentially dangerous spiders they might encounter this summer – the Western Black Widow and the Brown Recluse.
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