Happy Birthday Courtney !

Pictures from Courtney’s Birthday lunch at the turkish restaurant Cazbar:

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Congrats to Courtney – 2018 GRC Outstanding Presentation Award !!

Yaay Courtney ! Courtney Matson (3rd year MMI grad student in the lab) won the 2018 UMD Graduate Research Conference, Outstanding Presentation Award yesterday !!! Here are some more pix of the reception afterward. Bret Hassel, Susannah Shissler & Martin […]

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Spring Book Club: The Compatibility Gene

Spring book club for the lab is “The Compatibility Gene” by Daniel M. Davis. The book is meant as a primer to the role of MHC genes – so should be a quick read for folks who are already in […]

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Congratulations to Courtney & Kenny !

Abstracts from Courtney Matson (3rd year MMI Graduate student) and Kenny Rosenberg (2nd year MSTP student) in the lab were selected for separate oral presentations at Immunology2018, the AAI symposium in Austin TX. They will each give talks on their […]

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Book Club : Lone Survivors – by Chris Stringer

For our 2017 Holiday reading, we chose “Lone Survivors” by Chris Stringer – which expands on his Out of Africa hypothesis for human evolution in the light of newer evidence of genetic mixing in early humans outside the African continent. […]

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Happy Birthday Kenny !

Pictures from Kenny’s Birthday lunch at The Kona Grill :

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Congrats Allie (& Happy Birthday) !!

Allie cleared her qualifying exams last week and is now officially a Ph.D. candidate in the Biochemistry & Molecular Biology program of the UMSOM Graduate School. We lunched out at The Ale house to celebrate.

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UMD Advanced Immunology Course

The graduate program’s Advanced Immunology course begins this week. The course is directed by Martin Flajnik and he invites a stellar cast of friends to guest lecture in the series. This year’s faculty include Polly Matzinger, Paul Love, Avinash Bhandoola, […]

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Farewell to Rachel @ Blue Agave !

Rachel Bour left the lab to start her Ph.D thesis at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville – on tissue engineering. Rachel was the first summer intern to join our lab back in 2014 and then came back during her break […]

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Advice to Grad Students – From Dr. Iris Lindberg

This is a Powerpoint presentation from Prof. Lindberg in the Department of Neurobiology here on how to be successful in Grad School : [Click here to view the page through the Lindberg Lab website].

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