John’s paper is out !!

CONGRATS to John Reiser ! His paper on the role of Eomes in regulating IL-10 in effector CD8 T cells just came out in Cellular Immunology !!

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Welcome to Gideon Wolf

Gideon Wolf joins the lab for his thesis work ! Gideon is a 2nd year MSTP student at the UMSOM and this will be his first year of the Ph.D component of his MD/PhD. Gideon graduated from Columbia University and […]

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Kenny goes Ethiopian.

Happy Birthday Kenny ! Kenny’s a year older this week and he needed a break from revising his paper :-). So we had Ethiopian Lunch at Ebenezer Ethiopian on Pratt. John, Gideon, Courtney & Kenny

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Winter Book Club : The Madhouse Effect

Our next book club read is “The Madhouse Effect” by Michael Mann & Tom Toles. This is a summary of the science and the politics behind climate change… Ebook is available on the Forum for lab members & students comments […]

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2018 Summer Lab Photo & the Summer Book Club Discussion

We had our discussion of the summer book club selection (Stumbling on Happiness – see http://blog.nevillab.org/?p=772) at the Pickles Pub …. and we also have the traditional lab potrait for the summer (Kesha will have to be photoshopped in :-)) […]

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We welcome Gideon Wolf for his Lab Rotation !

Gideon is in the MSTP (MD/PhD) program of the UMSOM and is about to start the Ph.D. – after wrapping up two years of required MD course-work & clinics. He joins us for a lab rotation this summer ! Gideon […]

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Congrats Patrick – selected for the UMSOM Mid-Summer research panel !

Patrick Pryal, the 2018 UM Scholar in the lab (and a rising senior from UM College Park) was selected to represent the UM Scholar program at the 2018 Mid-Summer Research Retreat of the School of Medicine. Patrick gave a talk, […]

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Summer Book Club : Stumbling on Happiness

Stumbling on Happiness : by Daniel Todd Gilbert was voted our book club choice for this summer. Blurb from goodreads: Why are lovers quicker to forgive their partners for infidelity than for leaving dirty dishes in the sink? • Why […]

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2018 FIFA World Cup !

The lab is not immune to soccer fever … here is a view of the break room door, with almost everyone’s world cup brackets filled in .

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Welcome to Gillian Mbambo, MMI rotation student !

Gillian Mbambo joins the lab for her rotation. Gillian is a first year PhD student in the GPILS – Microbiology and Molecular Immunology program here at the UMSOM. GPILS students typically complete three lab rotations before joining a thesis lab.

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