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 :-)) […]
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, […]
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 […]
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 .
John’s Birthday lunch at Koopers We also combined it with our book club discussion (see http://blog.nevillab.org/?p=723 ) !
Pictures from Courtney’s Birthday lunch at the turkish restaurant Cazbar:
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 […]
Spring book club for the lab is “The Compatibility Gene” by Daniel M. Davis. The book is meant as a primer to transplantation, histocompatibility etc – so should be a quick read for folks who are already in Immuno.
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. […]