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 !!
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 […]
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 :-)) […]
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 […]
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. […]
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].
Our choice for the 2nd Book Club of 2017 is “The Language Instinct: How the Mind Creates Language” by Steven Pinker. Discussion is tentatively scheduled for July 15th at the Pickles Pub. Lab members can view/download the ebook & audiobook […]
Hard as it is for an Immunology student to understand the cultural “opposition” to vaccines, wading though the public discussions on the topic does bring up an important point that IS relevant to graduate education. This relates to our direct […]
For February’s Lab Book Club discussion, the students chose the now “classic” from Steven D. Levitt & Stephen J. Dubner – Freakonomics: : A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything. The book, originally published in 2005, has been […]