Congratulations Courtney – Review in Press !!!

Courtney Matson’s review article titled “Manipulating the TCR signaling network for cellular immunotherapy: Challenges & opportunities” is now in press in Molecular Immunology. Aaaay !! Congrats Courtney !!

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The Virtual World : for Micro & Immuno students

Ever since the implementation of social distancing in responce to Covid19 (that started March 9th), the closing of all in-person seminars/lectures (March 23) and finally the shutdown of non-essential research … the Microbiology & Immunology program as a whole (in […]

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New Publication in TI

Our collaboration with Zvi Grossman on a theoretical model for flushing out latently infected T cells in HIV patients is accepted to Trends in Immunology. Congrats to Zvi & all the authors ! ‘Rinse-and-Replace’: Boosting T-Cell Turnover to reduce HIV-1 […]

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Aaay Courtney ! Very SPARKy !!

Courtney is the winner for the Departmental SPARK awards for Feb 2020 !

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The John Migration

Dr. John Reiser Ph.D (Molecular Medicine) … leaves us for his new life as a Scientist at Fate Therapeutics in San Diego, CA. John is interested in Tumor Immunotherapy and got himself great options – with postdoc offers from the […]

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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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Welcome to John Reiser – Molecular Medicine Graduate Student.

John Reiser transfers to our lab to complete his thesis project on Tbet and Eomes in T cells – in the context of anti-tumor responses. John is a fourth year graduate student in the Molecular Medicine program of GPILS.

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We welcome Winny Sun for her Graduate Lab Rotation !

Winny Sun joins our lab for the summer as a 1st year graduate student in the GPILS Biochemistry and Molecular Biology program at the UMDSOM.

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