Gideon’s opinion piece on using modular approaches to study HIV just got accepted to Viral Immunology!! . Congrats Gideon & good job keeping working through challenging reviews. Cool ideas and a great way to close the door on 2020 ! […]
For this fall, the lab is reading “Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind”by Yuval Noah Harari. Comments, thoughts, etc. will be updated after the discussion…
Given the current shutdown of research, various summer programs that typically operate in the UMSOM are being forced to devise alternate strategies to engage interns over the summer. One path is to increase Virtual lectures and courses. So Courtney volunteered […]
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 !!
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 […]
Courtney Matson : August, 15, 2019 TOX reinforces the phenotype and longevity of exhausted T cells in chronic viral infection – Alfie, F. et al. ; Nature. 2019 Jul;571(7764):265-269 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31207605 In addition to the above paper, also see the related […]
Congratulations to Kenneth Rosenberg, 3rd year MD/PhD student in the lab on his paper on neurotransmitter receptors on T cells being accepted to Brain, Behavior and Immunity !! Update: Kenny’s paper is online now : https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30953766
Our book club choice for this session is “The righteous mind by Jonathan Haidt“. This one was from Kenny’s repository. Book is on the lab server for everyone to read up !