Gideon’s paper on the alteration of T cell dynamics in vivo after FLT3L treatment is out : https://rdcu.be/cZBR8 . This was a long journey 🙂 Congrats to Gideon, Allie, Kenny and Zach – for sticking with it through the revisions […]
Crystal Stinson Crystal joins the lab as a Laboratory assistant after completing her training with the BioTechnical Institute (BTI)‘s BioStart program.
Since 1984, Fundamental Immunology has been THE definitive texbook for graduate/post-graduate level Immunology and the go-to reference for the state of the field. Until 2015, it was edited by the late Dr. William E. Paul. Typically, the book compiles chapters […]
Dr. Gideon Wolf !!! CONGRATULATIONS !!!! Gideon defends his thesis in front of the UMSOM audience – an in-person defense after a long series of virtual thesis seminars.
The GOIDL talk at UMSOM is an endowed lecture (named after Prof. Edmond Goidl) presented annually by a renowned contemporary Immunologist, selected by departmental faculty. This year’s speaker was Dr. Rafi Ahmed from Emory University. Here are some of our […]
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 is the winner for the Departmental SPARK awards for Feb 2020 !
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 […]
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 […]
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].