Nisha and Weiping have an accepted article in Nature Immunology Reviews:
Title: Chemokines in the cancer microenvironment and their relevance in cancer immunotherapy
Authors: Nisha Nagarsheth, Max Wicha, and Weiping Zou
Immunology Program 2017 Prelim Exams
Please join us for Andrew Vonberg's Thesis Defense, "The Importance of CD19+ Cells from Pre-diabetic NOD Mice in Delaying Onset of Disease in an Adoptive Transfer Model of Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus" on April 3rd at 9 AM in 2903 Taubman Health Sciences Library. Light refreshments will be served.
Holly has been awarded the 2017 Willie Hobbs Moore award from Rackham. It is an award designed to recognize an individual in STEM whose achievements encourage and inspire others to achieve their goals. Holly was nominated for her activities in peer mentoring, teaching, FEMMES, her work in Ethiopia and her work on DEI initiatives. Congratulations Holly! We are proud of you!
Due to the power outage, Giovanny will present his IMM 815 presentation in the South Lecture Hall in MSI at 9 AM on Thursday, March 9th
The Immunology Graduate Program now has a Twitter account! Follow us to get updates on journal clubs, speakers and more!
Dr. Zou named J. Immunol. Section Editor
Congrats David and Peter for earning Rackham Predoctoral Fellowships!