Successful funding for the Rackham Student Ally for Diversity grant
Mark Painter receives NIH F31 award
The Graduate Program in Immunology is pleased to announce the recipients of this year's Immunology awards.
The Monte V. Hobbs Student Awardees are Peter Chockley (Venkat Keshamouni Lab) and Sonya Wolf (Michelle Kahlenberg Lab).
They will each be presented with a $500 check at the Retreat for their personal use.
This year's Herman and Dorothy Miller Award for Innovative Immunology Research recipients are Peter Chockley (Venkat Keshamouni Lab) and
Giovanny Martinez-Colon (B. Moore Lab). Their mentors will each receive $20K to use toward their graduate education.
We look forward to the applicants' presentations at the Immunology Retreat.
Thank you to all of you who participated in these competitions and congratulations to the recipients!
Attached is a listing of Immunology Program members who will present at AAI.
Please do your best to attend each other’s presentations and connect while in D.C.
Malini Raghavan and Immunology students secure Rackham funding for Immunology program!
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.