John's first author paper is out today in Nature Communications!
Check out this story about Zarinah!
The Graduate Program in Immunology is pleased to announce the recipients of this year's Immunology awards.
Here is a listing of Immunology Program members who will present at the AAI Annual Meeting.
Please do your best to attend each other’s presentations and connect while in San Diego, CA.
Please join me in congratulating Dr. Beth Moore on winning the Rackham Distinguished Mentor Award! Thank you to the many of you who wrote letters detailing her “willingness to spend countless hours of on-on-one counseling time with trainees, extraordinary commitment in helping trainees build up their own careers in scientific research, demonstrated exceptional willingness to provide scientific advices, commitment to training trainees in developing their writing and grantsmanship, enthusiasm for science and for teaching students and trainees, and her overall positive influence on the scientific community as a whole.”
We are “very fortunate to have someone with Beth’s level of academic and career success who maintains such a grounded attitude, a positive outlook, and an enthusiasm for training that shows her commitment to the future of science!”
Beth will be presented with the award at a public ceremony on April 22, 2019 in the Rackham Ampitheatre beginning at 3:30 pm. A reception will follow in the Assembly Hall. Beth's family, friend, colleagues, and students are encouraged to attend! Let's do our best to attend and show our appreciation for Beth.
Julia was selected by MSTP operating committee as the recipient of the Dean's Award for Research Excellence! She did her PhD work in Pavan Reddy's lab. Congratulations Julia!
Please see her story at: http://jem.rupress.org/content/early/2019/02/26/jem.20190217?papetoc
Congrats to Blake Heath for F31 award!
Blake Heath was honored with the John Wallace fellowship at the Autumn Immunology conference for his outstanding science!
On behalf of the Autumn Immunology Conference (AIC) Council, we are happy to share that Emily Yarosz has been selected to receive an AAI Young Investigator Award for her abstract entitled:“Understanding the role of cullin 3 in NKT cell peripheral maintenance”.
Her abstract was chosen based on the quality and impact of her research. She will be recognized with her fellow awardees at the Autumn Immunology Conference in Chicago on Friday night, November 17th at 7:15 PM in Salon III, 7th floor, preceding the keynote speaker. Her award also includes a cash prize.