All the hard work on travel grant applications to conferences pays off! Lauren Gentles, Kate Dusenbury, Shirleen Soh, and Alistair Russell all receive travel grants to the ASV meeting. Sarah Hilton receives a SPAC travel grant to attend the SMBE meeting.
Hugh Haddox and Adam Dingens publish in eLife a comparative study of the effects of mutations to the Env proteins of two different HIV strains.
We bid Bargavi Thyagarajan farewell as she heads to New York to begin work at the HIV Vaccine Enterprise after a very productive postdoc.
Our lab makes a small contribution to the Hensley lab's excellent study in PNAS showing how original antigenic sin might help explain the high rate of pdmH1N1 infections in middle-aged adults during the last flu seasion.
Ian wins program cover design competition for the 2011 Basic Sciences Retreat
Center News |Evolutionary biologist Bloom joins Center: Basic Sciences and Public Health Sciences divisions’ Jesse Bloom brings protein evolution, computational expertise to stimulate broad cross-disciplinary research