CFI would like to congratulate Dr. Brian Fife, he has been awarded one of the five collaborative two-year research grants supported by the Minnesota Partnership for Biotechnology and Medical Genomics

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Tijana Martinov, a Ph.D. candidate in the Fife lab, a leader of the Association of Multicultural Scientists, and an active member of the Career Development Committee within her graduate program was awarded the 2018 Sharon L. Doherty Award on October 11, 2018


The Center for Immunology would like to congratulate Dave Masopust as he is honored with the highest recognition of excellence in health research by AHC faculty and becomes a member of the Academies for Excellence.


Congratulations to Kris Hogquist who has been named the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology's Vice Chair for Research. 

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The Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology (LMP) spotlights work being done in the Jameson lab on T cell self-tolerance to test how vaccines work in treating autoimmune disease and cancer.

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On August 7, 2018, the Masonic Cancer Center announced the first Chainbreaker Breakthrough Cancer Research Grant would be awarded to a multi-disciplinary team of 13 researchers will be co-led by Timothy K.

In the July 2018 issue of Nature Reviews Immunology, Jeffery Bluestone recalls his first meeting with Marc Jenkins.  Changing the way that Bluestone viewed T cell tolerance.


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The Center for Immunology would like to welcome Dr. Tyler Bold, Department of Medicine to our group in WMBB.


The transfer of microorganisms from dirty mice to standard SPF mice can induce a number of interesting immunological changes, and now researchers have a space that they can use to carry out their necessary experiments.