Newsworthy

Milcah Scott

Congratulations to Milcah Scott on her Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) Individual Predoctoral Fellowship.

ReJus seminar

ReJUS is excited to announce the establishment of a new invited postdoctoral fellow seminar series. The series will begin in the summer of 2021 and run through the rest of the year

H. Orr

The Laboratory, Medicine, and Pathology department has developed a "Legends in Pathology" video series to highlight the work done by current and past LMP faculty. Many are affiliated with CFI and the history is rich.

 

Hogquist

Dr. Kris Hogquist has been Kris has been named a 2021 distinguished Fellow of the American Association of Immunologists(AAI).

Congrats
Marc 2019

The American Association of Immunologists (AAI) has bestowed their highest honor, the  Lifetime Achievement Award on Dr. Marc Jenkins.

ReJUS EWIS and CFI

One of the goals of the Restorative Justice for the Underrepresented in Science (ReJUS) group at the CFI is to improve our knowledge of the history of racism and present-day impact of racism and how it affects our ability to access a common set of resources, including access and opportunities in STEM fields. ReJUS will also link with other organizations such as EWIS and qualified professionals to provide diversity and bias training.

sathi
UMN Medical School researchers from the Masopust lab have offered new ways to think about the immune system thanks to a recent study published in Nature. Their research, led by Sathi Wijeyesinghe, Ph.D., indicates organ tissues become increasingly immune throughout life, these findings may begin to alter fundamental ideas regarding the rules of vaccination and the immune system's function within the body.

 

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