Stanley Lab student Robyn Jong was the recipient of the 2019 CEND Kathleen L. Miller Fellowship: http://cend.globalhealth.berkeley.edu/2019/05/28/2019-2020-cend-fellowships-announced/. Congratulations Robyn!
Matt filed his dissertation and graduated in May! He will be headed to the University of Chicago for his Postdoc at the end of the summer. Nice work Matt! We will miss you!
The lab welcomes Kayla Dinshaw, an MCB PhD student! We also welcome Jo Vinden and Bridget Luckie who are joint students with Bryan Greenhouse (UCSF) and Jay Keasling. Welcome everyone!
Our amazing Bridges to Baccalaureate student Bianca was accepted to UC Berkeley! We cant wait to welcome Bianca to campus in the fall. Go Bears!
Katie filed her thesis and will be graduating this December. Lucky for us, she will stick around until June to finish her papers. Congrats Katie! We will all miss you but can’t wait to see what you do next!
Erik and Sarah along with interns Daniel and Jo taught a workshop on the analysis of T cells as a part of the annual workshop held by the Alliance for Global Health and Science. We had an amazing group of students from Makarere University! Thanks everyone for a great experience!
Congrats to Erik and Kim! https://www.cell.com/cell-reports/fulltext/S2211-1247(18)30532-1
The lab welcomes new graduate students Ronald Rodriguez (PMB) and Dan Fines (MCB)!
Members of the Stanley Lab and friends have dinner in Seattle after Matt's talk at the PacTB conference.
Jonathan visits from Boston and the lab celebrates their paper with drinks at Eureka!
The Stanley lab welcomes a new lab manager, Alexander Baltodano, a recent UC grad.
A link to the paper on pubmed can be found here: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28754681
Sarah's first graduate student Jonathan graduated and is headed to MIT for a posdoctoral fellowship with Omer Yilnaz. Good luck Jonathan! You will be missed!
Katie gave a great talk at Pac-TB! http://cend.globalhealth.berkeley.edu/2016/09/02/2017pactb/
We are looking forward to next year in Seattle!
Matt gave a well received talk at the 2017 TB Keystone titled "Macrophage Lipid Droplet Formation is Mediated by HIF-1alpha during TB Infection". Great job Matt!
The Stanley and Cox labs celebrate the opening of the newly renovated BSL3 in LKS.
The lab welcomes two new graduate students, Marietta Ravesloot and Erik Van Dis. We also welcome our new undergraduate researcher, Vivian Chen and Staff Research Associate, Sorel Ouonkap.