Paige has been selected to be supported by the Genetics Training Grant T32. The training grant provides a stipend and travel funds, as well as opportunities to present, host speakers, and for scientific and professional development. Congratulations Paige!
Paige Eberle and Helena Hopson have joined the lab for their Ph.D. research. Welcome! We’re excited to have them as the first students in the lab and to see what discoveries lie ahead. Paige Eberle Helena Hopson
Together with Azim Ansari, Ellen will be hosting a symposium at the 2020 annual meeting of the Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution (SMBE). The topic of the symposium is “Host-parasite co-evolution through joint genome analyses” and will bring together researchers working on genomic, transcriptomic or potentially other ‘omic datasets dually collected for host and pathogen species....
RT @grg_perry: May I request memory help? This year or last, a group publishing a human evolutionary genomics paper also prepared companion…Read More
RT @s_n_kariuki: Our manuscript finally published today! Read more about how the rare Dantu blood group protects against malaria: https://t…Read More
RT @raverdugos: Recién salido del horno @GenomicoChile @covid19_hgi @COVID19hg_cl https://t.co/LNcQomHwTkRead More
RT @raverdugos: Estamos en busca de personas en Chile que hayan tenido COVID-19 y quieran participar de un estudio genético. A cambio, reci…Read More
@BlockInTheBack @sltrib We’re still out too! Might take refuge in the deptRead More
RT @GinnyHowick: I am hiring a Research Assistant/Associate to study how transmission through mosquitoes shapes malaria parasite population…Read More
RT @SFGravel: A lot of genetic studies discard data from minority groups. But diversity without (statistical) inclusion is exclusion. It’s…Read More
RT @rayner_julian: Recruiting two postdocs and a research assistant to use genetics/cell biology to understand malaria parasite erythrocyte…Read More
@mgalactus @TWINCOREtweets Great news!! Congratulations!Read More
RT @TimWebster17: We're planning on continuing the Evolutionary Genetics of Human and Nonhuman Primates (EGHOP) journal club this fall. It'…Read More