Dr. Eugene M. Oltz, PhD has been awarded the American Association of Immunologists Distinguished Service Award for outstanding service to the AAI and the immunology community. He has been valuable a member and chair of the AAI Publication Committee since 2012. The 2017 AAI award winners will be recognized at IMMUNOLOGY 2017™ – May 12-16, Washington, DC.
Postdoc named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list for health care
Carrie A. Cowardin, PhD studies the gut microbes’ influence on bone development in the lab of Jeffrey I. Gordon, MD.
Crouch and Edelson receive teaching awards from medical students
Erika Crouch received the Course Master of the Year from the class of 2018 and Brian Edelson received a Distinguished Service Teaching Award from the class of 2019.
$10 million gift creates Bursky Center for Human Immunology and Immunotherapy
Research harnesses immune system against cancer, other diseases.
Murphy, Virgin elected to National Academy of Sciences
Membership is one of highest honors that can be awarded to U.S. scientists
Colonna receives $500,000 grant from the Cure Alzheimer’s Fund
The two-year grant funds work to study the biological impact of TREM locus mutations in Alzheimer’s Disease. Marco Colonna, MD is the Robert Rock Bellliveau Professor of Pathology & Immunology and Professor of Medicine.
Randolph receives $1.2M grant from NIH/NIAID
The five-year grant funds work to study the differentiation and function of monocytes and macrophages. Gwendalyn Randolph, PhD is Professor of Pathology & Immunology, Professor of Medicine and Head of the Division of Immunobiology.
Colonna receives multiple grants totaling $1.5M
The one-year $381,240 grant from the National Institutes of Health / National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases funds work to study the Inhibitory Receptors in Immunity Against Lethal Acute Virus Infection. The five-year $1,906,250 grant from the National Institutes of Health / National Institute on Aging, funds work to study TREM2 in Microglia Biology and Alzheimer’s Disease. […]
Randolph receives $3.8M grant from NIH
The five-year $3,812,500 grant from the National Institutes of Health / National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases funds work to study Integrating Cell and Lipoprotein Trafficking with Vascular Biology in Human IBD. Gwendalyn Randolph, PhD is Professor of Pathology & Immunology, Professor of Medicine and Head of the Division of Immunobiology.
Randolph chosen to receive NIH director’s Pioneer Award
The award is funded by the NIH Common Fund’s High-Risk, High-Reward Research program.
Unanue receives International Senior Award in Immunology
Emil Unanue, MD, Paul and Ellen Lacy Professor of Pathology & Immunology, is the laureate of the International Senior Award in the field of “Immunology” for his research on the recognition of proteins by the immune system.