Frank was awarded the Immunology Training Grant which supports him for a year.
Chrisse Lim successfully defended her dissertation on August 4th 2016. Topic of her Ph.D thesis is “Alternative splicing takes control of cytokine signaling". Dr. Lim is funded by A* fellowship from the Singaporean Government.
Jennifer Look is an undergraduate researcher in the Ram Lab.
The Husky 100 recognizes 100 UW undergraduate and graduate students from Bothell, Seattle and Tacoma in all areas of study who are making the most of their time at the UW.
For more information please visit: https://www.washington.edu/studentlife/husky100/
Hannes received his PhD in Infection Biology in 2014 from Hannover Medical School in Germany. He is currently a senior fellow in the Ram lab.
More information about this fellowship can be found here.
We are pleased to welcome several students who will be attached with us for the summer:
Shivam Zaver, MSTP student (rotation)
Jennifer Look, Mary Gates CoMotion Innovation Scholar
Shuying Liang, incoming University of Washington undergraduate
Amelia Clark, incoming Seattle University undergraduate
We look forward to a wonderful season of science!
Established in 2011 by The Gruber Foundation, the Gruber Science Fellowship is awarded to the most highly ranked applicants to Yale PhD programs in the life sciences, cosmology, and astrophysics. This Fellowship is the most prestigious award offered by Yale’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences to incoming science students in recognition of their outstanding accomplishments and exceptional promise.
Congratulations Ram, Gale and Oberst labs for leading workshops at this years girls-only Expanding Your Horizon Conference!
Abigail Jarret from the Ram Lab and Susana Orozco from the Oberst Lab taught a workshop on junk food protein quantification at this years Seattle Expanding Your Horizon Conference. Just down the hall several members of the Gale lab led a workshop focused on exploring innate immunity and infectious disease. Members of the Gale lab were even featured on KING5 local news!
"Seattle Expanding Your Horizons (SEYH) is a hands-on conference that encourages girls to explore the world of math, science and technology. Women biologists, botanists, engineers, veterinarians, and many other local professional women enthusiastically volunteer their time to host workshops that introduce girls to exciting careers involving math, science and computer technology."