Welcome alumni

This webpage is dedicated to record and share the post-course successes of our Cellular Biology of Addiction alumni. Because even though you've graduated from the course that doesn't mean/who says we  can't... Below are sections of the latest happenings of your fellow alumni. If you have news you want to share - a published paper, grant, promotion, new baby. etc. - let us know so we can post it here for us to celebrate.

NEWS & FEATURES

  • Congrats Peter Gaskill '09 and Habibeh Khoshbouie '09 on the recent publication
  • Congrats Sadie Nennig '17 on the NIH NRSA F31 Predoctoral Fellowship!
  • Congrats Sadie Nennig '17 on the acceptance of her paper into Neuropsychopharmacology!

MEETINGS & cONFERENCES

  • Neuroscience 2017 | November 2017 | Washington, DC
  • Fake Meeting Name | October 2017 | Los Angeles, CA 

Inform your fellow alumni on Facebook/Twitter of which one(s) you're attending to coordinate a mini-reunion.


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PUBLICATIONS RESULTING FROM THE COURSE

Fedosyuk, Sofiya; Bezerra, Gustavo Arruda; Radakovics, Katharina; Smith, Terry K; Sammito, Massimo; Bobik, Nina; Round, Adam; Ten Eyck, Lynn F; Djinovic-Carugo, Kristina; Usón, Isabel; Skern, Tim (2016). Vaccinia Virus Immunomodulator A46: A Lipid and Protein-Binding Scaffold for Sequestering Host TIR-Domain Proteins. PLOS PATHOG;12(12):e1006079. PMID: 27973613

Fedosyuk, Sofiya; Bezerra, Gustavo Arruda; Radakovics, Katharina; Smith, Terry K; Sammito, Massimo; Bobik, Nina; Round, Adam; Ten Eyck, Lynn F; Djinovic-Carugo, Kristina; Usón, Isabel; Skern, Tim (2016). Vaccinia Virus Immunomodulator A46: A Lipid and Protein-Binding Scaffold for Sequestering Host TIR-Domain Proteins. PLOS PATHOG;12(12):e1006079. PMID: 27973613

Fedosyuk, Sofiya; Bezerra, Gustavo Arruda; Radakovics, Katharina; Smith, Terry K; Sammito, Massimo; Bobik, Nina; Round, Adam; Ten Eyck, Lynn F; Djinovic-Carugo, Kristina; Usón, Isabel; Skern, Tim (2016). Vaccinia Virus Immunomodulator A46: A Lipid and Protein-Binding Scaffold for Sequestering Host TIR-Domain Proteins. PLOS PATHOG;12(12):e1006079. PMID: 27973613