August 5, 2013
The Oberstaller et al., C. parvum gene expression analysis has been published: Here is the link: http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2164/14/516
We would like to welcome Suman Pakala to the Research group. He is joining us from JCVI. He will be working on the Malaria Host-Pathogen interaction Center project. Welcome!
We would like to welcome UGA Computer Science graduate student Mustafa Nural to the Malaria Host-Pathogen interaction Center project. Welcome!
We would like to welcome UGA Computer Science student Michael Cotterell to the Research group. He will be preparing our Web service additions to the Galaxy tool shed this summer. Welcome!
March 28, 2013
Betsy Wenthe wins the Office of International Education "Open Arms Award" for her help and guidance of International student visitors and the challenges they face. Congratulations !!!!
March 25, 2013
Graduate student Ranjani Namasivayam has won the Genetics Department Mote award. This will provide her with $1,000 for her research. Congratulations Ranjani!
Undergraduate student Katharine Korunes has been accepted for a summer REU at the University of Wyoming to study molecular evolution with David Liberles. Enjoy!
February 11, 2013
Bioinformatics Programmer/Analyst Vishal Nayak has joined the lab as part of the MaHPIC project. Welcome Vishal!
January 23, 2013
Malaria Host-Pathogen Interaction Center Web Site is released (http://www.systemsbiology.emory.edu/index.html). It marks the beginning of the Systems Biology Project.
January 17, 2013
Katharine Korunes, Undergraduate Genetics Major, Honor's student and researcher in the lab to present at 27th National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) Katharine's abstract submission, "Annotation of the Sarcocystis neurona Genome – Challenges and Lessons Learned," was approved for presentation at NCUR 2013 at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Chosen from more than 3,500 submissions, her abstract was deemed to demonstrate a unique contribution to the field of study and is being afforded the opportunity to present her work to her peers, faculty, and staff from around the world.