News and Announcements

Research Matters!

As part of Brown's 250th Anniversary Fall Celebration, eight student speakers were invited to present at the Graduate School's symposium on September 27th.  Among these eight was 5th-year student Stephen Zins!  The main goal of this symposium was to heighten the visibility of graduate students’ scholarly contributions.  Impressive, as more than 50 nominations were received. 


World Traveler

Courtney Anderson attended the 2014 RIKEN IMS Summer Program in Yokohama, Japan:  http://www.ims.riken.jp/risp/.  Courtney was one of only 42 participants invited to spend a week at the RIKEN facilities during which time she attended the IMS-JSI International Symposium on Immunology.

Courtney presented "Mouse iNKT cell development and functions are differentially regulated by SHIP-1"Courtney presented "Mouse iNKT cell development and functions are differentially regulated by SHIP-1"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Fellowship Award

First-year graduate student Zachary Wilson has been selected as a 2014 Frederic Poole Gorham pre-doctoral Fellow.  The designation of a meritorious student is made by the Associate Dean for Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies in consultation with Graduate Program Directors.  Congratulations Zach!

 


 

Pathobiology Program Newsletter

The Pathobiology newsletter is in the form of a Brown blog and can be found at the following address:

 

 

http://blogs.brown.edu/pathobionews/

 

The purpose of the newsletter is to promote the achievements of Pathobiology students and faculty and to develop a resource for students to share experiences and knowledge with one another.