UW faculty, staff, postdocs, and graduate students are invited to share their innovative evidence-based teaching practices or research at the 16th Annual Teaching & Learning Symposium (April 6, HUB Ballroom, UW Seattle campus). Showcase your work and build community with colleagues from all three campuses! Calling for proposals until December 9th!
Scroll through the 5 CERID publications from CERID labs, PIs, and lab technicians publications that have hit the PubMed stands since the end of August! The scope of the individual publications is wide, covering a number of important pathogens and viruses from Mycobacterium tuberculosis to Plasmodium falciparum!
Meet Hybiske lab graduate student Mark Fernandez! Learn about his work at CERID, where it's taking him and his favorite coffee order.
The University of Washington was named the 10th best university on the global scale this past week according to the US News and World Report rankings. CERID was listed as one of the 280 specialized research centers of note.
CERID lab PI Michael Gale Jr. and CERID affiliate Kristina Adams Waldorf and their work were recently featured by the UW Medicine Newsroom team. Read the full feature by Barbara Clements!
It's that time again! Prepare a shared dish for the annual Halloween Potluck and Dessert Competition! Take a break from bench work and judge some tasty treats. Gathering time is 12-2 pm on Thursday, October 31st in the CERID 6th floor break and conference room.
Join us in the Orin Auditorium on October 30th for the 2019 STD and AIDS Research Symposium, a University of Washington/Fred Hutch Center for AIDS Research event.
Please join the CERID Safety Team and the rest of UW Medicine SLU for the 2019 Great Washington Shake Out on October 17th, 10:17am.
Meet Van Voorhis lab research scientist Grant Whitman! Learn about his CERID journey, where it's taking him and his favorite coffee order.
Scroll through the 5 CERID publications from CERID labs, PIs, and lab technicians publications that have hit the PubMed stands since the end of August! The scope of the individual publications is wide, covering a number of important pathogens and viruses from Shigella flexneri to neuropathological West Nile virus infections.
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