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.
Dr. Van Voorhis, Lynn Barrett, and UW-collaborator Isabelle Phan, PhD, attended the 4th annual Amoeba Summit in Orlando, Florida presented by the Jordan Smelski Foundation for Amoeba Awareness. The summit brought together physicians, hospital officials, and laboratory staff, researchers, government officials and families touched by the devastating Naegleria fowleri caused infection - Primary Amebic Meningoencephalitis (PAM).
The CERID Trainee Journal Club is looking to expand their group! You're invited to join! Graduate students, postdocs, undergraduates and research scientists welcome!
The University of Washington's Division of Allergy and Infectious Disease is excited to announce the dates for their divisional journal club. Learn more here and RSVP for the upcoming meeting, September 23rd!
The University of Washington's Whole U featured CERID's Dr. Thomas Hawn in their Friday Faculty spotlight. You can read the full article here!
CERID will host their first symposium to highlight the work of principal investigators, lab staff, postdocs and students within the infectious disease research scope. The event will take place all day from 9:30 - 5:00 pm, Thursday, September 19th in the Orin Smith Auditorium (SLU Campus, Building C). Join us!
Join the Center for Microbiome Sciences & Therapeutics (CMiST)'s Microbiome Club meeting every other Thursday, 9-10am in the UW Health Sciences Building J-wing Rm J156. The club works to facilitate a space to come together, share work, initiate collaborations, and further promote microbiome research at the UW and other neighboring institutions!
The Zika virus (ZIKV) outbreak in 2014-2016 was both illuminating and instructive – a group of UW investigators along with international collaborators are hoping to be the next line of defense in research against emerging and re-emerging arboviruses globally. Read about the massive proposal for the University of Washington Arboviral Research Network here!
See what we've been working on! Scroll through the eight CERID affiliated publications that came out in August! Read the truncated abstracts and follow the links to the full publications.
CERID has begun hosting Social Hours on the last Thursday of each month! Each social hour will be hosted by a different PI/lab. CERID members are encouraged to enjoy beverages and light snacks while getting to know their fellow researchers and staff!