Eduardo passed his written PhD qualifying exam and received the Hachnasarian Award through the SEBS Dean’s office for excellence in his qualifying exam scores and first year course grades. Cheers!
Couldn’t have garnered these grants without my amazing team. ♥ Woychik lab!
So proud of my big brother. He was the best scientific role model a kid could dream of!
Honored to be one of the speakers at the tuberculosis (TB) symposium at the Trudeau Institute in Saranac Lake, NY in the stunning Adirondack region. Great talks concluded with Bill Jacobs’ poignant summary of Edward Trudeau’s dedication to the study and management of TB. Picture: “Little Red” the first cottage for open air treatment of TB in the US; erected Read More
Valdir, Heather and Unnati hit the pub in London after a fantastic meeting with leaders in the field at the historic Cumberland lodge inside Windsor Great Park. Valdir and Nancy tag-teamed on oral presentations; Valdir and Unnati also presented posters.
This annual meeting coincides with World TB Day; this year hosted by TB researchers at the David Axelrod Institute at the Wadsworth Center/New York Department of Health. Great chance to hear the latest and greatest research of colleagues in the Northeast!
Valdir was invited to give a talk on his exciting new data at the Cold Spring Harbor Translational Control meeting. Cheers!
Lab alum and animal lover extraordinaire Kim Cruz left the “corporate world” for vet school. Kim garnered acceptances into three top vet schools and is attending Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Congratulations Kim! Woof!
Woychik-Husson Annual Meeting at Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School Ender’s Building. The picture is taken in front of a small iron lung and a portrait of John F. Enders, who shared the Nobel Prize in 1954 for discovering how to grow poliomyelitis virus in culture (which later enabled the production of the polio vaccine). Read More