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Celebration of Research 2011

A Celebration of Research recognizes the Goodenow Lab

Maureen Goodenow, Ph.D., the Stephany W. Holloway University chair for AIDS Research, was presented with the Basic Science Research Award by Stephen Sugrue, Ph.D.

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Nature Immunology

Continued mission of ThPOK

ThPOK, the critical transcription factor for differentiation of the helper T cell lineage in the thymus, continues to function as a gatekeeper to maintain helper T cell identity by repressing the...

Emerging functions of the unfolded protein response in immunity

The ER stress response is a well-characterized process aimed at restoring ER function. Lambrecht et al. explore how ER stress can also intersect with the innate and adaptive immune response at...

Neutrophils worm their way into macrophage long-term memory

Neutrophil function is perhaps best studied in bacterial infection, during which they are directly involved in pathogen killing. After helminth invasion, however, neutrophils acquire an alternative...