Our new paper is out in Frontiers in Immunology, looking at the induction of macrophage Tnfa after hypoxia/Hif-1alpha stabilisation. Well done to Amy for all her hard work! You can find the paper here:
Well done to Hannah for getting her work on retention signalling published in Frontiers in Immunology! Thanks to all co-authors for all their hard work, especially Steve and his lab members!
We're very sad to lose Dr Hannah Isles, as she's finished her PhD and post-doctoral studies.
Thanks for all your hard work Hannah, it's been an absolute pleasure having you around!
The whole of the Elks lab (and Renshaw lab) will miss you, but we're super-excited for you and your big move across "The Pond" to a post-doc position in New York, and look forward to some excellent future science interactions!
Living in Sheffield can be a complete joy, with the Peak District right on the doorstep! We took advantage of the unusually summery February weather and had a little evening bouldering session.
We have a new review out on Teleost contributions to mycobacterial research. Well done to Dan Berreda's group in Alberta, Canada who coordinated this review! Here you can read about other fish models (like goldfish), that have made very important contributions to our understanding of immunity that are all too often overlooked by the zebrafish community.
We have a new paper out in The Journal of Immunology.
To read in full follow this link:
Congratulations to all the authors!
We have competitively funded PhD opportunities to start in October 2019. The adverts can be found here:
The deadlines are the 21st and 23rd January 2019
Welcome to Holly Anderson who is a placement student from Sheffield Hallam with us for a year!
We also say a sad adios to Abdi and Liv, thanks for all your hard work since last Autumn.
We had great fun holding the Zebrafish Infection UK meeting (https://www.zebrafishinfection.co.uk/photos) in Sheffield yesterday with the Johnston Lab. It was a fantastic meeting with some great science on show.
Especially well done to our very own Piotr, who won the poster prize!
We have two competitively funded PhD opportunities to start in October 2018. The adverts are here:
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