Extremely helpful advice the eco-evo eco-evo blog!
This Extreme Competence: Keystone Hosts of Infections paper out today was the culmination of much “cat herding” by Marty Martin following the host competence workshop in Australia in 2018.
This Friday got off to a great start when I was greeted with a thank you card and bottle of wine. #Gratitude = #Motivation
Paper about developing an on/off switch for IFNg in DFT cells published, Wild Immunology editorial accepted, and grant to support our Tasmanian devil vaccine research made it through the first round.
Why do we need a switch for turning genes on/off in Tasmanian Devil cells DFTD? It’s easier to find your keys when you can switch the lights on! To learn more check out our latest open access publication:
Inducible IFN-γ Expression for MHC-I Upregulation in Devil Facial Tumor Cells
To make your own on/off switch for wild immunology, contact @WildImmunity
How many people would be scared away by the eye spots? I can think of a few (mom:). Amazing trip to #MariaIsland, Tasmania for @WildImmunity
Looking forward to a weekend of science and fun this weekend @BeakerSteetSci @TasMuseum. See the @Wildimmunity #Fluorobox and #FAST proteins Friday 6-10pm!