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  • Back in Madison

    After a great year visiting colleagues in Melbourne, Australia I am excited to be back in Madison. And we have to hit the ground running. In a few weeks, I will be hosting a Scientific …

  • WPR and R4P

    It’s been quite an interesting few weeks with acronyms. After CROI, an annual HIV/AIDS meeting, I spoke with Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR) about recent progress in the fight against HIV. I’m also honored to have …

  • Welcome to 2019

    Another exciting new year for the lab. I remain in Australia on sabbatical. We’ve settled into a routine where I communicate with the lab every morning in Australia, which corresponds to the afternoon in Madison. …

  • Simian arteriviruses in baboons and macaques

    For the last several years we have been studying simian arteriviruses, a group of viruses that infect African monkeys and frequently cause fatal disease when they jump species into Asian monkeys. Can these viruses infect …

  • Peptide array paper back

    Anna and Emma’s paper describing antibody responses using a massively parallel peptide array has just been published. Congrats Anna! http://www.plosntds.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pntd.0006903

  • Miegunyah lecture

    I am spending the year in Melbourne, Australia at the Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity as a University of Melbourne Miegunyah Distinguished Visiting Fellow. Giving a public lecture to the community is part of the …

  • Heaps going on

    Lots going on this week. Grad students Anna and Amelia are giving talks at the University of Melbourne and meeting their counterparts at the Doherty Institute. On Friday I’m giving a talk at The Alfred …

  • Dave’s guide to grad school applications

    On the way to Hong Kong, I wrote an essay on succeeding in grad school rotations. I enjoyed writing this because it allowed me to share thoughts that I’ve had mentoring rotators as a faculty …

  • A primer on successful grad student rotations

    On a flight to Hong Kong over the weekend, I got to thinking about PhD rotations and how many things no one told me when I started graduate school. So I put together an essay …

  • LabKey User Conference

    John and David B. attended the  2018 LabKey User Conference and Workshop in Seattle last week. It seemed like half the lab was in Seattle; they are full of caffeine this week. We use LabKey …

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