LSRII flow cell lasers: photo by David Parks

LSRII flow cell lasers: photo by David Parks

...2017

 
 
 
 

Nov. 2017 | new affiliation

We are now affiliated to the Pediatric Research Alliance of Atlanta and to the Center for Transplantation and Immune-mediated Disorders (CTID), under the leadership of Drs. Subra Kugathasan and Gregory Gibson (Georgia Tech). We are looking forward to meeting our new colleagues and engage in fruitful collaborations.

 
 
 

nov. 2017 | growing the family

We have a new team member! Dr. Astrid Kosters is joining our team as Research Technical Specialist. Astrid has held several academic positions prior to joining our lab. At Emory, she was an Instructor in the Department of Pediatrics, where she worked on the roles of nuclear receptors and transcriptional regulation in the context of liver disease. Welcome, Astrid!

 
 
 

sept. 2017 | teaching immunology

It was a pleasure meeting with the graduate students from the Graduate Division of Biological and Biomedical Sciences (GDBBS) at Emory Laney Graduate School. I taught the class The Innate Immune System: Macrophages as part of the course Concepts of Immunology. 

 

June 2017 | ghosn lab under construction

It's official. I am very excited to be joining the faculty at Emory University Department of Medicine and Lowance Center for Human Immunology. The Ghosn Lab will be located in the new Health Sciences Research Building!

 
 Article on our research published in  Stem Cell Reports.

Article on our research published in Stem Cell Reports.

 
 Article on our research published in  Annals of NY Academy of Sciences  and  Stem Cell Reports

Article on our research published in Annals of NY Academy of Sciences and Stem Cell Reports

 

Merinoff World Congress 2014: B-1 Cell Development and Funtion

 

june 2014 | merinoff congress

After a long hiatus of 23 years since the last B-1 Congress, Dr. Ghosn, together with Drs. Rothstein and Holodick (Western Michigan), co-organized the first international B-1 Congress that brought together more than 150 participants in New York to discuss new discoveries in B-1 cell biology. The congress featured eminent immunologists in the field of B cells and included a keynote address, the Herzenberg Lecture, by Dr. Klaus Rajewsky

 
 our research was commented and highlighted in  PNAS

our research was commented and highlighted in PNAS