June | grant awarded to study human fetal immunity
The Ghosn lab is awarded a pilot grant from the Center for Transplantation and Immune-mediated Disorders (CTID) of the Pediatric Research Alliance to study the Differential roles for human fetal B lymphocytes in childhood and adult immunopathologies.
may | grant awarded to study blood stem cells
The Ghosn lab receives a pilot grant to generate a humanized mouse model to study the regenerative potential of human fetal versus adult blood stem cells. We are thankful to the University Research Committee (URC) and Georgia Clinical & Translational Science Alliance (CTSA) for supporting our pediatric translational research.
may | visiting researcher
Visiting researcher, Megan Phillips, to join our team for a week. Megan has worked with Eliver Ghosn at Stanford (CA) for many years. She will be helping us set up some of the experiments she performed while working as a senior technician with Eliver at Stanford. Welcome to Atlanta and to the Ghosn Lab!
may | talking at aai
Thank you to the organizers of the AAI meeting (Austin 2018) for selecting our poster for Oral Presentation. Eliver Ghosn will be talking about HSC-independent tissue-resident macrophages that develop in fetal life and persist throughout adulthood: HSC-requirement for macrophage regeneration is tissue-specific. Eliver's talk will take place on May 7 at 8:15am at the Hematopoiesis and Cell Development Session.
may | poster presentations at AAi
We are looking forward to attending the AAI 2018 in Austin. We will be presenting two posters together with our collaborators at Stanford:
Single-walled carbon nanotubes target neutrophils and Ly-6Chi monocytes and localize to joints in murine models of arthritis. Shu-Chen Hung, Narendiran Rajasekaran, Shoujun Zhu, Zhuoran Ma, Eliver Ghosn, Elizabeth D. Mellins
HSC-requirement for macrophage regeneration is tissue-specific. Hedwich Kuipers, Robert Durruth, Jeffrey Waters, Jasmine Sosa, Koshika Yadava, Megan Phillips, Leonore Herzenberg, and Eliver Ghosn
march | teaching immunology
I had an exciting week getting to know the talented first-year graduate students of the Immunology and Molecular Pathogenesis Program (IMP). I shared with them some of our new findings on the Development of the Immune System as part of the course Current Topics in Immunology.
february | new publication
The results from our ongoing collaboration with our colleagues at Stanford have just been accepted at Scientific Reports! Congratulations, Darya! We are looking forward to continuing our collaboration in efforts to develop novel High-Dimensional Flow and Mass Cytometry data analysis tools.