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Elizabeth receives a National Science Foundation scholarship

Elizabeth Rowland, graduate student in the Cristea lab, is the happy recipient of a scholarship from the National Science Foundation. Her research project will focus on characterizing the roles of several human sirtuins during viral infection. 

Ben receives an American Heart Association Award

Benjamin Diner, graduate student in the Cristea lab, receives a predoctoral award from the American Heart Association (AHA) for his studies on nuclear sensing of pathogenic DNA. The title of his research proposal is “Delineating how nuclear DNA sensor IFI16 confers HCMV immunity using proteomics.” 

Celebrating the arrival of Rommel’s baby girl

Rommel Mathias, postdoctoral fellow in the Cristea lab, and his wife Kate are delighted to introduce their baby girl Lara Scarlett.