In the age of “Big Data”, hypothetical coding sequences and poorly characterized proteins are common. Transcriptomic and proteomic datasets regularly result in disappointment, as the top hit is often some[…]
Comments and suggestions from our alumni The comments and suggestions that appear below are responses obtained from the Department of Immunology Graduate Alumni Survey conducted in 2013 and published in[…]
“Stay optimistic, don’t burn bridges, and most importantly, don’t overthink it!” –Dana Philpott The Department of Immunology’s Dr. Dana Philpott was recently awarded a multi-million dollar Canada Foundation for Innovation[…]
One of few positive outcomes from this pandemic was the advent of mRNA vaccines. And with a rise in funding for this research, scientists can continue to improve this technology. Check out this article by @pu_annie to learn everything you need to know!
Have you ever stopped to consider the obstacles and barriers faced by LGBTQ+ scientists? Take a minute to walk in someone else’s shoes, and read this insightful new article by Anthony Wong!
We’re so excited to say that the next issue of IMMpress is out!! This time, we covered all things accessibility and equity in STEM! We can’t wait for you to read it, stay tuned for featured articles!