Congrats to alum Dr. Brown who has joined San Francisco biotech Alector, Dec 6.
Congrats to Pranay, who passed his MCB qualifying exam, Nov 22.
The lab welcomes Women in Science Program interns Caroline Pennachio and Sarishka Desai, Nov 22.
Dr. Ackerman presents "FcγR and Cross-Reactivity for Human and NHP IgG Antibodies and Effects of Glycosylation on Antibody Function" at the NHP Transplantation Techniques Workshop, NIH, Bethesda, MD, Nov 8.
Congrats to Casey whose abstract "Episcope: Computationally-Driven Identification of Antibody Epitopes," has been accepted for oral presentation at the International Conference on Biomolecular Engineering in San Diego, CA from January 8-11, 2017, Nov 7.
The Remsen lab welcome Dylan Guerin, Nov 3.
Jenn presents a poster "Focusing the Immune Response on the HIV Envelope Variable Loops: Computational Design and Directed Evolution of a Key Quaternary Epitope Immunogen" at Translational Vaccinology for Gloval Health Keystone Conference, London, UK Oct 29.
Congrats to Karen and Derek who contributed to "Diversity of antiviral IgG effector activities observed in HIV infected and vaccinated subjects", accepted for publication in the Journal of Immunology, Oct 26.
Congrats to Jenn, whose poster "Focusing the Immune Response on the HIV Envelope Variable Loops: Computational Design and Directed Evolution of a Key Quaternary Epitope Immunogen" won 1st prize at Celebration of Biomedical Research at Dartmouth, Oct 20.
Dr. Ackerman presents "Learning the protein biochemistry of potent anti-HIV antibody responses" at the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Drexel University Medical Center, Phildelphia, PA, Oct 17.
Dr. Ackerman presents "Building a bridge across the species barrier: immunoglobulin biology in rhesus macaques and humans" at Translating Innovation in Discovery through Collaboration Symposium, Cambridge, MA, Sep 29.
Dr. Ackerman presents "Fine epitope signature of HIV-1 neutralization breadth at the CD4 binding site" at the Institute of Human Virology, Annual Meeting, University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD, Sep 21.
Congrats to Austin who contributed to " Vaccine-induced mucosal immunity to poliovirus: analysis of cohorts from an open-label, randomized controlled trial in Latin American infants in the Lancet Infectious Disease, Sep 16.
The lab welcomes MCB rotation students Kaushik Saha and Lynn Theprungsirikul, Sep 9.
The lab welcomes QBS student Lia Harrington for a rotation in conjunction with the Bailey-Kellogg group, Aug 22.
Dr. Ackerman presents "Fine epitope signature of HIV-1 neutralization breadth at the CD4 binding site" at the Molecular and Cell Biology Annual Retreat, Whitefield, NH, Aug 2.
Congrats to Ying, Austin, and other who contributed to "IgG Binding Characteristics of Rhesus Macaque FcγR", accepted for publication in The Journal of Immunology, Jul 26.
Congrats to Jenn, who has passed her PhD qualifying exam, Jul 15.
Deeptak Verma presents "Designing small HIV-1 antigens by protein peeling and rewiring techniques" at ISMB 2016, Orlando, FL, Jul 12.
Derek presents a poster "Antibody effector functions targeting HIV-1 are associated with unique antibody antigen interactions" at ISMB 2016, Orlando, FL, Jul 12.
Congrats to Jenn who has been awarded the Albert Cass Travel Fellowship, Jul 11.
Congrats to Austin, who contributed to "Dendritic Cells from the Human Female Reproductive Tract Rapidly Capture and respond to HIV", accepted for publication in Mucosal Immunology, Jul 10.
The lab welcomes high school student Jenn Clay for a summer research project, Jul 9.
Congrats to alum Dr. Boesch who joins Cambridge biotech Torque, Jul 4.
Congrats to Andrew, who passed his MCB qualifying exam, Jun 30.
Congrats to Dr. Brown who has been awarded Thayer's inaugural John M. Strohbehn, PhD Memorial Prize, Jun 28.
Dr. Ackerman presents "IgG glycans in children with immunodeficiency" with Dr. Nigrovic (BWH) at GlycoIgG, in Dubrovnik, Croatia, Jun 25.
Congrats to Eric who contributed to "Correlates of immunity to influenza as determined by challenge of children with live, attenuated influenza vaccine" which has been accepted for publication in the Open Forum of Infectious Diseases, Jun 21.
Congrats to Julio Suarez who presented his undergraduate thesis research, Jun 8.
Congrats to Holly Langley who has been awarded a Sophomore Science Scholarship, Jun 3.
Congrats to Cheryl Chang who has been selected as a Junior Research Scholar, Jun 3.
Pranay presents his annual Research in Progress seminar, Jun 2.
MCB student Arijit Paul joins the Ackerman lab, May 27.
Eric (and Sue!) welcome Sasha Seonyoung! May 11.
Dr. Ackerman presents "Antibody glycosylation in healthy and immunodeficient children" to the Dartmouth Superfund Group, Hanover, NH, May 10.
Dr. Leo Riella's group visits Dartmouth, May 3.
Engineering program candidate Ben Goldberg accepts his offer of admission to Thayer's PhD program. Apr 22
Congrats to Dr. Austin Boesch for successful defense of his PhD thesis! Apr 21.
Congrats to Dr. Eric Brown for successful defense of his PhD thesis! Apr 15.
Congrats to undergraduate summer researcher Hannah Wastyk who has been awarded a Goldwater Scholarship! Apr 14.
Harini Natarajan is accepted to the MCB PhD program! Apr 11.
Congrats to MD/PhD student Casey Hua who has been awarded an NIH F30 Fellowship! Apr 1.
Dr. Ackerman presents "Profiling protective antibody responses" at HIV Vaccines, Keystone Symposia, Squaw Valley, CA, Mar 24.
Congrats to Eric and Karen, whose work contributed to: "Adjuvant dependent RAS activation and mucosal envelope antibody to V2 correlate with reduced risk of SIVmac251 acquisition" accepted to Nature Medicine, Mar 14.
Dr. Ackerman presents "Evolution of antibodies for optimized effector function activities" at Antibodies as Drugs, Keystone Symposia, Whistler, British Columbia, Canada, Mar 11.
MCB students Amy BIermann, Michelle Clay, and Arijit Paul join the lab for spring rotations, Mar 3.
Engineering program candidate Ben Goldberg visits the Ackerman lab, Mar 3.
Derek presents his annual Research in Progress seminar, Feb 25.
Dr. Ackerman presents "Using protein biochemistry to inform HIV vaccine development" for the Department of Chemistry, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, Feb 25.
Casey presents her annual Research in Progress seminar, Feb 2.
Eric Brown holds his proposal defense, Jan 29.
Congrats to Casey, whose review "Engineering broadly neutralizing antibodies for HIV prevention and therapy" has been accepted to Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews, Jan 20.
Congrats to Austin who contributed to "Fc Receptor-Mediated Phagocytosis in Tissues as a Potent Mechanism for Preventive and Therapeutic HIV Vaccine Strategies", accepted to Mucosal Immunology, Jan 14.
Austin Boesch holds his proposal defense, Jan 25.
Dr. Ackerman presents "Correlates of P\protection in an NHP study of the FLSC immunogen" at the Collaboration for AIDS Vaccine Discovery Annual Meeting, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, WA, Dec 10.
Dr. Ackerman presents "Towards a grand unified theory of antibody activity: learning the features of functionally potent antibody responses" in the NIH Vaccine Research Center Seminar Series, Bethesda, MD, Dec 1.
Congrats to Prodhi Manisha who has been selected as a Junior Research Scholar, Nov 23.
MCB student Marina Kirkland joins the lab for a rotation, Nov 19.
The Ackerman group contributes to "Dissecting Polyclonal Vaccine-Induced Humoral Immunity against HIV Using Systems Serology" published in Cell, Nov 9.
Congrats to Karen and Eric whose work "Polyfunctional HIV-specific antibody responses are associated with spontaneous HIV control" has been accepted to PLoS Pathogens, Nov 9.
The lab welcomes Women in Science Program interns Haley Richards and Holly Langley, Nov 2.
Dr. Ackerman presents "High-resolution antibody profiling to enable insights into mechanisms of humoral immunity" at MassBiologics, Boston, MA, Nov 1.
Dr. Ackerman presents "Polyfunctional HIV-specific antibody responses are associated with spontaneous HIV control" at HIV Vaccines: Prospects for the Future, Les Cents Gardes, Fondation Meriuex, Les Pensieres, Annecy, France, Oct 17.
Dr. Beth Periera joins the Remsen lab team, Oct 13.
Dr. Ackerman presents "Breaking the species barrier: IgG subclasses in man and macaques" at the Institute of Human Virology, Annual Meeting, University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD, Sep 30.
Congrats to Ty who passed his qualifying exam, Sep 24.
Congrats to Eric, Nana, and visiting student Michael, whose paper "Enhancing the quality of antibodies to HIV-1 Env by GagPol-specific T helper cells" has been accepted to the Journal of Immunology, Sep 18.
Congrats to Eric who contributed to "Lambda light chain bias associated with enhanced binding and function of anti-HIV Env glycoprotein antibodies" accepted for publication in the Journal of Infectious Disease, Sep 10.
Congrats to Casey for her contribution to "Antibody humanization by structure-based computational protein design" accepted for publication in mAbs, Jul 21.
Congrats to Austin and Eric for their contribution to "The role of Fc receptors in HIV prevention and therapy" accepted to Immunological Reviews, Jul 21.
The lab welcomes MD/PhD student Ronnie Zipkin for a rotation, Jul 1.
Congrats to Cheryl Chang who has been named a Sophomore Science Scholar, June 29.
Congrats to Jessica Sun who has been named a Sophomore Science Scholar, June 24.
Congrats to Eric, Erica, Nana, Ying, and Jenn who contributed to "Microscale purification of antigen-specific antibodies" accepted for publication in the Journal of Immunological Methods, June 11.
Harini Natarajan joins the Remsen lab team, June 8.
WISP students present their work at the Undergraduate Research Poster Session, May 28.
MCB student Pranay Bharadwaj and Andrew Crowley join the Ackerman lab, May 28.
Congrats to Nana Yaw Osei-Owusu for successful defense of his MS thesis, May 25.
Congrats to Michaela Ledoux who has been accepted as a James O. Freedman Presidential Scholar Research Assistant, May 20.
Austin Boesch presents XXXXX at PEGS in Boston, MA, May 5.
Congrats to Ickwon whose paper "Machine Learning Methods Enable Predictive Modeling of Antibody Feature:Function Relationships in RV144 Vaccinees" has been accepted to PLoS Computational Biology, Apr 17.
Casey presents her Research in Progress seminar, Apr 9.
Austin Boesch presents a poster "Engineering Antibody Effector Function" at Dartmouth Graduate Student Poster Session, Apr 7.
Derek presents his Research in Progress seminar, Apr 2.
Nana presents his Research in Progress seminar, Mar 26.
Eric and Austin present their work at Thayer's Research in Progress seminar, Mar 19.
Dr. Ackerman presents "Potentiating protective antibody activity: a systems serology approach" at Conference of Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI), Seattle, WA, Feb 27.
Congrats to Austin whose review has been accepted for publication in Current Opinion in HIV and AIDS, Feb 9.
The lab welcomes new Engineering PhD student Jenn Lai, Feb 4.
Dr. Ackerman presents "Modeling Antibody Effector Function" at The US-Japan Cooperative Medical Science Program 17th International Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases, Taipei, Taiwan, Jan 29.
Dr. Ackerman presents "Systems Serology: Understanding the features of functionally potent antibody responses" for the Military HIV Research Program, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Jan 14,
The Remsen lab welcomes Dr. Shu Lin, Jan 1.
Congrats to Dr. Sebastian Grimm, whose paper “Directed evolution of a yeast-displayed HIV-1 SOSIP gp140 spike protein towards improved expression and affinity for conformational antibodies” has been accepted to PLoS One, Dec 22
Dr. Yoonjoo Choi presents results of a collaboration with Casey Hua on “Structure-based antibody humanization” at IBC Antibody Engineering, Huntington Beach, CA, Dec 10
Dr. Ali Emileh presents his research “Toward a platform for engineering membrane proteins in yeast” at IBC Antibody Engineering, Huntington Beach, CA, Dec 10
Dr. Ackerman discusses “Of men and monkeys: IgG3” at the CAVD Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, Dec 3
The Ackerman lab welcomes MCB students Pranay Bharadwaj and Andrew Crowley, and Chemistry student Greg Ho for research rotations, Dec 1
Dr. Ackerman discusses “A systems serology approach to vaccine evaluation" at Research for Prevention (R4P), Cape Town, South Africa, Nov 29
Congrats to undergraduate WISP interns Cheryl Chang and Jessica Sun, and FYRE intern Shuoqi Chen, Nov 3
Congrats to visiting undergrad Hannah Wastyk who received 2nd place honors in the Biological Sciences Group A at the UMBC Undergraduate Research Symposium in the Chemical Biological Sciences, Baltimore, MD, Oct 25
Welcome to undergraduate Michaela Helble, Oct 22
Dr. Ackerman discusses interviewing for faculty positions at the Postdoctoral Association Workshop Lunch Series, Oct 21
Congrats to Derek (Hao) Cheng for passing his qualifying exam, Oct 20
Dr. Ackerman discusses “Applying design thinking to HIV vaccinology" at the MD-PhD Program Annual Retreat, Lake Morey, VT, Oct 18
Congrats to Casey Hua for passing her qualifying exam, Oct 9
Dr. Ackerman presents “Systems serology: modelin antibody effector function” at Les Cent Gardes, HIV Vaccines: Prospects for the Future, Annecy, France, Oct 6
Derek (Hao) Cheng contributes to "A method for high-throughput, sensitive analysis of IgG Fc and Fab glycosylation", accepted for publication in the Journal of Immunological Methods, Sep 26
Dr. Ackerman presents “IgG recognition characteristics of rhesus macaque FcgR" at a Workshop on Innate Immune Responses to HIV and HIV Vaccines, NIH, Bethesda, MD, Sep 10
Dr. Ackerman discusses “Identifying the principal components of protective immunity" at Dartmouth’s MCB Program Annual Retreat, Whitefield, NH Aug 28
Visiting summer student Hannah Wastyk presents her research at the MPUS Seminar Series, Aug 21
Drs. Alter and Ackerman discuss “A tale of two adjuvants” at NIH, Rockville, MD, Aug 21
Drs. Alter and Ackerman offer a perspective on “An antibody tag-team: driving neutralization through escape” in Trends in Immunology, Aug 14
Eric Brown contributes to "Live Attenuated and Inactivated Influenza Vaccines in Children", accepted for publication in the Journal of Infectious Disease, Aug 7
The Ackerman and Bailey-Kellog groups contribute to "Identification of Antibody Glycosylation Structures that Predict Monoclonal Antibody Fc-effector Function", accepted for publication in AIDS, Aug 7
MD/PhD student Tamutenda Chidawanyika joins the lab for a rotation, July 21
The Ackerman lab contributes to "Independent evolution of Fc- and Fab-mediated HIV-1-specific antiviral activity following acute infection", accepted for publication in the European Journal of Immunology, July 15
MD/PhD student Loren Schmidt joins the lab for a rotation, July 7
Welcome to Dr. Joshua Weiner, July 1
The lab welcomes Jakub Bobrowicz for a summer internship, June 30
Dr. Ackerman presents “Glycosylation signature in predictive models of antibody activity” at the NIAID, NIH, Glycoimunology Workshop, San Diego, CA, June 23
Welcome to visiting MPUS Fellow Hannah Wastyk, June 18
Congrats to undergraduate researcher Michaela Ledoux, who has received a Hellman Science Fellowship, May 29
Congrats to undergraduate researcher Zonia Moore, who has received a Presidential Scholarship for undergraduate research, May 16
PhD student Austin Boesch represents collaboration between Thayer and Geisel at a joint Overseers meeting, May 15
"Antibody Fc: Linking Adaptive and Innate Immunity is highly recommended reading for all students of immunology and scientists involved in the research and development of therapeutic antibodies and vaccines because of its comprehensive coverage of relevant topics.The book is also recommended as an excellent resource for academic, government and company libraries."—mAbs, May/June Issue, 2014
During the annual Thayer Open House, the Ackerman lab welcomes the upper valley community to tour the lab and learn about immunology and engineering, Apr 25
Representatives from the Duke CA-VIMC Quality Assurance Unit visit to introduce the lab to Good Clinical Lab Practices (GCLP), Apr 22.
Congrats to Austin Boesch et al, whose paper "Highly parallel characterization of IgG Fc binding interactions" has been accepted for publication in mAbs, Apr 7
Congrats to Eric Brown, who contributed to "Polyfunctional Fc-effector profiles mediated by IgG subclass selection distinguish RV144 and VAX003 vaccinees" in Science Translational Medicine, Mar 19. The NIH features work comparing antibody responses among RV144 and VAX003 vaccinees
Eric Brown travels to Duke University for GCLP training as a part of the CAVD Scientist Exchange Program, Mar 18-20
Austin Boesch presents "Separation of nonfucosylated antibodies with immobilized FcgR3a receptors" at the annual national meeting of the American Chemical Society in Dallas, TX, Mar 18
Characterization of a new neutralizing antibody is featured online: Rare Double Infection: Lupus Patient Makes ... - Yahoo News , Mar 12
Congrats to Sebastian Grimm, who contributed to “An autoreactive antibody from an SLE/HIV-1 individual broadly neutralizes HIV-1” published in The Journal of Clinical Investigation, Mar 10
Dr. Ackerman discusses "Functions of Protective Antibodies" at the HIV Vaccines Keystone Conference, Banff, Canada, Mar 12
Congrats to Austin Boesch who has received the Peterson Award from the American Chemical Society's BIOT division to attend the ACS annual national meeting, Mar 10
The Ackerman lab will host a scientist from Klaus Uberla's group through the CAVD Scientist Exchange Program, Feb 27
Congrats to Eric Brown who has received a scholarship for the Collaboration for AIDS Vaccine Discovery Scientist Exchange Program. Eric will visit Duke University in March, Feb 27
Dr. Ackerman presents "Understanding the role of glycosylation in antibody effector function" at CHI PepTalk in Palm Springs, CA, Jan 17
Congrats to Ying Chan, MS for successful defense of her thesis! Dec 18
Congrats to Jenn Lai et al, whose paper "Divergent antibody subclass and specificity profiles but not protective HLA-B alleles are associated with variable antibody effector function among HIV-1 controllers" was accepted to JVI, Dec 16
The Ackerman/Alter consortium presents at the annual Collaboration for AIDS Vaccine Discovery meeting at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation headquarters, Seattle, Wa, Dec 3-5
The lab welcomes MCB student Mike Battles for a rotation, Dec 2
Congrats to Austin Boesch, whose collaborative work with the Wright lab (DHMC-Pediatrics) contributed to "Intestinal immunity is a determinant of clearance of poliovirus after oral vaccination", accepted to The Journal of Infectious Disease, Nov 15.
Congrats to Mariah Reese, Emily Rogers, and Madellena Thornton, undergraduate WISP scholars who will join the lab for the winter and spring terms, Nov 4.
Casey Hua presents her work to the Sentman Lab at DHMC, Oct 17
Ackerman lab members visit the Nigrovic lab at Longwood, Oct 16
Graduate student Eric Brown and Drs. Grimm and Ackerman present posters at AIDS Vaccine 2013 in Barcelona, Spain, Oct 7-10
Antibody Fc: Linking Adaptive and Innate Immunity, edited by Drs. Ackerman and Nimmerjahn is published by Elsevier, Oct 4
Dr. Grimm presents a talk "Cell-surface display of HIV envelope glycoproteins for antibody characterization and antigen design" at the HIV Translational Research Meeting at DHMC, Oct 3
Drs. Alter and Ackerman describe "Opportunities to Exploit Non-Neutralizing HIV-Specific Antibody Activity" in Current HIV Research, Sep 19
Casey Hua (MCB) and Ty Chu (engineering) join the lab, Sep 5
Austin's paper "A Multiplexed Assay to Detect Antimicrobial Peptides in Biological Fluids and Cell Secretions" has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Immunological Methods, Sep 3
Drs. Ackerman and Alter summarize recent progress in Mapping the journey to an HIV vaccine in the New England Journal of Medicine, Jul 25.
MD/PhD candidate Casey Hua joins the lab for a rotation, July 15
Congrats to Dr. Sebastian Grimm, who has been awarded a scholarship to attend AIDS Vaccine 2013 in Barcelona, June 17
Engineering major Bryan Rogers joins the lab, June 16
MCB graduate students Hao Derek Cheng and Nana Yaw Osei-Owusu join the lab, May 24
The Ackerman lab celebrates the arrival of Danielle Ruth Ackerman, May 22
Congrats to Erica Normandin, who has been named an undergraduate Presidential Scholar, May 16
Congrats to Hunter Kappel, who has been awarded summer support from the Paul K. Richter and Evalyn E. Cook Richter Memorial Fund, May 15
Dr. Ali Emileh joins the lab, Apr 15
The lab welcomes PEMM student Sladjana Skopelja for a rotation, Mar 4
Congrats to M. Gilman on her admission to the MCB PhD program, Mar 1
"Enhanced phagocytic activity of HIV-specific antibodies correlates with natural production of immunoglobulins with skewed affinity for FcγR2a and FcγR2b" has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Virology, Feb 27
Austin's paper, "Separation of nonfucosylated antibodies with immobilized FcgR3 receptors" has been accepted for publication in Biotechnology Progress, Feb 20
Congrats to Dr. Grimm, whose review "Vaccine design: emerging concepts and renewed optimism" has been accepted for publication in Current Opinion in Biotechnology, Feb 15
Dr. Grimm presents a poster at the joint meeting of B cell Development and Function and HIV Vaccines, Keystone, CO, Feb 10
"Natural modulation of Fc glycosylation impacts the antiviral activity of HIV-specific antibodies" has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Clinical Investigation, Feb 8
Dr. Ackerman gives an invited talk "Array technology to profile natural modulation of antibody function" at the GTC Immunotherapeutics and Immunomonitoring conference, Jan 31
Drs. Alter and Ackerman offer a preview of Liao et al "Vaccine Induction of Antibodies against a Structurally Heterogeneous Site of Immune Pressure within HIV-1 Envelops Protein Variable Regions 1 and 2" in Immunity, Jan. 24
Dr. Grimm presents a poster at the AiChE Society for Biological Engineering's International Conference on Biomolecular Engineering, Ft. Lauderdale, Jan 15
Dr. Ackerman presents a talk, "Parsing Humoral Immunity: Array technology to profile natural modulation of antibody function" at the AiChE Society for Biological Engineering's International Conference on Biomolecular Engineering, Ft. Lauderdale, Jan 14
The Ackerman lab welcomes Luc Christian Gwom as a visiting scientist, Jan 7
Austin Boesch presents a poster at IBC's Antibody Engineering conference, San Diego, CA, Dec 6
Congrats to Eric Brown who passed his qualifying exam, Dec 6
Dr. Ackerman and Alter present "A walk on the dark side of the antibody" at the annual Collaboration for AIDS Vaccine Discovery annual meeting at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation headquarters, Seattle, WA, Dec 4
Dr. Grimm is offerred a short presentation at ICBE 2013, Dec 4
MCB student Nana Yaw Osei-Owusu joins the lab for a rotation, Dec 3
Austin Boesch receives a travel scholarship to attend IBC's Antibody Engineering conference, Nov 5
Congrats to Eric Brown, whose paper "High-throughput, multiplexed IgG subclassing of antigen-specific antibodies from clinical samples" has been accepted to the Journal of Immunological Methods, Sep 19
Congrats to Austin Boesch, who has passed his qualifying exam, Sep 18
Dr. Ackerman presents a talk at AIDS Vaccine entitled "Profiling humoral immunity: determining antibody innate immune recruiting capacity", Sep 10
Hao Cheng joins the lab for as a rotation student from the MCB program, Sep 10
Thayer hosts a conference session about non-neutralizing antibodies at AIDS Vaccine 2012, Sep 9
Austin Boesch, Eric Brown, and Sebastian Grimm present posters at AIDS Vaccine 2012, Sep 9-12
Ying Chan joins the Ackerman lab as a first year Engineering PhD student, Aug 16
Austin Boesch presents at the Wira lab group meeting, DHMC, Aug 15
The Ackerman lab hosts a site visit for summer program students from St. Paul's High School in Concord, NH who are learning about molecular biology, July 18
Undergraduate Weijie Lin awarded a Sophomore Science Scholarship, July 2
Morgan Gilman (MS University of Maine) joins the Ackerman lab, July 2
Postdoc Sebastian Grimm receives a Scholarship to attend AIDS Vaccine 2012, June 27
Summer student Jenn Lai joins the lab, June 26
Graduate students Austin Boesch and Eric Brown receive Scholarships to attend AIDS Vaccine 2012, June 7
Undergraduate researchers Anthony Zhao and Maame Afua Ofori are named Presidential Scholars for the 2012-2013 academic year, May 18
Dr. Ackerman gives an invited talk at the ADCC Summit organized by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and hosted by Duke University, Durham, NC, May 9
The Ackerman lab participates in the "Functional Glycomics in HIV Vaccine Design" Workshop organized by the Vaccine Research Program at the Division of AIDS, NIH, Bethesda, MD, April 30-May 1
During the annual Thayer Open House, the Ackerman lab welcomes the upper valley community to tour the lab and learn about immunology and engineering, April 20, 2012
The Ackerman lab congratulates Ying Chan, BS MIT on her admission to Thayer and looks forward to her arrival in the fall, April 15, 2012
Austin Boesch is awarded a Thayer School Innovation Fellowship, March 2012
Dr. Ackerman gives an invited talk to the Glycobiology Institute at the University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, March 27
Eric Brown and Dr. Sebastian Grimm represent the Ackerman lab and present a poster at the HIV Vaccines Keystone Conference, Keystone, CO, March 21-26
First year graduate students Austin Boesch and Eric Brown present posters at Thayer School's Research in Progress session, Hanover, NH, March 22-23
Austin Boesch gives an invited talk at the Wira Lab group meeting, DHMC, March 14