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A new post-doc position is now available in the Wolfgang Lab!
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Evan Drage has selected the Wolfgang Lab for his spring rotation. We are excited to see him learn in the lab.
Cameron Prince officially is now a member of the Wolfgang Lab.
Matt Greenwald has passed his oral preliminary exam and had his thesis topic has been approved. He now advances to a Ph.D. Candidate!
Ph.D. student Matt Greenwald has been awarded a fellowship from the Synergy CF program! This fellowship provides 3 years of support for Matt to study how interactions between oral anaerobic bacteria and Pseudomonas aeruginosa impacts lung infection in early CF disease.
Our proposal to establish a Center for Therapeutic Systems Biology of Respiratory Infections Diseases (CTSB-RID) has been selected as a finalist for the Creativity Hubs Pilot Award program at UNC. The CTSB-RID will assist UNC researchers and clinicians in tackling the next pandemic. The Center aims to investigate the underlying cellular and molecular signaling pathways that account for respiratory viral disease and differential outcomes at the clinical level.
Ben Darwitz, a first-year PhD student, has joined the Wolfgang Lab for his first rotation.
*The conference has been delayed until April 2022 from its original date in Sept. 2021.
Matthew Higgs and Cristian Roca will be presenting a poster and oral presentation respectively at the 2021 Pseudomonas Conference. Check out their exciting work in person Sept. 27 – Oct. 2, 2021 at the conference in Atlanta, Ga.
Matthew Greenwald and Taylor Franklin will be presenting posters at the 2021 North American Cystic Fibrosis Conference (NACFC). Check out their research in person Sept. 30 – Oct. 2, 2021 at the conference in San Antonio, TX, or during the virtual conference experience.
The Wolfgang lab is now on Twitter. Check us out @mwolfganglab.
Matthew Higgs and Cristian Roca were officially welcomed to the Microbiology and Immunology department at the Graduate Student Welcome event and white coat ceremony.
Cristian Roca has been accepted into the UNC Translational Medicine T32 from the NIGMS. This program is aimed at augmenting the student-research PI team with a clinical co-mentor who helps guide the student’s research and immerses the student in clinical experiences, vocabulary, and the overall culture of clinical research.
The Wolfgang Lab says goodbye to lab member Suzanne Meinig as she moves to an exciting new position at a local contract research organization (CRO). Suzanne was with the Wolfgang Lab for 5 years and will be incredibly missed, but we wish her the best in her next venture.
The Wolfgang lab welcomes two new graduate students, Matt Higgs (left) and Cristian Roca Avendano (right).