Congrats our 2022 Summer Interns and a warm welcome to Dante, our new graduate student
This summer, the Dudakov lab hosted two summer interns from the Fred Hutch Pathways Undergraduate Researchers Program. Maleia and Alexia’s research project focused on how thymic epithelial cells undergo endothelial-to-mesenchymal transition (EMT). We also welcomed a new graduate student from the UW Program of Immunology, Dante Acenas II. To celebrate our summer interns and Dante’s […]
Sinéad Kinsella’s work highlighted at ASH 2020
Research done by staff scientist Sinéad Kinsella and research technician Cindy Evandy was featured at ASH 2020. Their work focused on how damage-induced pyroptotic cell death can directly promote thymic regeneration. Read the entire abstract “Damage-Induced Pyroptotic Cell Death Facilitates Regeneration of the Thymus” here. Read the related Fred Hutch New Story here.
A Fond Farewell to our 2019 Summer Interns
This summer, the Dudakov lab hosted two summer interns from the Fred Hutch Pathways Undergraduate Researchers Program. Michael and Larissa worked on two projects over the summer- growing thymic fragments in vitro, and sorting macrophages from the thymus to include in our genomic map of thymic regeneration.
Luteinizing hormone suppression featured in Science Spotlight
Our work on luteinizing hormone suppression to improve HSC recovery was featured in the Fred Hutch Science Spotlight.
A Look Back on 2017
2017 Highlights March Sinéad Kinsella (Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland) joins as the lab’s first post doc June – August Two student research interns, Francis Maher and Ysabel Ojoylan, join us for the summer. Natasha Kousa (University of Edinburgh) visits us for a week to help with bioinformatics September Lorenzo Iovino joins the lab as […]