Congrats for the 4 EMBO fellowships, a record in the group!
Valentine, Kylie and Tapio published in Science Immunology! We had dinner to celebrate
A few members of the group were at the 'Conversazione Society' dinner at St Edmunds. Sarah spoke on the topic of 'Women in Science'.
In the front row in Jing Su, a TeichLab alumna from the early years at LMB, and the St Edmunds alumna who invited Sarah.
The prestigious award includes 20,000 Euros to further her research and an invitation to a research stay at Helmholtz Zentrum München (the German Research Centre for Environmental Health)
More details here
Valentine and Kylie were co-first authors on an exciting new paper about T-Cell differentiation, which has now been accepted in Science Immunology.
They were duly presented with the honourary and much-envied plushy Neuron and Lymphocyte for contributions to dry- and wet lab work respectively.
We have some exciting new equipment in the lab. The Teichmann Lab is the only lab in Europe to have the latest Zephyr G3 NGS Workstation!
In London on 13 and 14 October, 2016, a collaborative community of world-leading scientists [met to discuss how to build a Human Cell Atlas — a collection of maps that will describe and define the cellular basis of health and disease.
The Teichmann Lab will play a central role in this exciting new project
Sarah has been awarded an ICSB (International Society for Computational Biology) Fellowship. Congratulations!
We went on a cruise down the Cam in the Georgina.
Teichmann and Marioni groups are celebrating 7 papers and one group leader position!
Tomi, Mike, Valentina and Tapio are celebrating their papers! Each paper was rewarded with a white blood cell and a DNA plushie :)
Congratulations Xiuwei! This is such wonderful news that Xiuwei's baby boy has arrived, we are all really excited!