New at AIV
Congratulations to our student, Teja Jammalamadaka, for his PhD position at the MIT Media Lab in Boston! Go for the stars, Teja!
Congratulations to Chetan Aditya, Clovis Basier, Ella de Gaulejac, Louis Faure, and Teja Jammalamadaka (AIV 2016-17) who, together with FdV PhD students publish ‘When evolution and biotechnologies collide‘ on The Conversation.
Congratulations to Zsuzsanna Gere, Baptiste Rouger and Oleksandra Sorokina (AIV 2016-2017) for their annotations on ‘Does peer review choose the best science?‘ as part of the Science in the Classroom assignment.
Congratulations to Ameya Murukutla (AIV 2015-2017) for her PhD position at the Applied Mathematics and Computational Geometry Lab in Grenoble, where she will work on Augmented reality in Anatomy extending into surgery.
All the best and fun in the coming years!
Congratulations to Mislav Acman, Éléonore Bellot, Charles Bernard, Thibault Corneloup, Louis Halconruy, Ahmed Saadawi, and Sebastian Sosa Carrillo (AIV 2016-2017) on their publication on The Conversation:
Congratulations to Bilen Regassa (AIV 2016-2017) on her publication in Breast Cancer Management: Curcumin and extracellular matrix proteins synergistically act to inhibit the proliferation of breast cancer cells
Congratulations to Giselle McCallum (AIV 2015-2017) on her publication in ELife with her contribution in her M1 internship: Chimeric origins of ochrophytes and haptophytes revealed through an ancient plastid proteome
Congratulations to Charles Bernard (AIV 2015-2017) for obtaining a fellowship of the ISTernship program at IST Austria! Enjoy Vienna!
The AIV team invites Prof. Pascale Cossart, head of the Bacteria-Cell Interaction unit at Pasteur Institute, to talk about her breakthrough discoveries in the biology of endoparasite infections. See you on Friday 8th December at 14h30!
Our series of Masterclasses continues with Ingmar H. Riedel-Kruse from Stanford, who will talk about “Making Multi-Cell Patterns Interactive, Accessible, and Programmable: Biotic Games, Biophysics Cloud labs, and Synthetic Cell-Cell Adhesion“. See you on September 29 at 11h!
The first Masterclass of the year will be held by Professor Frances Arnold of Caltech, who is going to talk about “Innovation by Evolution: Expanding the Enzyme Universe“. Meet you on September 22 at 11h!
Danny Ducat from Michigan State University will give a special AIV Masterclass at Lunch on May 19 at 13h. He will talk about ‘Engineering Artificial Phototroph/Autotroph Consortia and Improving Their Robustness to Real-World Threats‘.
Rosalind Allen (University of Edinburgh) will grace the AIV with a Masterclass on 24 February at 11.00h, where she will talk about ‘Models for antibiotic action and the evolution of antibiotic resistance‘.