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New NIH grant for the RasgonLab! September 29, 2019

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With a new 5 year $2.7M grant from the NIH, we’re excited to return to our roots and continue our research on West Nile virus and Culex tarsalis!

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New Postdoc Dr. Sultan Asad July 16, 2019

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Sultan just joined the RasgonLab to study mosquito-virus interactions. Welcome!

Visiting PhD student Gemma McLaughlin July 16, 2019

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Gemma McLaughlin is here to learn how to apply ReMOT Control to hymenopterans!

Visiting student Mireia Larrosa July 16, 2019

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Mireia Larrosa is here from Spain for a few months to learn research techniques for infectious disease

Visiting student from Israel June 6, 2019

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We are pleased to welcome Sanja Dokic, a visiting student from Ben Gurion University of the Negev. Sanja will be with us for the next couple of months learning ReMOT Control.

Visiting PhD student February 16, 2019

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We welcome Eunice Babatunde, visiting PhD student from Covenant University!

New paper published in Emerging Microbes and Infections on hist proteins mediating Zika virus infection January 16, 2019

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Heat shock protein 70 (Hsp70) mediates Zika virus entry, replication, and egress from host cells

New paper in PLoS NTD on Anopheles-transmitted viruses January 16, 2019

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Anopheles mosquitoes may drive invasion and transmission of Mayaro virus across geographically diverse regions

New visiting postdoc January 16, 2019

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We are pleased to welcome Dr. Cheick Amadou Coulibaly as a new RasgonLab postdoc from Mali!

ReMOT Control!! August 1, 2018

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New paper from the lab published in Nature Communications! A new method for performing CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing. This was the result of almost 8 years of work and countless people and collaborators. Very proud of this one!