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The University of British Columbia, Vancouver | Musqueam Traditional Territory
Josh and Maria wrote a blog post for UBC Women’s Health Research Cluster on sex differences in COVID-19. We were inspired by the work done in Dr. Akiko Iwasaki’s lab on this topic and reviewed a few of their research articles for the general public. Check it out! https://womenshealthresearch.ubc.ca/blog/covid-19-differences-between-men-and-women
We welcome Vannavee Pornsinsiriruk, a 4th year UBC M&I student! She is joining our lab as a Directed Studies student after spending a year and a half in Dr. Lisa Osborne’s lab as a co-op student working on microbiota-independent function of antibiotics on immunity. Vanny will be working on our NSERC funded project on investigatingContinue reading “Vanny joins our lab for Directed Studies”