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Recent Lab News
Katy is officially tenured as an Associate Professor, effective July 2022.
We showed that after performing trogocytosis, E. histolytica resists complement deposition, while also acquiring and displaying human complement regulatory proteins on its own surface.
Our article, “Growth and genetic manipulation of Entamoeba histolytica“ can be found at Current Protocols.
Maura was selected for funding by the UC Davis T32 Training Program in Comparative Medicine. Congratulations, Maura!
Check out Akhila and Hannah’s review article, “Biting off what can be chewed: Trogocytosis in health, infection and disease,” which was just published by Infection and Immunity as part of the collection “Early-Career Scientists Shaping the New Microbiology.” The article was also highlighted on the cover.