Lots of exciting events coming up as we look forward to NK2022, which is being held (in person!) in May. Emily also will be speaking at the Henry Kunkel Society meeting and the Innate Killer Summit in the spring.
April 2022: Congratulations to Richard Ren, a Bronx Science High School student who wrapped up a three year research project called "Sticky Cells on the Go: the role of NCAM in NK cells"
March 2022: Congratulations Seungmae Seo for receiving a travel award and being selected for a short talk at ISSCR!
March 2022: Congratulations Everardo Hegewisch Solloa for receiving a travel award and being selected for a short talk at NK2022!
December 2021: Emily gave an invited talk at the Karolinska Institute/KTH in Stockholm Sweden.
November 2021: Emily was appointed Research Faculty Liaison to the Department of Pediatrics Diversity and Inclusion Council
October 2021: Congratulations Everardo Hegewisch Solloa, who was awarded a three-year F31 fellowship from NIH-NIAID for his project "Contact-dependent determinants of human natural killer cell development"!
September 2021: Congratulations Amera Martinez, who is off to the joint NIH/John Hopkins University PhD program !
May 2021: Emily spoke at the Canadian Society for Immunology session at the American Association of Immunologists annual meeting.
April 2021: Emily spoke at the Clinical Immunology Society Annual Meeting.
January 2021: Emily begins a 3-year term as co-chair of the ASCB Women in Cell Biology Committee (WICB)
January 2021: Welcome to Dr. Yong-Oon Ahn (postdoctoral researcher) and Hijab Fatima (post-baccaulerate researcher) who joined the lab!
June 27, 2020: Emily gave an invited talk at the International Society for Stem Cell Research COREdinates session.
April 2020: Welcome Shira Eisman, who is joining the lab as a graduate student in the PhD Training Program in Genetics and Development at Columbia University!
March 15, 2020: Best wishes and good luck to Dr. Sagar Patil, who started a new position as a research scientist at St. Jude's Children's Hospital.
January 24, 2020: Emily gave a seminar at the Department of Genetics and Genomic Sciences/Institute for Genomics & Multiscale Biology Seminar Series at Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai.
January 16, 2020: Second New York City Primary Immune Deficiency and Inborn Errors of Immunity Meeting, New York Academy of Medicine
December 4, 2019: Congratulations to Barclay Lee, who successfully defended his PhD thesis and is the second doctoral student to do so from the Mace Lab.
December 2019: Emily was elected a member of the Henry Kunkel Society.
December 2019: Congratulations Sagar Patil and Seungmae Seo for winning the CSCI image contest for their image of iPSC-derived NK cells
November 18, 2019: Emily gave an invited seminar in the Biology Department at Hunter College.
November 2019: Check us out on the CSCI blog
October 1, 2019: Congratulations Dr. Seungmae Seo on being awarded a spot on the NYSTEM training grant!
October 1, 2019: Emily gave an invited talk at NK2019
July 29, 2019: Welcome Amera Dixon, who is re-joining the lab as a post-baccalaureate researcher (and congratulations on graduating from Rice University with a BSc in Biochemistry!)
July 15, 2019: Welcome Dr. Michael Shannon, who is joining the lab as a postdoctoral researcher!
April 1, 2019: Welcome Abigail Reed, who is joining the lab as a rotation student from the Microbiology and Immunology Graduate Program at Columbia University!
April 1, 2019: Welcome Nicole Muse, who is joining the lab as a graduate student in the Nutritional and Metabolic Biology Graduate Program at Columbia University!
April 1, 2019: Welcome Dr. Seungmae Seo, who is joining the lab as a postdoctoral researcher!
March 19-21, 2019: Emily gave an invited talk at the Innate Killer Summit in San Diego, CA.
February 15, 2019: Emily gave an invited talk at the UCSD San Diego Center for Precision Immunotherapy NK Cell Symposium.
January 17, 2018: Emily gave Immunology Seminar at the University of Indiana.
January 31, 2019: Congratulations to Dr. Justin Gunesch! He successfully defended his PhD thesis and is the first doctoral graduate from the Mace Lab.
December 8, 2018: Congratulations Amera Dixon for winning first place in the Undergraduate Poster Competition at the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) annual meeting!
December 4, 2018: Sagar Patil presented a poster at the Columbia University Postdoctoral Research Symposium titled "Defining human NK cell developmental stages throughout differentiation from iPSC on autologous stroma in vitro".
December 1, 2018: Emily was accepted as full member of the Columbia Stem Cell Initiative as a full faculty member.
Texas Medical Center Hematopoiesis and Inflammation Symposium: November 7, 2018.
October 2, 2018: Emily gave an invited seminar at The Ohio State University.
September 27, 2018: Emily was a speaker at the NK Cell-Based Immunotherapy meeting at Discovery on Target in Boston, MA.
September 25, 2018: Welcome Niki Muse, who will be doing a rotation in the lab as part of the Nutritional and Metabolic Biology graduate program!
September 21, 2018: Emily is awarded NIH-NIAID R01-AI37275 entitled 'Defining the role of the replicative helicase in human NK cell development'.
September 20, 2018: Congratulations to Amera Dixon, who won an ASCB Travel Award to attend the annual meeting and present her abstract entitled "Regulation of actin cytoskeletal processes by NCAM in human immune cells"!
September 18, 2018: Emily gave a seminar in the CUIMC Physiology and Cellular Biophysics Seminar Series.
September 12, 2018: Emily was a speaker at the 2018 NK Cell Symposium in Hamburg, DE and gave a talk entitled 'Multiscale Image Analysis of Human NK Cell Development'.
September 5, 2018: Emily gave an invited seminar in the Pediatric Chief of Service series at Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York Presbyterian.
August 29, 2018: Welcome Evey Hegewisch Solloa, who will be doing a rotation in the lab as part of the Integrated Program in Cellular, Molecular and Biomedical Sciences graduate program!
August 6, 2018: Emily joins the Columbia Stem Cell Initiative as an affiliate faculty member.
August 6, 2018: Emily is accepted as graduate faculty in the Integrated Program in Cellular, Molecular and Biomedical Sciences at Columbia University Medical Center.
July 23, 2018: Justin Gunesch's paper titled 'Genome-wide analyses and functional profiling of human NK cell lines' is published in Molecular Immunology. Congratulations Justin!
July 1, 2018: Emily is awarded NIH-NIAID R01-AI37073 entitled 'Defining the role of cell migration in human NK cell differentiation'.
July 1, 2018: Mace Lab members Sagar Patil and Barclay Lee make the move from Houston. Welcome to NYC!
May 31, 2018: Emily gives an invited talk and Justin Gunesch and Amera Dixon present posters at NK2018.
May 15, 2018: Mace Lab opens its doors at CUIMC!