The EDIT Lab Team traveled to the NIH in December of 2019 to attend an Epigenetics course at the NIH. FAES program at the NIH provides week-long courses from experts in a variety of areas, the epigenetics course we took was fantastic and can be found here: Link. We learned a ton and got to see some of DC!
Katie joins EDIT!
Katie officially joined the EDIT team!
EDIT is hiring!
EDIT Labs is hiring a RS1 and RS3. If you are interested in joining email Dr. Gustafson with your CV, a cover letter and the names of 3 references.
Heather has been selected to participate in the Innovation Lab: Systems Biology for the Cancer Microbiome, jointly organized by the National Cancer Institute and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. This week long event will take take place in New York, April 29th-May 3rd, 2019. The workshop’s goal is to “identify opportunities to accelerate research on the influence of the microbiome in cancer.” She is excited to learn, explore and develop new relationships to investigate how her expertise in cancer biology and the innate immune system can integrate with the microbiome interface.
EDIT Labs officially opens on July 1st, 2019 in the Ben Towne Center for Childhood Cancer Research within the brand new building CURE at Seattle Children’s Research Institute! We are excited to get started!
Join Heather on Feb 2nd at the Pacific Science Center from 1-4pm to learn more about the immune system and cancer! Details can be found on the outreach page! :)
Heather is in Melbourne, Australia with her collaborators at the Walter and Eliza Hall Medical Institute till the end of December 2018. She is excited to finish off her publication. She is getting a lot done and loving the wonderful and enriching scientific environment!
Rising Stars in BME
Heather has been selected to participate in the 2018 Rising Stars in BME. She’s excited to travel to John’s Hopkins, November 14-16th, 2018
EDIT Labs at BMES 2018
Heather will be presenting an oral presentation at BMES October 17-20, 2018
Abstract Title: Fibrin Stabilisation by a Targeted, Synthetic Polymer Modulates the Brain Metastatic Niche
Authors: Heather Gustafson, Robert Lamm, Drew Sellers, Nathan White, Suzie Pun
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