There is no better way to celebrate all the recent successes from the joint efforts of Karagiannis and LaFave labs, than having a nice get-together with pizza, cake and a lot of fun during lunch-time at Einstein!
Our first official review article has been published in Frontiers in Immunology! This article links all current knowledge behind chemotherapy-induced thymic involution, and emergence of long adverse effects of chemotherapy in Cancer Survivors. Amazing and dedicated work by my two postdoctoral fellows, Maria Lagou and Dimitra Anastasiadou. We really thank the invited/topic editors that orchestrated this amazing article collection. Please navigate here to take a more thorough glimpse!
Maria Lagou and George Karagiannis receive the American Association of Immunologists (AAI) Career Fellowship Award! The photographer did a fantastic job to provide us with a nice picture to be posted on the AAI website.
Really proud for Conner Entenberg that received first prize at the school fair, after a fantastic presentation on his summer project: chemotherapy-induced thymic involution! Signs of success begin at the earliest career point possible in our lab!
The Karagiannis Lab recruits two sophomores as summer students, Conner Entenberg and Natalie Eng, to work on a two-year project and participate in high-school competitions!
The Karagiannis Lab grows, by recruiting the second post-doc, Dimitra Anastasiadou!
The Karagiannis Lab officially opens in the Albert Einstein Cancer Center and joins the Department of Microbiology and Immunology! Almost at its inauguration, the lab recruits the first post-doc, Maria Lagou.