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Social Media 101: Tips for Scientists

Social Media 101: Tips for Scientists

Dear scientists, did you know you can amplify your passion for research and convey its results using social media? And the best part? It’s simple and free. You can post your newly published paper online to increase the number of views and even number of citations.

Professor Wilfred Jefferies becomes the first Canadian immunologist to be elected as a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors

Professor Wilfred Jefferies becomes the first Canadian immunologist to be elected as a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors

Professor Wilfred Jefferies’ innovative strategies and outstanding inventions that enable cancer immunotherapies and vaccines have been recognized

CBR Member Series – Episode 2: Diana Canals

CBR Member Series – Episode 2: Diana Canals

The UBC Centre for Blood Research presents a new video series featuring our members and their research. Meet Diana Canals and learn more about the PhD project that she is conducting in Dr. Kelly McNagny’s lab.

6th Great Wall Symposium – Institut Pasteur (Pasteur Institute), Paris, 2019

6th Great Wall Symposium – Institut Pasteur (Pasteur Institute), Paris, 2019

In late September, I had the opportunity to attend the 6th Great Wall Symposium at the Pasteur Institute in Paris, France. This biennial symposium focuses on the study of the bacterial outer envelope, specifically the cell wall.

Meet the Researcher: Dr. Christian Kastrup

Meet the Researcher: Dr. Christian Kastrup

I had the pleasure to meet Dr. Christian Kastrup at a convening of the NanoMedicines Innovation Network (NMIN), a national association drawn from academia, industry and other enterprises to leverage Canada as a global leader in developing next-generation therapeutics.

2019 Gordon Research Conference on Atherosclerosis

2019 Gordon Research Conference on Atherosclerosis

The conference was divided into nine sessions covering subjects like dyslipidemia and diabetes, genetic regulation of vascular and immune cells, and the contribution of non-coding RNA in vascular diseases.

CBR Magazine November 2019

CBR Magazine November 2019

2019 November Magazine for Website by CBR on Scribd

CBR Member Feature: Maria-Elizabeth Baeva, B.Sc.

CBR Member Feature: Maria-Elizabeth Baeva, B.Sc.

People who change your opinions about life come in all forms. For me, these forms usually entail lab coats and nitrile gloves. One of these PPE-endowed people is a Master of Science candidate in the laboratory of Dr. Wilfred Jeffries named Maria-Elizabeth Baeva.

Meet the Researcher: Prof. Hongshen Ma CBR Faculty Profile

Meet the Researcher: Prof. Hongshen Ma CBR Faculty Profile

Prof. Hongshen Ma is a principal investigator at the Centre for Blood Research, an Associate Professor with the Department of Mechanical Engineering and School of Biomedical Engineering, Senior Research Scientist with the Vancouver Prostate Centre, and Associate Member of the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine.

The Inaugural Systems Immunology Conference at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

The Inaugural Systems Immunology Conference at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

I had the pleasure of attending the inaugural meeting on Systems Immunology at the beautiful Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) campus in Cold Spring Harbor, New York.