Our paper highlighted in Immunity

Our paper on basal cell memory in type 2 inflammation published in a recent issue of Nature is the subject of a preview article in Immunity: “In a recent issue of Nature, Ordovas-Montanes et al. (2018) used cutting-edge genomic, epigenetic, and interventional techniques to characterize...

Shalek Lab Featured in Nature!

The Shalek Lab features prominently in a Technology Feature that appears in this week’s issue of Nature.  Seq-Well, a technology platform developed by members of the Shalek and Love labs, is highlighted with particular emphasis on the lab’s ongoing efforts using...

Welcome Conner and Michelle!

We are excited that two new graduate students have decided to join the lab. Conner Kummerlowe is a first-year graduate student in the Computational and Systems Biology program at MIT. Before joining the Shalek lab, Conner studied Chemistry and Mathematics...

Newest Members Join the Team!

We welcomed several brand new members to the Shalek Lab this Spring! Brittany Goods joins the lab as a postdoctoral scholar following her PhD from Chris Love’s lab here at MIT. Sarah Nyquist joins as a co-advised PhD student at MIT in Computational & Systems Biology with Bonnie Berger. Alejandro Gupta and Toby Aicher join as new technicians, and Jenna Melanson joins as a new MIT-sponsored UROP. Welcome everyone!...

Shalek Lab visits Durban

With the generous support of a MISTI grant from MIT, the Shalek Lab had the opportunity to visit collaborators at the Kwazulu-Natal Research Institute for Tuberculosis and HIV (K-RITH) in Durban, South Africa during the last week of June. The...