Our lab has published a study showing that CD47 protects synapses from elimination by microglia during development. You can read more about the work here. Congratulations to Emily and everyone else who worked on the study!
Soyon Hong has left the Stevens lab for UCL, where she is starting her own lab. We’ll miss Soyon, but we’re looking forward to seeing all of her exciting future research. Read more about her new lab here.
Beth Stevens talks to Eric Topol about her work.
Daisy Robinton just started her post doc in our lab, after working with George Daley (also at Harvard/Boston Children’s Hospital) for her PhD. Welcome to the lab Daisy!
Nicole Scott-Hewitt started a post doc in our lab this January. Welcome to the lab Nicole!
Beth, Dr. Mike Carroll (HMS/BCH) and Dr. Steve McCarroll (HMS) together received the 2016 Scientific Research Award of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). Congratulations Beth, Mike and Steve!
Hear about Beth’s work in this interview with IMHRO Brain Waves.
Summer fun in Westport, MA!
Our lab has published a study indicating that the classical complement cascade promotes early synapse loss in mouse models of Alzheimer’s disease. Congratulations to Soyon Hong and everyone else in the lab who participated in this exciting work!
Our lab has co-authored a study together with the McCarroll and Carroll labs (at HMS and BCH, respectively) suggesting a link between schizophrenia, complement, and aberrant synaptic pruning. Congratulations to everyone who contributed to this work!
Or maybe the best MacArthur award celebration is dinner and karaoke?
Sushi: the best way to celebrate a MacArthur award!
The Dana Foundation reports on Beth becoming a MacArthur Fellow.
From the Boston Children’s Hospital Vector blog.