In April 2019, the Stevens lab was featured on the front cover of the 25th anniversary edition of Immunity. Immunity also created what they call the “Immunity Community”, a resource to foster connections within the immunology community.
To read the special anniversary issue, click here.
To visit the Immunity Community website, click here.
On June 25th, the Boston Red Sox honored the Cure Alzheimer’s Fund. Several individuals, including co-chairmen and co-founders of Cure Alzheimer’s Fund, Henry McCance and Jeff Morby, and researchers including Dr. Beth Stevens, and Dr. David Holtzman were honored on field before the game, with Dr. David Holtzman throwing out the ceremonial first pitch. The Red Sox went on to beat the Chicago White Sox 6-3.
On May 30th 2019, Beth Stevens received an honorary doctorate at Northeastern University. Beth earned her bachelor’s degree in medical laboratory science from Northeastern in 1993.
Click here to read the full profile of Northeastern’s 2019 honorary doctorate recipients.
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.
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!