Women Making History in Infectious Disease and Global Health Research

For Women’s History Month, we are highlighting the many inspiring women who are making history in science and medicine!  From students to field leaders,...

Breaking Research from “Microbiome: Therapeutic Implications” With Dr. Elena Verdu

As the “Microbiome: Therapeutic Implications” meeting wraps up in Killarney, Ireland, many hot topics and scientific insights have emerged over the past few days. One...

Continuing the Conversation: Q/A from our ePanel Event on Vector-Borne Disease

On April 9th, viewers from Brazil, Senegal, Sri Lanka, India, Nigeria, Pakistan, Serbia, Belgium, the US, and more joined us for the VKS virtual ePanel...

Meet the Editors: EMBO’s Deniz Senyilmaz Tiebe at the Upcoming Tumor Metabolism Meeting

At the upcoming Keystone Symposia meeting on "Tumor Metabolism," journal editors will share their insights into the publishing process, and how to maximize the impact...

The Yin and Yang of Helminths: What We Learned in Cape Town

Helminths are master manipulators of the host immune system, enabling them to evade immune responses and vaccination strategies to cause chronic, debilitating infection.  Yet...