JCI’s Dr. Elyse Dankoski Interviews Nobel Laureate Gregg Semenza at the Hypoxia Meeting

In light of the recent awarding of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine to field founders Dr. Gregg Semenza, Dr. William Kaelin Jr., and...

Organizer Insights into the Global Virome in Health & Disease Meeting

The microbiome, once overlooked for its complexity and essential role in dictating human (and ecosystem) health and disease, is now recognized as a key...

Global Health Travel Awardee Shares Insights from “Helminths” Meeting

A guest blog post by Bola Oyesola, a 5th-year Nigerian graduate student at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY and a Cornell African Fellow who received...

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...

Global Health Travel Award Winners Convene at Cell Death Meeting in Brazil

Last week in São Paulo, Brazil, researchers convened for the “Why So Many Ways to Die? Apoptosis, Necroptosis, Pyroptosis, and Beyond” meeting to discuss...