Jan 2016 with Hsu lab
We study how do fibroblasts and macrophages support T cell development is the thymus. These two cell types are present in every organ and they help the main cell populations (e.g. hepatocytes in the liver, cardiomyocytes in the heart, etc.) to best perform their functions. However, in each tissue, fibroblasts and macrophages need to adapt to the local environment and demands. We want to know what are the unique adaptations of the resident thymic macrophages and fibroblasts and how these adaptations are important for optimal T cell development.
2018.04.12 Tyng-An with Ken Murphy (the authour of Janeway's Immunobiology) in front of his poster at the Keystone Symposium on Myeloid cells
2018.04.11 Jenny with her poster at the Keystone Symposium on Myeloid cells
2018.01.31 We say "Good-bye" to Wei-Ling who is going surfing at Kenting, before starting her job in Shanghai.
2017.08.31 We say "Good-bye" to Andy who is going to complete his military service.
2017.07.01 We welcome Venice - our new TIGP intern from Malaysia.
2016.06.05 Weiling and Andy's convocation
2017.03.16 Tyng-An with his poster at the Kyoto T Cell Conference
2016.08.31 We say "Good-bye" to Fahad who is returning back to Pakistan to complete his Veterinery Doctor degree.
2016.08.31 Fahad's TIGP-IIP certificate award
2016.08.15 We say "Good-bye" to John who is going to be a Research Assistant at MacKay Memorial Hospital in Tamsui
2016.06.30 We say "Good-bye" to Yu-Ying who is starting her PhD at Northwestern University, USA
2016.06.05 Frank and Brian's convocation
2016.02.22 We say "Good-bye" to Dan-Dan who is going to work in the Pathology Lab of the Tri-Service Hospital in Taipei
2015.06.06 John and DanDan's convocation
2015.04.21 DanDan took third place award in the Master students presentation competition
2014.02.10 Web page created