CBS This Morning profiles the Romberg Lab and details our recent discovery of PU.1-mutated agammaglobulinemia (PU.MA). Partnerships between doctors, scientists and patients are the engines of scientific discovery!
Thanks to the vaccine, Romberg Lab happy hours are back! So much to toast to (birthdays, graduation, accepted papers, really handsome western blots…)
Lab post-doc Sandy (Di) Sun gives a totally bonkers CHOP Grand Rounds on how to use cost-effectiveness to guide national agammaglobulinemia treatment strategies. One-way sensitivity analyses have never looks soooooo good!
Lab post-doc Carole Le Coz is interviewed in Futura Sante’. Great info about PU.1-mutated agammaglobulinemia (PU.MA) for French speakers.
Lots for Romberg Lab to celebrate! Sam is Yale SOM bound! Welcome Emy, you’re just what we needed! COVID vaccines! and ….. PU.MA!
Thanks to Ed Cara from Gizmodo for this nice interview about our recent discovery of PU.1-mutated agammaglobulinemia (PU.MA)
Thanks to “The Hill” for this nice article and videodescribing our recent discovery of PU.1-mutated agammaglobulinemia (PU.MA)
5th annual March Madness watch party/Lab meeting! (social distancing version…)
Brian Nolan MD, PhD regales the CHOP Grand Round Audience on his B-cell disease discovery work performed in the Romberg Lab
Caroline presents her work on CVID plasma to thunderous applause at the CIS Annual Meeting 2019
Brave-ing down time @ the 2019 CIS conference in Atlanta
4th Annual Romberg Lab Retreat/March Madness Celebration!
Romberg Lab super heroes!
CIS Summer School 2018