September 16th 2019
New lab, new start!
Three months in. It’s coming together!
Lab lunch at the BBQ Saloon to welcome Research Assistant Cherry!
Lab lunch at the Little Saigon to welcome Rotation Student Casey!
Lab lunch at the Rasoi to welcome Postdoc Florencia, Visiting Student Ruochen, and Rotation Student Juhee!
Juhee Son officially joined our lab as the first graduate student!! Our SARS-CoV-2 enteroid paper was accepted by Science Immunology!!
Lots of other things to celebrate too! We will make it up after the COVID-19 pandemic.
With COVID-19 ravaging and no sign of abating, the Ding lab Snack Station is online.
Sept 16th 2020
We turned one year old today! What a year it has been! Very thankful to people in the lab.
Back: Ruochen, Siyuan, Gaopeng
Front: Cherry, Juhee, Pascaline
Not in the picture: Florencia
A bittersweet moment to see Florencia off. We really enjoyed having you around and we will miss you dearly!
Ruochen finished one-year visiting scholarship in the lab and will go back to China. We hope to have you back soon!
Light at the end of the tunnel!
Pascaline is highlighted in a podcast run by Larissa in Mike Diamond’s lab: https://lmtv.podbean.com/
Stay tuned for more exciting studies from Pascaline in the near future.
Juhee, our first graduate student, just passed her qualifying exam with flying colors! Good reasons for celebration!
Berry and peach picking for our lab retreat. A beautiful day and lots of fun!
Lab party to celebrate Avan, our first MSTP student, joining the lab!
New lab photo!
Departmental holiday party at the Anheuser-Busch Biergarten.
What a way to head into 2022!
Avan just received a T32 predoctoral fellowship. Congratulations!
Renovation completed and a new chapter started! Celebratory lunch with the Goldberg lab.
Symposium and Dinner at the St. Louis Art Museum to celebrate Charlie’s Nobel Prize work done at WashU!
Congratulations! Pascaline just received an Early Career Award from the Thrasher Research Fund to investigate potential means to treat rotavirus and other enteric infections. Way to go!
Gaopeng just received the Stephen I. Morse Fellowship to study rotavirus innate immune evasion strategies. Congratulations!
The Ding lab showed up and showed out at the 41th American Society for Virology conference at University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Our lab is turning three years old! An annual lab retreat at the St. Louis aquarium.