Cordy Lab participated in the American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene (ASTMH) 2022 annual Meeting held this year in Seattle, Washington

Congrats to Dinah who wins an award from ACMCIP and give an oral presentation entitled “Deducing the Effect of Variable Oxygen Concentrations on Plasmodium falciparum Growth” during the ASTMH annual meeting. Check out the abstract here.

Former undergraduate student Noelle Allen presented her poster entitled “Gut barrier integrity in Macaques infected with Plasmodium Knowlesi” at ASTMH. Both of them performed an outstanding job! Well done!

Lab PI Regina Cordy also presented a talk entitled “Plasma metabolome and gut microbiome fluctuations during acute and chronic malaria infection” during ACMCIP Omics session.

A speaker was hosted by Cordy lab

Michael Ferdig was hosted by Cordy lab to deliver a seminar titled “Expanding the power of classical genetics to understand malaria parasite phenotypes: can malaria be the new yeast?”