Bonami Lab Research News

It's always a thrill to hear those words. Looking forward to seeing our work on the different requirements for SLAM-associated protein (SAP) in type 1 diabetes and autoimmune arthritis in print at the Journal of Immunology.

Belated congratulations to Jenny Young-Glazer, M.D. and Alberto Cisneros, Ph.D. for their co-first author manuscript submission and ACR abstract submission focused on Jo-1-binding B cells in anti-tRNA synthetase syndrome.

So many new additions to our lab! A warm welcome to our returning/new undergraduate students Eunice Kim and Camille Westlake, our new medical student, Steven Scaglione, and our new internal medicine resident/Harrison Society trainee, Paul Lindau, M.D., Ph.D. It's great to have you all on board, cheers to doing some exciting sci

We're sad to see Mason and Hunter leave the lab so they can start (or return to) med school, but we wish them all the best!

We're excited to welcome Hunter Jackson to the Bonami lab! We thank the DRTC Summer Diabetes Research Program for letting him join our group.

We're excited to have so many new additions to the Bonami lab. Wishing a warm welcome to Austin!

Wishing a warm Bonami lab welcome to Alberto Cisneros, Ph.D. We're excited to have Dr. Cisneros joining our group!

Welcome Bryan Joosse to the Bonami Lab, we're excited to have you!

Congrats to Mason Forchetti on an excellent poster presentation at the Vanderbilt Infection, Immunology, and Inflammation (VI4) Symposium yesterday on his work generating monoclonal hybridoma lines from insulin-specific B lymphocytes isolated from pre-symptomatic type 1 diabetes patients.

The Bonami lab was recently featured in the Basic Science Faculty Spotlight for their receipt of a three-year Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Strategic Research Award to study autoreactive B lymphocytes in type 1 diabetes.