October 19th, 2021. Eirini Vamva presents a Poster at the European Society for Gene and Cell Therapy Annual Congress on her work using Lentiviral Vector Delivery of eCD4-Ig to support HIV-1 neutralization.
July 9th, 2021. Congratulations to senior author Christian Gallardo, and Shiyi Wang, for their manuscript “MrHAMER yields highly accurate single molecule viral sequences enabling analysis of intra-host evolution”, now published in Nucleic Acids Research. Thanks to co-authors and collaborators at UCSD and UTMB.
May 25th, 2021. Torbett Lab members Christian Gallardo, Eirini Vamva, and Shentian Zhuang present Posters at the 2021 Retroviruses CSHL Meeting.
May 29th, 2021. Christian Gallardo presents at London Calling 2021 , the yearly Oxford Nanopore Sequencing conference, on the lab’s highly accurate nanopore sequencing approaches (MrHAMER).
March 31st, 2021. Congratulations to Christina Garza, joint Grad Student with the Forli Lab at TSRI, on a successful Advancement to Candidacy as part of the Scripps Research Doctoral Program . Committee Members include Ashok Deniz, PhD (TSRI), Lisa Racki, PhD (TSRI), Phil Dawson, PhD (TSRI), and David Goodsell, PhD (TSRI).
March 30th, 2021. Congratulations to Shiyi Wang on a successful Advancement to Candidacy as part of the M3D PhD Program at UW. Committee Members include Lisa Frenkel, MD (UW), Deborah Fuller, PhD (UW), Jesse Bloom, PhD (Fred Hutch), and Pejman Mohammadi, Ph.D (TSRI, External Examiner).
March 6th, 2021. Christian Gallardo presents his work at vCROI 2021 on new full-length sequencing approaches to interrogate the evolution of HIV drug resistance
March 5th, 2021. Congratulations to Shentian Zhuang for her manuscript “Interactions of HIV-1 Capsid with Host Factors and Their Implications for Developing Novel Therapeutics”, now published in Viruses .
January 8th, 2021. Christian Gallardo presents at HIVE Winter FTF Meeting on updates on highly accurate sequencing of patient isolates to interrogate in vivo evolution of drug resistance to cART.
September 1st, 2020. The Torbett Lab moves to Seattle Children’s Research Institute (SCRI) and the University of Washington (UW) Dept. of Pediatrics. The Lab will be part of the Center for Immunity and Immunotherapies at the Jack R. MacDonald Building in SCRI’s Research Campus in the bustling Denny Triangle neighborhood in Downtown Seattle.