Binh Cao attends the 2019 annual American Society of Parasitologists conference

On July 11-14, Binh attended the American Society of Parasitologists annual conference on held at The Double Tree by Hilton-Mayo Clinic Area in Rochester, MN. Binh gave a talk on “How does ROP23 contribute to Toxoplasma gondii virulence?” He also had the opportunity to meet nobel laureate William Campbell, who won the Nobel Prize in 2015 for discovering ivermectin, anti-parasitic drug used to treat river blindness and elephantiasis.

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Guiton lab at the 15th biennial meeting on Toxoplasma Biology and Toxoplasmosis

On June 19-22, Guiton lab members Dr. Guiton, Binh, Paula, and Emily attended an international conference on Toxoplasma gondii held at the Hotel Heliconias Decameron in Quimbaya, Quindio, Colombia. Emily gave a talk on “How do developmentally regulated metabolic enzymes contribute to stage conversion during Toxoplasma pathogenesis?” Binh and Paula presented a poster on “How does ROP23 contribute to Toxoplasma gondii virulence?”

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Lab Update

 On May 9, 2018, undergraduates Leslie and Binh presented at the Parasitology group Stanford. 

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CSR Symposium

On April 25, 2018, Guiton lab members: Binh, Emma, Emily, Leslie, Parm, and Paula participated in the Annual CSR Student Research Symposium

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Guiton Lab members present at BAMPS

On March 24, 2018, Guiton lab members: Binh, Chris, Emily, Leslie, Parm, and Paula participated in the Annual Bay Area Microbial Pathogenesis Symposium (BAMPS) poster sessions held at UCSF Mission Bay. 

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Congratulations to Binh Cao for winning 3rd place at NCP

On February 10, 2018, undergraduate student Binh Cao  won an honorable mention for his presentation "How are proteins trafficked to the rhoptry organelles in Toxoplasma gondii?" at the annual Northern California Parasitologists (NCP) student competition, located at UCSF Mission Bay. 

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Congratulations to Paula and Binh!

Guiton Lab’s very own undergraduate researchers, Paula Rodriguez and Binh Cao, have been selected to participate in the CSUEB Louis Stokes Alliances Minority Participation (LSAMP) Program, which is a statewide program dedicated to strengthening the diversity, quality and participation in STEM disciplines. Congrats, you two! 

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