We recorded This Week in Virology #202 at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, Nebraska on 5 October 2012, as part of the 12th Annual Symposium in Virology. Terence Dermody, Shou-Wei Ding, Grant McFadden and I spoke about our research, and then we recorded TWiV with University of Nebraska virologists James Van Etten, T. Jack Morris, and Charles Wood.
I was impressed by the fine virology being done at the Nebraska Center for Virology, as well as the collegiality of the virology community in Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, and Kansas – Symposium attendees were from all of those states! I met many young virologists at the poster session and I was touched by how many of them wanted to say hello and thank us for doing TWiV.
Many thanks to all the virologists who came to the Symposium and stayed to watch TWiV. Special thanks to Charles Wood, the Director of the Nebraska Center for Virology, who participated in TWiV #202 along with T. Jack Morris and James Van Etten.
Here are some behind the scenes photographs of this short but very informative visit.
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Sad I graduated and missed this year’s symposium. Dr Wood and everyone at the NCV are doing excellent research. Wished I could have been there to say hi.
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