A case for free-range lab mice whose immune systems converge when hanging out together?

As we celebrate the impending publication of Alec and Bola’s paper on how immunologically similar mice become when they spend time together outdoors, a fascinating glimpse into the world of you-are (immunologically)-with-whom-you-spend-time (!), we also look back over a year of attention to our group’s research:

Please check out Alec’s radio appearance and Brian Levinson’s TAPintoPrinceton article that features Scientists in the Suburbs, as well as Sonia Shah’s New Yorker article on The case for free-range lab mice! We’re glad that people far beyond campus appreciate our attempts to naturalize “mouse models” for immunology and neuroscience.

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