We looked inside some of the tweets by @GeroldLab and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Registration is now open for our 2019 Workshop on Cell Biology of Viral Infections, Oct 23-25, 2019 at beautiful Schöntal monastery. This year's topic #zoonotic #virus infections. Come and join! Gisa & @pylozach #zoonosenplattform @BMBF_Bund Please RT! https://cellviro.g-f-v.org/
Through my work as a #scientist I got to know so many wonderful people - with one of them I am celebrating her birthday today. Cheers to Gisa Gerold @GeroldLab and thank you for being such a great colleague and true friend. #lovevirology #WomenInSTEM
Thank you so much Melanie Brinkmann @BrinkmannLab and Beate Sodeik @beatesodeik for coming to celebrate. I am grateful to meet such wonderful people like you through work. #scientist #LoveVirology #WomenInSTEM
Recently graduated in mol. biol./synth. bio? Interested in developing molecular tools to engineer gut microbial communities and understand their evolution? The @Diard_Lab @biozentrum is recruiting a postdoc! Comput. biol/quantitative profile not afraid of rodents welcome.
Casting my vote for the #EuropeanParliament now to then head to the Viruses and Cells GRC in Italy. Looking forward to seeing colleagues from all around the world and the first session with exiting talks tonight! #EUelections2019 #GoVote #WomenInSTEM #viruses #virusesandcells
Sad news - a giant in the world of structural biology and virology. Super helpful and kind to me when I was starting out, when I worked with him to solve the structure of canine parvovirus and related viruses. https://twitter.com/johnslparker/status/1128343532094349312 …
Very sad and a big loss to the scientific community.
Congratulations from MIMS, Nelson, MIMS affiliated group leader and former MIMS-EMBL group leader @mims_umea ! Good luck on your new position at @Stockholm_Uni ; https://www.su.se/mbw/research/research-groups/molecular-cell-biology/group-gekara … https://twitter.com/vetenskapsakad/status/1126158861411475457 …
Congratulations to your new position in the "South", Nelson! All the best for a smooth transition and exciting discoveries to come!
We're hiring! We're looking for a virologist (or virology-curious cell biologist) to join an exciting project looking at how herpesviruses modify the membrane composition of infected cells. Details at http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/21486/ - please spread the word!