Read Pardis’ interview with HuffPost Entertainment, “Medical & Musical Journeys: An Interview with One of Time’s Persons of the Year, Pardis Sabeti”
Watch Pardis’ talk from TEDWomen 2015,”How We’ll Fight the Next Deadly Virus”
7 years in the making, the Sabeti Lab’s paper on global threat Lassa virus is out now in Cell. Read the full text here.
Mahan Nekoui, undergrad in the lab, has been named one of top 20 under 20 by Plan Canada Visit the link here.
Sabeti lab researchers have published an analysis of Ebola virus genetic mutations and evolutionary trends throughout the 2014 Ebola outbreak in their new paper, “Ebola Virus Epidemiology, Transmission, and Evolution during Seven Months in Sierra Leone.” Read the full text here See the The New York Times article, “Genome Studies Show How Ebola Spread Initially”
Dr. Pardis Sabeti is announced as one of 26 of the nation’s top biomedical researchers that will become HHMI investigators and will receive the flexible support necessary to move their research in creative new directions. The initiative represents an investment in basic biomedical research of $153 million over the next five years. Visit the link […]
Dr. Pardis Sabeti has been chosen as one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People in 2015 Visit the link here. Visit the link for the 2015 honorees. Ebola detective When the Ebola epidemic began in West Africa, Dr. Pardis Sabeti led a team that did something critically important: it sequenced virus samples from infected patients […]
Sabeti lab researchers publish findings on the Development of a Single Nucleotide Polymorphism Barcode to Genotype Plasmodium vivax Infections. Visit the link here . Plasmodium vivax, one of the five species of Plasmodium parasites that cause human malaria, is responsible for 25–40% of malaria cases worldwide. Malaria global elimination efforts will benefit from accurate and […]
Sabeti lab researchers publish findings on the Discovery of Novel Rhabdoviruses in the Blood of Healthy Individuals from West Africa. Visit the link here . Next-generation sequencing (NGS) has the potential to transform the discovery of viruses causing unexplained acute febrile illness (UAFI) because it does not depend on culturing the pathogen or a priori […]
Andrew Jin, 1st place winner in Intel high school science competition and Sabeti lab summer student in the lab. Visit the link here .