Farewell to Ina & Mai

All of us here in the Hyman lab wish a warm farewell and the best of luck to two of our long time staff members, Ina Poser and Mai Thuong Pham, as they each move on to the next steps in their careers. Mai, one of our expert human cell line technicians, worked with us for over 3 years and will now be teaching in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Ina established and led our BAC Transgenomics group, directing the creation of thousands of transformed human and mouse cell lines. These lines have been used extensively in our lab and all over the world, leading to 43 publications for Ina during her 10 years here. We think that must set an MPI record! Ina will now be working in Regensburg, Germany.

Thank you for everything, Ina & Mai! We all miss you already.

Ina Poser

Ina Poser

Mai Thuong Pham

Mai Thuong Pham

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