I am writing to:
1. thank you all for your continue support of helping to bridge the communication gap between scientists and the public by reading Escaping Anergy: The Immunology Research Blog
2. to explain that I am finally emerging for my Winter Hibernation. Ok so, I wasn't actually burrowed in the ground waiting desperately for the end of cool temperatures, but I was extremely busy with things that tied up my time to sit and write detailed analyses about the latest in amazing immunology research discoveries. What was I doing that consumed all my time?
There was everything from the Holidays and New Years' Celebrations to traveling to California for Research Conference...
|Leafy Seahorse seen at the Seahorse Exhibit at the Monterey Bay Aquarium (seen during a very brief break from the conference).|
|Beautiful Montego Bay, Jamaica!|
to beginning to train for a 10-mile race in April...
|At the end of a half-marathon I ran last season with a few friends, goal this year: 8:30 min/mile for the 10-miler in April!|
|How could we NOT adopt him?!|
Without adding to this blog, does that mean I've been anergic over Winter? Not completely because in addition to responding to your e-mails @ firstname.lastname@example.org and teaching Immunology this semester I have been maintaining a very active Twitter account over these Winter months, so I encourage you to follow me on Twitter to get daily updates about the latest in immunology research! Thank you to everyone currently following @escapinganergy and for your constant support!
There has been so much exciting research published in the fields of immunology, human health and disease that I can't wait to write about here. So please stay tuned here at Escaping Anergy: The Immunology Research Blog and on Twitter @escapinganergy!