Another Timmerman to be published this Fall!

My brother’s doctoral dissertation is going to be published in the Journal of Leukocyte Biology in November. You can read the abstract HERE. Have a taste:

Exercise training or higher levels of physical activity are known to exert anti-inflammatory effects. CD14+CD16+ monocytes are potent producers of inflammatory proteins, and elevated levels of these “inflammatory” monocytes have been implicated in disease development. Little is known about the influence of exercise training on this cell population.

People back home often refer to Kyle as the smart one. An argument that I disagree with by pointing to tales of lost keys, drowned cell phones, and temporary lapses of common sense as evidence that he is not.

Although, when I read stuff like this, I start to agree with them.

If Kyle is the Smart One, I guess that makes me the Dumb One.



Seen any crocs?

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Kyle Timmerman says:

This is going to be the best fall ever! I’m pretty sure that I’m going to get rich and famous off both of your coat tails.

Matt Barhorst says:

Nothing pisses me off more than inflammatory monocytes.

Kelsey says:

Especially the CD14+CD16+ inflamed monocytes. They should really make a cream for that.

Kyle Timmerman says:

A cream . . . . you’re a genius, Kels!! We’ll make hundreds of dollars!! I’ll get to work on it in the lab.

Kelsey says:

Hundreds of dollars!!!!!

Let your voice be heard!