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Lau

Immune memory occurs when the immune system remembers previous encounters with pathogens, aberrant cells, or self-antigens to produce a more rapid or robust secondary response upon re-encounter. It stands as the cornerstone of vaccine ...
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Sethupathy

In my lab we use molecular and genome-scale approaches to gain insight into normal physiology and disease etiology, primarily in the digestive system (gastrointestinal tract, liver, and pancreas). We are particularly interested in defining ...
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Dongre

Although immune checkpoint blockade therapy has revolutionized cancer treatment, a subset of tumors, such as those of the breast, are still largely unresponsive. The Dongre Lab is focused on understanding mechanisms that can potentiate ...
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McGeachy

We study how Th17 cells develop in mouse and human, and how IL-17 functions to balance inflammatory and regulatory roles during infection and autoimmunity. We are particularly interested in understanding how IL-17 signaling in ...
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Gludish

I study primary macrophages as targets of viral infection, including HIV and SARS-CoV2. I am using advanced ex vivo analyses, unbiased and targeted molecular profiling and mouse genetics to dissect the roles of macrophages ...
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Fowell

Regulation of Immunity at Tissue Sites of Infection and Autoimmunity.

White

We are interested in the role of the immune system in the initiation, progress and recurrence of skin cancer.

Tesfa

Extensive scientific background in immunology and infectious disease, having worked with T-cells in the context of mycobacterial infection