We are testing a nanomedical approach, based on gold-nanoparticles, for HIV eradication in vitro, in human PBMCs, and in a pre-clinical model in vivo.
Our laboratory studies “tissue homeostasis” the deliberate and balanced equilibrium that the immune system must achieve in order to both enforce self-tolerance to our own tissues, while at the same time remaining poised to ...
Extensive scientific background in immunology and infectious disease, having worked with T-cells in the context of mycobacterial infection
We study how gene expression patterns are encoded in Metazoan DNA sequence, and how these patterns contribute to evolution, development, and disease.
Development of the adaptive immune response and integration of DNA damage responses and immune responses.
The focus and long-term research goals of the Sonnenberg Laboratory are to interrogate the mechanisms that maintain a state of health in the human gastrointestinal tract. Ongoing research in the Sonnenberg Laboratory aims to ...
I have been working on a new technology in immune-oncology field leveraging on my expertise in gene expression analysis and genetic engineering. Recently, I defined a correlation between ICAM-1 expression and malignant features in ...
I am interested in host pathogen interactions in human retrovirus infections, including HIV-1 and human endogenous retroviruses.
Our laboratory has had a longstanding interest in understanding the molecular mechanisms employed by lymphocytes to accurately respond to the signals that guide them along specific pathways.