Richard Phipps, Ph.D. University of Rochester
Principal Investigatorwork Box 850 Rochester NY p (585) 275-8326 email@example.com Research Focus: Control of normal and malignant B lymphocyte activation, cellular and molecular characterization of fibroblasts as mediators of inflammation, wound healing and fibrosis, Graves ophthalmopathy, and platelet biology.
Sherry Spinelli, Ph.D. University of Rochester
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Collynn Woeller, Ph.D. University of Rochester
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Postdoctoral Fellowwork Rochester NY Katie_Lannan@urmc.rochester.edu Research Focus: Examine fibrosis and capsular contracture that occurs following radiation therapy and breast reconstructive surgery. Mouse models of fibrosis will be employed and primary human tissue samples from patients with capsular contracture will be obtained
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Toxicology Graduate Studentwork Rochester NY firstname.lastname@example.org Research Focus: Using specialized pro-resolving lipid mediators to treat altered immune response to influenza seen after cigarette smoke exposure
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- Endogenous ligands of the aryl hydrocarbon receptor regulate lung dendritic cell function.Immunology. (2015 Nov 10).
- Specialized pro-resolving mediators (SPMs) inhibit human B-cell IgE production.Eur J Immunol. (2015 Oct 17).
- Resolvins attenuate inflammation and promote resolution in cigarette smoke-exposed human macrophages.Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol. 309, L888-901. (2015 Oct 15).