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Andrea Amitrano, M.S.Andrea Amitrano M.S.
Graduate Student
Minsoo Kim Lab

T cell metabolism in the tumor microenvironment

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Alessandra Araujo, M.S.Alessandra Araujo M.S.
Graduate Student
Yarovinsky Lab

Role of Toll Like Receptors and Commensal Bacteria in Secondary Responses to T. gondii

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Sara Blick, Sara Blick
Graduate Student
Elliott Lab

Role of CD47 in macrophage clearance of pyrenocytes

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Amelia Clark, M.S.Amelia Clark M.S.
Graduate Student
Topham Lab

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Ninoshka Fernandes, Ninoshka Fernandes
Graduate Student
Fowell Lab
Program for Advanced Immune Bioimaging

Mechanosensing by CD4+ T cells during Inflammation.

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Roisin Flanagan, Roisin Flanagan
Undergraduate Student
Minsoo Kim Lab

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Jonathan Kasper, Jonathan Kasper
Undergraduate Student
Jim Miller Lab

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Marina Koroleva, M.S.Marina Koroleva M.S.
Graduate Student
Sant Lab

The effect of vaccine protein composition on the immune B cell response

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Kevin Ladd, Kevin Ladd
Undergraduate Student
Sant Lab

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Courtney Lavery, Courtney Lavery
Graduate Student
Sant Lab

Identification of APCs in the lungs that can interact with CD4 T cells after infection with Influenza A

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Yifei Lin, Yifei Lin
Undergraduate Student
RHIC Core Lab

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Americo  Lopez-Yglesias, Ph.D.Americo  Lopez-Yglesias Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Associate
Yarovinsky Lab

How the transcription factor T-bet coordinates both innate and adaptive immune cells in order to mount a protective type I immune response against the apicomplexan parasite Toxoplasma gondii.

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Savannah Moritzky, Savannah Moritzky
Graduate Student
Sant Lab

Exploring the importance of CD4+ T cells during the immune response and memory to influenza vaccine.

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Sean Nelson, M.S.Sean Nelson M.S.
Graduate Student
Sant Lab

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Jonathan Pinney, M.S.Jonathan Pinney M.S.
Graduate Student
Elliott Lab

Investigating the molecular mechanisms that govern macrophage phagocytosis of mAb-opsonized targets in cancer immunotherapy.

“I am interested in becoming a scientist in industry where I will have the opportunity to combine experimental and computational analyses to develop new and improve current scientific tools.”

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Hen Prizant, Ph.D.Hen Prizant Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Associate
Fowell Lab
Program for Advanced Immune Bioimaging

Interaction between pathogen and effector T cells in infected tissue

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Anuj Rattan, Ph.D.Anuj Rattan Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Associate
Sant Lab

The effector CD4 T cell specificities during influenza infection

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Fatima Rivera-Escalera, Ph.D.Fatima Rivera-Escalera Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow
Elliott Lab

Investigation of cellular mechanisms and immunologic consequences of efferocytosis and antibody-dependent phagocytosis by tissue-resident macrophages in vitro and in relevant mouse models of disease

“I would like to continue my career in biomedical research either as a principal investigator in academia or as a scientist in industry.”

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Alexandra Safronova, Ph.D.Alexandra Safronova Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Associate
Yarovinsky Lab

Gut microbiota, host defense and immunity: analysis with integrative omics approach

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Gaia Sartorelli, Gaia Sartorelli
Undergraduate Student
Fowell Lab

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Malavika Satheesh, Malavika Satheesh
Undergraduate Student
Jim Miller Lab

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Dillon Schrock, Ph.D.Dillon Schrock Ph.D.
Post-Doctoral Fellow
Program for Advanced Immune Bioimaging

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Alissa Trzeciak, M.S.Alissa Trzeciak M.S.
Graduate Student
Minsoo Kim Lab

Long-term brain dysfunction driven by acute sepsis-associated encephalopathy

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