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Principal Investigator

Deborah FowellDeborah Fowell, Ph.D.
KMRB 3-9641
Phone: (585) 273-3680

Differentiation of CD4 T lymphocytes in infectious and autoimmune disease

Minsoo KimMinsoo Kim, Ph.D.
Phone: (585) 276-3917

Dynamic regulation of leukocyte adhesion and migration

Jim MillerJim Miller, Ph.D.
KMRB 3-9649
Phone: (585) 275-9698

Molecular and cellular events that regulate T cell signaling and activation

David TophamDavid Topham, Ph.D.
KMRB 3-9631
Phone: (585) 273-1403

Conducting clinical and translational research on respiratory pathogens, immunity, and infectious disease, including the study of environmental factors that affect immune responses to influenza and vaccination, seeking new approaches to enhance immunity, reduce pathology, and prevent disease.


Mark SangsterMark Y. Sangster, Ph.D.
Research Professor
KMRB 3-9629
Phone: (585) 273-3109

B cell responses to influenza infection and vaccination; B cell memory; mucosal immunology; mathematical modeling of B cell responses

Kristen ScheibleKristen Scheible, M.D.
Assistant Professor

Neonatal immunology; T cell function in preterm infants

Postdoctoral Scholars

Hen PrizantHen Prizant, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Associate

Interaction between pathogen and effector T cells in infected tissue

Technicians and Staff

Valeria AlbertiValeria Alberti
Laboratory Technician IV

Angie HughsonAngie Hughson
Sr. Technical Associate
KMRB 3-9892
Phone: (585) 273-2902

Kris Lambert EmoKris Lambert Emo
Technical Associate II
KMRB 3-9852
Phone: (585) 273-1408

Erin LeeErin Lee
Administrative Assistant

David OleksynDavid Oleksyn
Technical Associate I

Nilesh PatilNilesh Patil
Data Staff Scientist

Tyler ReidTyler Reid, M.S.
IT Desktop Support/Programmer
KMRB 1-9649
Phone: (585) 273-5332

Emma ReillyEmma Reilly, Ph.D.
Staff Scientist

Lindsay ScowcroftLindsay Scowcroft
Finance Administrator

Graduate Students

Ninoshka FernandesNinoshka Fernandes
Graduate Student

Mechanosensing by CD4+ T cells during Inflammation.

Dillon SchrockDillon Schrock
Graduate Student

The role of the extracellular matrix in facilitating CD4+ T cell migration and localization specifically as it pertains to Tfh function in the germinal center.

Brandon WallingBrandon Walling
Graduate Student
Phone: (585) 273-1435

Evaluating T cell migration and chemokine dependence