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Samir Bhagwat, Ph.D.

Contact Information

Phone Numbers

Office: (585) 273-3509

Biography

Research

Dr. Bhagwat's research interests are monoclonal antibodies for the study of P. carinii; lung damage from P. carinii: pathogenesis and prevention; and chemokine regulation of immune cell recruitment during Pneumocystis pneumonia.

Credentials

Faculty Appointments

Education

1989
BSc | Wilson College, University of Mumbai
Microbiology

1991
MSc | Institute of Science, University of Mumbai
Microbiology

2000
PhD | Medical College of Ohio
Microbiology/Immunology

Publications

Journal Articles

2010
Wang J; Gigliotti F; Bhagwat SP; George TC; Wright TW. "Immune modulation with sulfasalazine attenuates immunopathogenesis but enhances macrophage-mediated fungal clearance during Pneumocystis pneumonia." PLoS Pathogens. 2010; : 6(8).

2010
Bhagwat SP; Wright TW; Gigliotti F. "Anti-CD3 antibody decreases inflammation and improves outcome in a murine model of Pneumocystis pneumonia." Journal of Immunology. 2010; : 184(1).

7/15/2008
Pryhuber GS, Huyck HL, Bhagwat S, O'Reilly MA, Finkelstein JN, Gigliotti F, Wright TW. "Parenchymal cell TNF receptors contribute to inflammatory cell recruitment and respiratory failure in Pneumocystis carinii-induced pneumonia." The Journal of immunology : official journal of the American Association of Immunologists.. 2008 Jul 15; 181(2):1409-19.

Books & Chapters

2003
Chapter Title: Gene Expression in Oral Biofilms
Book Title: Medical Implications of Biofilms
Author List: Burne RA, Chen YM, Li Y, Bhagwat SP, Wen Z.
Edited By: Wilson M, Devine D
Published By: Cambridge University Press2003 in Cambridge, UK

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