Microbes, Immunity, and Inflammation

Current graduate students in Microbes, Immunity, and Inflammation:


Dr. Bruce Banfield's Lab

PhD Candidate
Jie Gao
Project: The function of the UL16/UL21 complex in the egress of herpes simplex virus capsids from the nucleus

Dr. Sam Basta's Lab

PhD Candidates
Kyle Seaver
Project: Developing a prophylactic immunization model by enhancing tumor-antigen cross-presentation
(Co-supervised by Dr. Peter Greer, Pathology and Molecular Medicine)

Torki Alothaimeen
Project: Analysis of CD4+ and CD8+ T cell immune responses in diverse models of antigenic challenges

Andra Banete
Project: The role of macrophage polarization in the regulation of immune functions against viral infections

Dr. Anne Ellis’ Lab

MSc Candidates
Mallory Gallant
Project:

Matthew Rarrls
Project:

Dr. Katrina Gee's Lab

PhD Candidate
Carly Petes
Project: Regulatory effects of the IL-12 family of cytokines on human innate immunity

MSc Candidate
Natalya Odoardi
Project:

Dr. Nader Ghasemlou's Lab

MSc Candidates
Courtney Bannerman
Proejct:

Jelena Petrovic
Project: The role of γ/δ T cells and mast cells as critical contributors to inflammatory pain

Julia Segal
Project: The circadian rhythm of pain in multiple sclerosis

Dr. Ken Jarrell's Lab

MSc Candidate
Sulav Sharma
P
roject: (co-supervised by Dr. Inka Brockhausen)

Dr. Anna Majury's Lab

 

Dr. Nancy Martin's Lab

 

Dr. Elaine Petrof's Lab

 

Dr. Keith Poole's Lab

MSc Candidate
Olivia Maroun
Project: The Impact of Zinc on Aminoglycoside Activity and Resistance in Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Dr. Leda Raptis' Lab

MSc Candidate
Zaid Taha
Project: Role of Stat3 Upon the Differentiation of HC11, Breast Epithelial Cells

Dr. Myron Szewczuk's Lab

Updated: 2017 12 19