Jenkins Lab Post Doctoral Fellow Alumni
Post Doctoral Fellows
Drew Catron, Ph.D.
Fellowship dates: 2003-2008
Research Emphasis: Memory T cell generation: CD4+ T cells that enter the draining lymph nodes after antigen injection participate in the primary response and become central-memory cells., Visualizing the first 50 hr of the primary immune response to a soluble antigen.
Current Position: Program Manager, Beckman Coulter, Minneapolis, MN
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Zong-Yu Chen, M.D., Ph.D.
Massimo Costalonga, D.D.S, Ph.D.
Fellowship dates: 2001-2003
Research Emphasis: Mechanism of action of immune adjuvants.
Current Position: Associate Professor, Division of Periodontology, University of Minnesota, MN
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Paul Garside, Ph.D.
Fellowship dates: 1995-1997
Research Emphasis: T-B cell collaboration
Current Position: Professor, Chair in Basic Immunology (Immunology), Associate - Life Sciences (School of Life Sciences), University of Glasgow, U.K.
Contact Info: Paul.Garside@glasgow.ac.uk
Michael Goldberg, Ph.D.
Fellowship dates: 2013-2019
Research Emphasis: Established a model that explains Salmonella persistence by looking at the intersection between the pathogen, the phagocyte that harbors it, and the Th1 cell that disinfects the phagocyte.
Current Position: Research Scientist, Evelo Biosciences, Cambridge, MA
Debra Hautamaa, Ph.D.
David Hovinen, M.D., Ph.D.
Fellowship dates: 1989-1990
Research Emphasis: Tyrosine phosphorylation in T cells.
Current Position: Obstetrician & Gynecologist, Cambridge Medical Center, Cambridge, MN
Elizabeth Ingulli, M.D.
Fellowship dates: 1995-2000
Research Emphasis: Imaging T cell/antigen presenting cell interactions: In situ analysis reveals physical interactions between CD11b+ dendritic cells and antigen-specific CD4 T cells after subcutaneous injection of antigen.
Current Position: Pediatric Nephrologist, Rady Childrens Hospital of San Diego, CA
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Andrea Itano, Ph.D.
Fellowship dates: 2000-2004
Research Emphasis: Studied CD4+ helper T and B cell activation in vivo by directly tracking antigen-specific cells, antigen, and peptide-MHC complexes using confocal microscopy: Antigen presentation to naive CD4 T cells in the lymph node., Distinct dendritic cell populations sequentially present antigen to CD4 T cells and stimulate different aspects of cell-mediated immunity.
Current Position: Senior Vice President, Immuno-inflammatory diseases, Evelo Biosciences, Cambridge, MA
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Julia Johnson, Ph.D.
Fellowship dates: 1991-1996
Research Emphasis: Costimulatory molecules of antigen presenting cells
Current Position: Homemaker
Alexander Khoruts, M.D.
Fellowship dates: 1993-2000
Research Emphasis: Immune adjuvants
Current Position: Associate Professor of Medicine and Gastroenterologist, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
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Deepali Malhotra, Ph.D.
Fellowship dates: 2013-2017
Research Emphasis: Identifying the tolerance mechanisms that regulate CD4+ T cell repertoires that recognize classes of self-proteins and how those repertoires are shaped by selection and how memory is formed after infection.
James McLachlan, Ph.D.
Fellowship dates: 2004-2009
Research Emphasis: Effector T cell activation in non-lymphoid tissues: Migration and accumulation of effector CD4+ T cells in nonlymphoid tissues.
Current Position: Associate Professor, Tulane Medical Center, New Orleans, Louisiana
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Stephen McSorley, Ph.D.
Fellowship dates: 1997-2002
Research Emphasis: T cell response to Salmonella: Tracking salmonella-specific CD4 T cells in vivo reveals a local mucosal response to a disseminated infection.
Current Position: Professor, SVM: Anatomy, Physiology & Cell Biology Center for Comparative Medicine University of California-Davis, Davis, CA
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Anna Mondino, Ph.D.
Fellowship dates: 1993-1998
Research Emphasis: Regulation of IL-2 gene expression
Current Position: Head of Research Unit at San Raffaele Scientifc Institute, Milan, Italy
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James J Moon, Ph.D.
Fellowship dates: 2003-2010
Research Emphasis: Composition of preimmune T cell repertoire, The role of naive T cell precursor frequency and recruitment in dictating immune response magnitude.,
Current Position: Assistant Professor, Center for Immunology and Inflammatory Diseases, Massachusetts General Hospital / Harvard Medical School, Boston MA
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Kathryn Pape, Ph.D.
Fellowship dates: 1999-2001
Research Emphasis: In vivo B cell activation
Current Position: Senior Research Associate, Center for Immunology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
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Marion Pepper, Ph.D.
Fellowship dates: 2006-2012
Research Emphasis: T cell memory, Origins of CD4(+) effector and central memory T cells., Opposing signals from the Bcl6 transcription factor and the interleukin-2 receptor generate T helper 1 central and effector memory cells.
Current Position: Assistant Professor, Department of Immunology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
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Miriam Rajpal, M.D.
Justin Taylor, Ph.D.
Fellowship dates: 2008-2014
Research Emphasis: Memory B cells and developed an innovative laboratory technique using metallic additives and magnets to test experimental vaccines to see which B cells bind to them.
Current Position: Assistant Member, Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, WA
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Noah Tubo, Ph.D.
Fellowship dates: 2011-14
Research Emphasis: Developed a novel, highly-sensitive approach that allowed me to investigate the differentiation of single naive CD4+ T cells into different types of effector and memory cells. Showed that the strength of signal that a given CD4+ T cell receives through its unique T cell receptor plays a previously unappreciated role in the commitment of cells to the Th1 and Tfh lineages. Further demonstrated that essentially all naive CD4+ T cells produce memory cells after infection. Collectively, these findings provided a framework for understanding the variability of immune responses between different individuals.
Current Position: Principal Scientist, Immuno-oncology, KSQ Therapeutics, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts
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Traci Zell, Ph.D.
Fellowship dates: 1997-2003
Research Emphasis: In vivo analysis of T cell signal transduction: Flow cytometric analysis of T cell receptor signal transduction.
Current Position: Director of R&D, Tonbo Biosciences, San Diego, CA
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- Alphabetical list of all CFI alumni
- Binstadt Lab
- Farrar Lab
- Fife Lab
- Gillespie Lab
- Hogquist Lab
- Jameson Lab
- Jenkins Lab
- Kaplan Lab
- Khoruts Lab
- Masopust Lab
- Mescher Lab
- Mueller Lab
- Peterson Lab
- Shimizu Lab
- Vezys Lab