- About Immunology
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Current PhD Students
Current UW Immunology PhD students form a close-knit community who actively interact and socialize together. As a group, current UW Immunology PhD students gather socially at the department retreat and recruitment events. They are supportive of each others’ work as evidenced by their regular strong attendance at weekly student research presentations and dissertation defenses. It is common to find group of students gathered throughout the department having lunch time or coffee break discussions amongst each other. This community environment is one of the most valued attributes to our graduate program.
CURRENT GRADUATE STUDENTS
Clark Lab - UW Immunology
Justin Ulrich-Lewis (Microbiology), firstname.lastname@example.org
Gale Lab - UW Immunology
Lauren Aarreberg, email@example.com
Nika Hajari (Pathobiology), firstname.lastname@example.org
Amy Lu (Pathobiology), email@example.com
Rebecca Olson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrey Shuvarikov (MCB), email@example.com
Brittany Ulloa, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kathryn Wuertz (Pathobiology), email@example.com
Goverman Lab - UW Immunology
Katie Wagner, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lacy-Hulbert Lab - Benaroya Research Institute
Alina Lorant, email@example.com
Prlic Lab - Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Veronica Dave (Pathobiology), firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicholas Maurice (MCB), email@example.com
Brianna Traxinger (Pathobiology), firstname.lastname@example.org
Taylor Lab - Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Kristin Fitzpatrick (M3D), email@example.com
Urdahl Lab - Center for Infectious Disease Research
Jared Delahaye, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rotating 1st Year Graduate Students
Michael Conlon, email@example.com
Cassidy Hagan, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kurt Pruner, email@example.com
Laila Shehata, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rachel Van Gelder, email@example.com
Lindsey Warner, firstname.lastname@example.org
Graduate Program Student Demographics
Current demographics of graduate students in Immunology:
- By Gender: 65% Female, 35% Male
- By Age – Entering students in 2016-17 are 23-28; 100% age 28 or below.
- By Education – Students have a BS or BA primarily in Biology, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Molecular and Cellular Biology. Some students enrolling in the graduate program have already completed a Master’s degree.
Examples of Student Publications
- Lau L, Gray EE, Brunette RL, Stetson DB. 2015. DNA tumor virus oncogenes antagonize the cGAS_STING DNA sensing pathway. Science; pii: aab3291. PMID: 26405230.
- Kolhatkar NS, Brahmandam A, Thouvenel CD, Becker-Herman S, Jacobs HM, Schwartz MA, Allenspach EJ, Khim S, Panigrahi AK, Luning Prak ET, Thrasher AJ, Notarangelo LD, Candotti F, Torgerson TR, Sanz I, Rawlings DJ. 2015. Altered BCR and TLR signals promote enhanced positive selection of autoreactive transitional B cells in Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome. J Exp Med; 212(10):1663-77. PMCID: PMC4577851.
- Wagner CA and Goverman JM. (2015) Novel insights and therapeutics in multiple sclerosis. F1000Research 2015, 4(F1000 Faculty Rev):517.PMCID: PMC4544373.
- Krishnamurty AT, Thouvenel CD, Portugal S, Keitany GJ, Kim KS, Holder A, Crompton PD, Rawlings DJ, Pepper M. (2016) Somatically Hypermutated plasmodium-specific IgM+ memory B cells are rapid, plastic, early responders upon malaria rechallenge. Immunity. 45:402-414. PMCID: PMC5118370.
- Stolley JM, Campbell DJ. (2016) A 33D1+ dendritic cell/autoreactive CD4+ T cell circuit maintains IL-2-dependent regulatory T cells in the spleen. J. Immunol. 197:2635-45. PMCID: PMC5026945.
- Duggan JM, Buechler MB, Olson RM, Hohl TM, Hamerman JA. (2017) BCAP inhibits proliferation and differentiation of myeloid progenitors in the steady state and during demand situations. Blood. 129:1503-1513. PMCID: PMC5356451.