Andrew G. Farr, Ph.D. (Emeritus)

Andrew G. Farr, Ph.D. (Emeritus)

Professor Emeritus, Biological Structure and Immunology

Dr. Farr did his undergraduate work at the University of Colorado in Boulder and received his Ph.D. in Anatomy from the University of Chicago in 1975. He was affiliated with the University of Washington Diabetes Research Center and the Department of Biological Structure since 1982.

Contact Info

Phone: no UW phone number


Dr. Farr closed his lab and retired in the last part of 2013.


Andrew G. Farr

Dr. Farr no longer maintains a Lab in the Department of Immunology.

1. Furuya M, Kirschbaum SB, Paulovich A, Pauli BU, Zhang H, Alexander JS, Farr AG, Ruddell A (Nov 2010) Lymphatic endothelial murine chloride channel calcium-activated 1 is a ligand for leukocyte LFA-1 and Mac-1., Journal of immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950), 185 (10), 5769-77

2. Cohen JN, Guidi CJ, Tewalt EF, Qiao H, Rouhani SJ, Ruddell A, Farr AG, Tung KS, Engelhard VH (Apr 2010) Lymph node-resident lymphatic endothelial cells mediate peripheral tolerance via Aire-independent direct antigen presentation., The Journal of experimental medicine, 207 (4), 681-8

3. Dumortier A, Durham AD, Di Piazza M, Vauclair S, Koch U, Ferrand G, Ferrero I, Demehri S, Song LL, Farr AG, Leonard WJ, Kopan R, Miele L, Hohl D, Finke D, Radtke F (2010) Atopic dermatitis-like disease and associated lethal myeloproliferative disorder arise from loss of notch signaling in the murine skin., PloS one, 5 (2), e9258

B.A., University of Colorado, Boulder
Ph.D., Anatomy, University of Chicago