Recent Student Publications
Congrats to Judy Chen! Judy’s paper, the focus of her thesis work, is now published in Nature Communications! " Age-induced prostaglandin E2 impairs mitochondrial fitness and increases mortality to influenza infection "
Congratulations to Hanna Hong, who has recently published her paper in Science Immunology, " OXPHOS promotes apoptotic resistance and cellular persistence in TH17 cells in the periphery and tumor microenvironment " Really proud of you, Hanna!
Congrats are in order for Kelsey Stark, who has been awarded her first-author publication, " Contribution of the Microbiome, Environment, and Genetics to Mucosal Type 2 Immunity and Anaphylaxis in a Murine Food Allergy Model " Really proud of
Congratulations to Erin, a first-year PIBS student rotating in Weiping Zou's lab, on this enormous achievement!
Ashley Pearson (PIBS Student) and Drs. Leo Lei and Michael Green published in International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Research from first year PIBS student, Ashley Pearson, and Immunology faculty has been published in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences.
Kudos to Brandon on his recently published Frontiers review article, " Targeting Neuroinflammation in Brain Cancer: Uncovering Mechanisms, Pharmacological Targets, and Neuropharmaceutical Developments ." Well done, Brandon!
Congrats to Gabby on her review! Her Endocrinology paper, The Collision of Meta-Inflammation and SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic Infection, was chosen for the Endocrine Society Thematic Issue on Immune-Endocrinology 2021 and has
Judy Chen's (Goldstein Lab) article acknowledged as one of the 20 Most-Read J Immunol articles of March 2021!
Judy Chen's (Goldstein Lab) article, " Role of Aging and the Immune Response to Respiratory Viral Infections: Potential Implications for COVID-19 " acknowledged amongst the 20 Most-Read Journal of Immunology
Congrats to Amnah on her co-authored paper, " Thermoneutrality Alters Gastrointestinal Antigen Passage Patterning and Predisposes to Oral Antigen Sensitization in Mice !" Make some time to
Congrats are in order for Padma Kadiyala who has been awarded her first-author publication, "I nhibiting isocitrate dehydrogenase 1 mutant glioma " and a accompanying JCI cover featuring her image! Really proud of you, Padma!
Please join us in congratulating Patrick Coit (Sawalha) on his JCI Insight first author publication! This will be the cornerstone of his thesis going forward. We're very proud of Patrick and wish him continued success.