Image courtesy of Drs. David Artis and Tanel Mahlakõiv.
Mucus production (red) in the lung under inflammatory conditions. Picture courtesy of Drs. David Artis and Saya Moriyama.
Color-enhanced histologic image of allergen-induced type 2 inflammation in mouse lungs. Image courtesy of Drs. David Artis and Laurel Monticelli.
Photo above shows opportunistic fungus called candida albicans (red) engulfed by CX3CR1+ phagocytes (green) in the gut villi (blue). Photo credit: Drs. Iliyan Iliev and Irina Leonardi.
Microscopic image of whole mount intestine showing finger-like projections in the small intestine called villi from the lumen. Intestinal phagocytes appear as a green-yellow network of cells among the red endothelial vasculature. Image Credit: Drs. Blander and Cummings
Expression of the protein interleukin-33 within the nucleus of the mesothelial cell layer that line peritoneal body cavity and organs. Interleukin-33 is a danger signal within the body, released upon cell damage or during infection and initiates a protective immune response. Image courtesy of Drs. David Artis and Tanel Mahlekõiv.
Interfollicular area of a murine mesenteric lymph node demonstrating the presence of RORgt+ILC3. RORgt (purple), IL-7Ra (cyan), and B220 (yellow). Image courtesy of Dr. Gregory Sonnenberg
Microscopy image showing that commensal fungi (green) co-habitate with commensal bacteria (red) in the mouse gut. Image credit: Drs. Iliev and Underhill
A Postdoctoral Scientist studying inflammation with the fluorescent microscope.
Electron microscopy showing a macrophage three hours after infection with the Gram-positive bacteria Listeria innocua. Phagocytosis of live bacteria elicits specific cellular processes and innate immune response not observed with killed bacteria. Image courtesy of Drs. Julie Magarian Blander and Julien Moretti.
A stained histological cross-section of the mouse duodenum on day seven following infection with the intestinal parasite Nippostrongylus brasiliensis. Protective immune responses stimulate mucus production by goblet cells to expel the parasite. Image courtesy of Drs. David Artis and Tanel Mahlekõiv.
Artis Lab Manager working on administrative tasks. The position oversees both the administrative and scientific needs of the lab.
Scientists preparing samples for analysis at the flow cytometry machine.
04/01/2019 - ZRC 105
Christophe Benoist, MD, PhD - Harvard Medical School
"What to Believe about Foxp3, Today"
04/08/2019 - ZRC 105
Manuela Raffatelu, PhD - University of California
San Diego School of Medicine
"Evasion of IL-22-Mediated Antimicrobial Responses by Bacterial Pathogens"
04/15/2019 - ZRC Auditorium
Jeffrey Bluestone, PhD - University of California San Francisco
"Treg-Mediated Immune Tolerance in Health and Disease"
04/22/2019 - ZRC Auditorium
Su Helen, PhD - National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
"Elucidating Molecular Mechanisms of a Novel Inherited Immunodeficiency-Immunodysregulation Disorder"
04/29/2019 - ZRC Auditorium
Shane Crotty, PhD - La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology
"T follicular Helper (Tfh) CD4 T Cells and Germinal Center B Cell Response in the Context of Vaccines and Infections"
05/06/2019 - M 107
Michael Reth, PhD - University of Freiburg
"Genetic Engineering of Human Tumor B Cells"
05/06/2019 - ZRC Auditorium
Christina Stallings, PhD - Washington Univ. School of Medicine in St. Louis
"Surviving Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Infection- from the Perspective of the Pathogen and the Host"
05/13/2019 - ZRC 105
Alexander Chervonsky, PhD - The University of Chicago
"Host Genetics and the Shape of Microbial Communities"
05/20/2019 - ZRC Auditorium
June Round, PhD - University of Utah
06/03/2019 - ZRC Auditorium
Luigi Notarangelo, MD - National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease
"Human RAG Defects: from Genotype to Phenotype and Correction"
06/10/2019 - ZRC Auditorium
Mark Shlomchik, MD, PhD - University of Pittsburgh
06/24/2019 - ZRC Auditorium
Ana-Maria Lennon, PhD- Institut Curie
"Dendritic Cell Migration: from Micro-Fluidics to in Vivo Live Imaging"
Benjamin Tischler (Hohl Lab)
Kate Markey (van den Brink Lab)
Sarah Schrader (Nathan Lab)
Hea-Jin Jung (Pamer Lab)
Benji Grigg (Sonnenberg Lab)
Chantal Harris (Kafsack Lab)
Oyindamola Adefisayo (Glickman Lab)
Itai Doron (Iliev Lab)
Xin Li (Iliev Lab)
A.C. Antonelli (Glickman Lab)
Andrew Scott (Schietinger Lab)
Sohn Kim (Pamer Lab)
Carina Meyer (Geissmann Lab)
Melody Smith (van den Brink Lab)
Keith Fernandez (Chaudhuri Lab)
Bing Zhai (Hohl Lab)
Mytrang Do (Li Lab)
Sanda Mimouna (Rogatsky Lab)
Priyanka Chowdhury (Chaudhuri Lab)
Noa Swartz (Lu Lab)
03/29/2019 Second Rotation Symposium Part 1
04/04/2019 Second Rotation Symposium Part 2
Maeva Metz (Longman Lab)
Zihou Deng (Geissman Lab)
Mojdeh Shakiba (Schietinger Lab)
Tiago Beites (Ehrt Lab)
Sara Schad (Wolchok Lab)
Gabriel Espinosa-Carrasco (Schietinger Lab)
Sanjana Devi (Anandasabapathy Lab)
Alexandra Miller (Ehrt Lab)
Baosen Jia (Blander Lab)
Jake Batchelder (Blanchard Lab)
Christina Lee (Chen-Kiang Lab)
Sofia Gearty (Schietinger Lab)
Chrysothemis Brown (Rudensky Lab)
Laura Menocal (Schietinger Lab)
Hanxing Gao (Iliev Lab)
Yue Xing (Blander Lab)
Diana Tran (Huse Lab)
Rocio Vicario (Geissmann Lab)
Alexia Martinez de Paz (Josefowicz Lab)
Mei Song (Ma Lab)
06/20/2019 Third Rotation Symposium Part 1
06/27/2019 Third Rotation Symposium Part 2
Occurs the first Wednesday of the month
May 1, 2019 - BRB 302A
Presenting Labs: Pascual and Sonnenberg
June 5, 2019 - BRB 302A
Presenting Labs: Anandasabapathy and Dannenberg
July 10, 2019 - BRB 302A
Presenting Labs: Iliev and Longman
September 4, 2019 - BRB 302A
Presenting Labs: Blander/Iliev and Tsou
October 2, 2019 - BRB 302A
Presenting Labs: Guo and Monticelli
November 6, 2019 – BRB 302A
Presenting Labs: Artis and Schwartz
December 4, 2019 – BRB 302A
Presenting Labs: Lipkin and Zeng
January 8, 2020 – BRB TBD
Presenting Labs: Longman and Sonnenberg
February 5, 2020 – BRB TBD
Presenting Labs: Dannenberg and Iliev
March 4, 2020 – BRB TBD
Presenting Labs: Blander and Pascual
April 1, 2020 – BRB TBD
Presenting Labs: Anandasabapathy and Artis
May 6, 2020 – BRB TBD
Presenting Labs: Lipkin and Schwartz
Occurs the 3rd Wednesday of the month
January 16, 2019 - BRB 302 A/B
Presenting Lab: Ersoy
February 27, 2019 - BRB 302 A/B
Presenting Lab: Dannenberg
March 20, 2019 - BRB 302 A/B
Presenting Lab: Lo
April 17, 2019 - BRB 302 A/B
Presenting Lab: D. Cohen
May 15, 2019 - BRB 302 A/B
Presenting Lab: McGraw
June 19, 2019 - BRB 302 A/B
Presenting Lab: P. Cohen
September 18, 2019 - BRB 302 A/B
Presenting Lab: Brown
October 16, 2019 - BRB 302 A/B
Presenting Lab: Artis
November 20, 2019 - BB 302 A/B
Presenting Lab: Vella
December 18, 2019 - BRB 302 A/B
Presenting Lab: Hollenberg
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