Pathogenesis And Therapeutic Targeting Of Immune Disorders
This NIAD NIH T32 training grant supports training of outstanding pre-doctoral candidates from the Immunology Graduate Program (ImmGP) whose research will uncover pathogenic mechanisms of immune-mediated disease and facilitate transformative therapeutic approaches. Dysregulated immune responses are of central importance to the pathogenesis of a wide spectrum of diseases that cause an immense burden of morbidity and mortality.
Students have the opportunity to train with an outstanding group of faculty, from multiple departments at Cincinnati Children’s / University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, who share a collective focus on the mechanistic understanding of immunologic disorders. The training faculty have well-funded research programs that span basic immunology to animal models of disease to clinical trials in human patients. Graduates of this program will be strongly poised to transfer insights from the laboratory bench to the bedside and will be well-prepared for independent research careers.
See below for information about our current trainees.