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I am interested in regulation of adaptive immunity and cancer. My study focuses on finding out molecular mechanisms of immune caspases and potential application on oncolytic virus.
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I am interested in the host and viral epigenetic changes that occur in kaposi’s-sarcoma associated herpesvirus when the virus changes from a latent to lytic state. To study these changes, I am using a combination of techniques involving CRIPSR-cas9, bioinformatics, and next-generation sequencing.
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My research focuses on describing the molecular mechanism of Dengue virus pathogenesis through studying the intracellular trafficking pathway of DENV.
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I manage and maintain mouse colony and support mouse-related experiments of the lab. I am also studying KSHV, specifically viral enzymes to evade cytosolic DNA sensing and establish latency.
Graduate Student, firstname.lastname@example.org
My research interest is to understand the complexity of KSHV (Kaposi’s Sarcoma-associated Herpesvirus) regulation by using genomic approaches. I combine molecular studies, several Next Generation Sequencing technologies and bioinformatics to identify the viral genomic structure and host epigenetic modifications, and how they lead to precise control of its own latent and lytic program.
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I am studying the regulatory mechanisms of inflammatory caspases and their role in innate immunity. In addition, I manage all ordering for the lab.
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My research is focused on describing novel transcriptional pathways among proteins involved in innate immunity. I am also investigating the role of protein modification in activating the linear ubiquitin assembly complex (LUBAC). More broadly, I am using a mouse model to better understand the role of LUBAC in vivo.