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Department of Immunology

RECENT PUBLICATIONS FROM OUR DEPARTMENT

Tang BL, Lee JB, et al. 2022. Allogeneic double-negative T cell therapy for relapsed acute myeloid leukemia patients post allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation: A first-in-human phase I study. American Journal Of Hematology

Upton JEM, Hoang JA, et al. 2022. Platelet-activating factor acetylhydrolase is a biomarker of severe anaphylaxis in children. Allergy

Grazziotin LR, Currie G, et al. 2022. Real-world data reveals the complexity of disease modifying anti-rheumatic drug treatment patterns in juvenile idiopathic arthritis: an observational study. Pediatric Rheumatology20.

Wong MK, Liu JT, et al. 2022. Convergent CDR3 homology amongst Spike-specific antibody responses in convalescent COVID-19 subjects receiving the BNT162b2 vaccine. Clinical Immunology237.

Matsumoto Y, Dimitriou ID, et al. 2022. Tankyrase represses autoinflammation through the attenuation of TLR2 signaling. Journal Of Clinical Investigation132.

Saleiro D, Wen JQ, et al. 2022. Discovery of a signaling feedback circuit that defines interferon responses in myeloproliferative neoplasms. Nature Communications13.

Last Updated April 29, 2022

COVID-19 INFORMATION

See the basic research related to, and informational pamphlets about the current COVID-19 pandemic from our faculty and students.

COVID-19, VACCINES AND HOW THEY WORK

View a presentation from Professor Tania Wattsexplaining the immunology of COVID-19 as well as information relating to the newly developed vaccines.

IMMpress Magazine Cover Volume 10 Issue 1 describing "Work to Live or Live to Work"

IMMPress Magazine

Work to live or live to work can be presented as a personal philosophical question – what is it that we prioritize more? Our livelihood? Or the meaningful work that we do? Are they truly two separate matters? As we exist in a society with people and systems, things are not quite as simple. The question we ask ourselves becomes much more complex, where it is no longer a question of our personal work ethics but what is permissible in today’s society. How much of it is truly in our control? How much of our decision is dictated by our occupations, companies, institutions, and employers?