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Brusko Lab Doctoral Candidate, Kit Fuhrman, won the top prize with his poster “TIGIT & CD226 Identify Functionally Distinct Subsets of Regulatory T Cells” at the 1st Annual CIMI Retreat.
International Innovation recently sat down with Dr. Brusko to ask him about the current state of diabetes and autoimmunity research.
This video underscores the truly exceptional work in which the department engages, from our focus on patient care to our work in pathology research and training next-generation pathologists.
Our laboratory aims to harness the power regulatory T-cells to control unwanted immune responses to deliver a cure for type 1 diabetes.
From undergraduate students to post-doctoral fellows – every set of hands is important.
View how Dr. Brusko’s research has progressed and see where our research currently stands.