Dr. Wen-I Yeh recently published her work on the phenotype of Treg expressing autoreactive TCR.
Dr. Laura Jacobsen, MD, recently teamed with the Brusko Lab on her review of TCR profiling in T1D.
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Utilizing a patient’s own immune system to treat autoimmunity in type 1 diabetes – the Brusko Lab publishes novel methods to grow regulatory T cells from cryopreserved umbilical cord blood.
Using rare human samples made available through the nPOD program (JDRFnPOD.org), the Brusko Laboratory has new findings to report on the diversity and frequency of autoreactive lymphocytes in T1D.
Tomorrow’s doctors and scientists will be heading home after completing the Student Science Training Program at UF this summer. Come back to visit us often, Keshav.
On July 14, Dr. Wen-I Yeh, her husband, Chun-Wei, and daughter, Zoe, welcomed in their newest family member, Charlotte, into the outside world! …
Ashley Bushdorf and Roshini Pudhucode were recently given the Presidential Service Award for their work as UF Health volunteers.
Dr. Daniel Perry has been notified by the JDRF that his Postdoctoral Fellowship proposal entitled “Altered Immunometabolic Associations With Type 1 Diabetes Clinical Status and Genetic Risk” has been funded!…
The Brusko Lab received a 5-yr, $1,250,000 NIH (R01) grant from the National Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) entitled “The CD226 and TIGIT co-stimulatory axis in type 1 diabetes”.