Martin Arnoletti is a fourth-year undergraduate student at UF pursuing a combined BS in Microbiology (Spring 2022) and an MPH concentrating in Epidemiology (Spring 2023). He joined the Brusko lab in the Fall of 2019 as an undergraduate volunteer and is currently serving as a student research assistant during the Summer of 2021. Martin assists with running immunological assays and studying animal models to evaluate the potential of modulating the CD226/TIGIT costimulatory axis to develop immunotherapies which could help treat T1D.
Abstracts & Presentations
- Brown ME, Hanbali SR, Gomez Rodriguez LM, Arnoletti JM, Carpenter EB, Brusko TM. Human CD4+CD25+CD226– Regulatory T Cells Demonstrate High Purity and Lineage Stability Following In Vitro Expansion for Adoptive Cell Therapy. Poster presented at: 81st Scientific Sessions of the American Diabetes Association (ADA); 2021 Jun 25-29; Virtual.
- Brown ME, Hanbali SR, Arnoletti JM, Brusko TM. Human CD226- T Regulatory Cells Exhibit High Purity and Linage Stability Following Ex Vivo Expansion for Adoptive Cell Therapy. Poster presented at: 2021 Annual University of Florida – College of Medicine Pediatrics Science Day; 2021 June 02; Virtual.
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