Dr. Daniel Zegarra-Ruiz of the Beirne B. Carter Center for Immunology Research Awarded $746,997 R00 Grant to Study Regulation of Lupus Pathogenesis Through Modulation of Thymic Development of Pathobiont-Specific T Cells

I recently joined the Department of Microbiology, Immunology, and Cancer Biology and the Beirne B. Carter Immunology Center at the University of Virginia School of Medicine as an Assistant Professor. I obtained my PhD working in gut microbiota and systemic … Read More

Beirne B. Carter Immunology Center Members are Teaming up to Expand Studies on the Effects of Tick bite-induced IgE sensitization to alpha-gal on Coronary Artery Disease to Alzheimer’s Disease and Adapting a Single Cell AI Framework for Precision Medicine

The NIH has awarded two new research supplements to an existing $4M award to investigate the potential role of IgE antibodies to alpha-gal in driving vascular inflammation in cardiovascular disease (CVD).  The innovative new studies will address the impact of IgE … Read More