Graduate Student - ABBS

PI: Janice C. Telfer

attridge
attridge

Graduate Student - ABBS

PI: Kathleen F. Arcaro

banas
banas

Graduate Student - ABBS

PI: Rafael A. Fissore

UMass M logo in maroon, black, and white.
UMass M logo in maroon, black, and white.

Graduate Student - ABBS

PI: Jesse Mager

Chander
Chander

Graduate Student - MCB 

PI: Alissa C. Rothchild

divya
divya

Graduate Student - ABBS

goral
goral

Graduate Student - MCB

PI: Kimberly D. Tremblay

guertin
guertin

Graduate Student - ABBS

PI: Rafael A. Fissore

UMass M logo in maroon, black, and white.
UMass M logo in maroon, black, and white.

Graduate Student - ABBS

PI: Jesse Mager

He
He

Graduate Student - MCB

PI: Leonid A. Pobezinsky

hioki
hioki

Graduate Student - ABBS

PI: Dominique Alfandari

idzal
idzal

Graduate Student - ABBS

PI: Lisa Minter

Nidhi Jadon headshot
Nidhi Jadon headshot

Graduate Student - ABBS

PI: Leonid A. Pobezinsky

Liang
Liang

Graduate Student - MCB

PI: Alissa C. Rothchild

Lim
Lim

Graduate Student - MCB

PI: Rafael A. Fissore

lopes
lopes

Graduate Student - ABBS

PI: Leonid A. Pobezinsky

UMass M logo in maroon, black, and white.
UMass M logo in maroon, black, and white.

Graduate Student - ABBS

PI: Wei Cui

miao
miao

Graduate Student - ABBS

PI: Jesse Mager

Mizra
Mizra

Graduate Student - ABBS

PI: Dominique Alfandari

UMass M logo in maroon, black, and white.
UMass M logo in maroon, black, and white.

Graduate Student - ABBS

PI: D. Joseph Jerry

Phadkar
Phadkar

Graduate Student - ABBS

PI: Alissa C. Rothchild

Pham
Pham

ABBS Graduate Student

PI: Pablo E. Visconti

Saini
Saini

ABBS Graduate Student

PI: Kathleen F. Arcaro

smith
smith

Graduate Student - ABBS

PI: Pablo E. Visconti

Taghavi
Taghavi

Graduate Student

PI: Kathleen F. Arcaro

taylor
taylor

Graduate Student - ABBS

PI: Rafael A. Fissore

Nidhi
Nidhi

MCB Graduate Student

Iris Thesmar

Iris is interested in adaptive immunology, especially tolerance and T cell development. Her research focuses on T regulatory cells plasticity, and the molecular mechanisms driving the ability of these cells to switch from an immunosuppressive phenotype to a proinflammatory one. In the gut microbiome especially, this plasticity is driven by the environment and the cytokines produced by the surrounding epithelial cells, T helper cells, and innate immune cells. This allows for the organism to develop a good tolerance for food antigens and the beneficial/neutral microbiome, but also to mount an

Iris Thesmar

Graduate Student - MCB

PI: Jesse Mager

Welton
Welton