• Source: Scopus
19992020

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Research interests

Regulation of adaptive and innate immunity by actin-binding proteins, currently focusing on the role of the bundling protein L-plastin. Mice deficient for L-plastin exhibit defects in T and B cell chemotaxis and activation due to failures of cellular polarization and maintenance of cell contacts. I am also developing a research interested into pulmonary immunity and the immune response in pneumococcal pneumonia.

Areas of Clinical Interest

Pediatric infections

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