We study how the host adaptive immune response coevolves with pathogens, especially in ways relevant to vaccine design and pathogen diversity. Our work is computational, and we collaborate closely with immunologists and epidemiologists.
Welcome to Lauren McGough! With her NIH Kirschstein (F32) fellowship, Lauren will investigate the foundations of adaptive immune evolution.
March 10, 2020
Katie discusses her recent paper on the ineffectiveness of travel screening for SARS-CoV-2 and general pandemic matters with the Chicago Tribune, Science News, Yahoo News Canada, Outbreak News, and other outlets. Sarah talks with CBS-2 Chicago.
March 6, 2020
Comparison of human H3N2 antibody responses elicited by egg-based, cell-based, and recombinant protein-based influenza vaccines during the 2017-2018 season in Clinical Infectious Diseases (2019)
Age-specific differences in the dynamics of protective immunity to influenza in Nature Communications (2019)