Stanford University School of Medicine, 1990, MD
Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 1983, BS (Chemical Engineering)
Characterizing T cells induced by candidate vaccines using flow cytometry
Examining T cell function at the single-cell level using advanced flow cytometric techniques; examples include T cell responses to vaccination and to viral infections such as CMV, EBV, HIV, and hepatitis B
Developing new assays to evaluate vaccine efficacy with HIV Vaccine Trials Network
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