Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division, Fred Hutch
Joint Associate Professor, Herbold Computational Biology Program
Public Health Sciences Division, Fred Hutch
Dr. Evan Newell is an immunologist who develops and employs new technologies for accurately identifying specific biological signatures of human health and disease, including cancer and infectious diseases. He and his team work with blood and tissue samples, using mass cytometry and other single-cell analysis methods to better understand how the specificities of immune T cells influence their roles in clinically productive responses against pathogens or cancers.
Ph.D. Physiology, University of Toronto, Canada, 2006
B.Sc. Immunology, McGill University, Canada, 2000
Human T cell immunology
Development and application of novel methods for identifying and characterizing antigen specific T cells in the context of cancer and chronic infection with the goal of identifying specific and accurate biomarkers of human health and disease based on antigen-specific T cells
Exploiting T cell antigen-specificity to gain clinically relevant insights about cancer and infectious disease
Development of novel methods for profiling antigen-specific T cell responses
Visualizing and comparing the high dimensional diversity of immune cells
—Dr. Evan Newell
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