Principal Staff Scientist, Corey Lab
Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division, Fred Hutch
Research focus includes the analysis of humoral immune response to HSV-2 and its vaccine candidates and understanding the role of tissue B cells in HSV-2 infection.
National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, 2002, PhD (Biochemistry)
Belarus State University, 1993, MS (Biology, Biochemistry)
Belarus State University, 1991, BS (Biology)
Understanding the role of different antibody isotypes in protection against viral infections
Studying functions of tissue-resident B cells and mechanisms driving B cell tissue homing
The role of T-cell help in the “quality” of protective B-cell response
Development of novel non-vaccine approaches to prevent mucosal viral infections
Analysis of humoral immune responses to HSV-2 and HSV-2 vaccine candidates
Understanding the role of tissue B cells in HSV-2 infection
Dr. Sholukh is a member of the Corey Lab.