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    Michael Dougan

    Michael Dougan

    Assistant Professor of Medicine

    My research focuses on understanding the balance between protective antitumor immunity and immunotherapy toxicities. In preclinical mouse models my lab...

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    Jackson 828
    55 Fruit St.
    Massachusetts General Hospital
    Boston, MA 02114
    I-Cheng Ho

    I-Cheng Ho

    Associate Professor of Medicine

    The function of many proteins is regulated by post-translational modifications. One such modification is citrullination, which converts peptidylarginine...

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    Brigham and Women's Hospital
    Department of Medicine; Division of Rheumatology, Immunology and Allergy
    Building for Transformative Medicine (BTM)
    60 Fenwood Road, Room 6002M
    Boston, MA 02115
    p: 617-525-1005
    D. Branch Moody

    D. Branch Moody

    Professor of Medicine
    The Moody laboratory seeks to understand how human T cells control outcomes of infection and autoimmune disease. CD1 proteins are a family of evolutionarily... Read more about D. Branch Moody
    Brigham and Women's Hospital
    BTM Room 6002K
    60 Fenwood Road
    Boston, MA 02445
    p: 617-525-1037
    Deepak Rao

    Deepak Rao

    Assistant Professor of Medicine

    The Rao lab is focused on modulating pathologic lymphocyte functions to treat human autoimmune diseases. T cells are central regulators in multiple...

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    Brigham and Women's Hospital
    Hale Building for Transformative Medicine

    60 Fenwood Rd., Room 6002R
    Boston, MA 02115
    p: 617-525-1010
    Peter Sage

    Peter Sage

    Assistant Professor of Medicine

    Research in the Sage Lab focuses on understanding how the immune system regulates B cell responses and antibody production. Antibodies clear harmful...

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    Brigham and Women's Hospital
    Transplant Research Center Renal Division
    221 Longwood Ave, EBRC301a
    Boston, MA 02115
    p: 617-525-8002