Mucosal Immunity and Non-Human Primate Immunology Subcore

About

Mucosal immunity as it relates to HIV prevention and eradication can be more extensively studied using animal models that allow for direct access to multiple tissues. The Mucosal Immunity and Non-Human Primate (NHP) Immunology Sub-core brings the following expertise:

Cellular immunology

  • Multiparameter flow cytometry to analyze cell subsets and T cell functions; ELISpot assays to map T and B cell responses to specific viral sequences.
  • Assessment of innate responses post SIV exposure

Mucosal immunology

  • Optimization of mucosal immunology assays including mucosal specimen collection in nonhuman primates

HIV vaccine study design, efficacy, and immunogenicity studies in nonhuman primates

  • Expertise in the analysis of immune correlates of protection or viral control in the blood, gut, and lung of nonhuman primates.

Flow cytometry core activities specific for nonhuman primate immunology

 

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Contact

Deborah Fuller, PhD
Non-Human Primate Immunology Subcore Director
Email: fullerdh at wanprc.org
206-221-2328
206-732-6197

Florian Hladik, PhD
Mucosal Immunity and Non-Human Primate Immunology Subcore Director
Email: fhladik at fredhutch.org