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Efficient danger discrimination is enforced by distinct thresholds for NF-kB and MAPK activation, which provide sequential barriers to inflammatory mediator production.
Distinct triggering of type I IFN-mediated negative feedback promotes bacteria class-specific regulation of inflammatory response dynamics.
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Lab UpdatesMeet Our Team
Morgan Jackson-Strong received funding from the NHBLI diversity supplement.
Sonia Kruszelnicki successfully passed her comprehensive exam for the Integrative Systems Biology Program and received a T32 in the Autoimmunity and Immunopathology Training Program.
First major grants for the lab! Funding our work related to modeling signaling-to-transcription networks (NIGMS R35) and lung-specific signaling (NHLBI R01). We are recruiting!
Morgan Jackson-Strong successfully completed her comprehensive exam for the Program of Microbiology and Immunology.
Neha Cheemalavagu successfully proposed her thesis through the joint CMU-Pitt PhD Program in Computational Biology.
Neha Cheemalavagu was appointed as an NIH Pre-doctoral Trainee in the Autoimmunity and Immunopathology Training Program.
The Gottschalk lab was awarded a Catalytic Proposal through the Pittsburgh Autoimmunity Center of Excellence in Rheumatology.
Karsen Shoger successfully defended his master’s thesis through the Graduate School of Public Health.