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Mucosal Immunology Studies Team (MIST) - Improving Understanding of Mucosal Immunity

2013 Grant Recipients

Translational Pilots:

Title PI Institution
To characterize the dynamics and function of Flu-specific T cells induced by different lung DC subsets in human lungs Miriam Merad Mt. Sinai School of Medicine
Prevalence and Phenotype of Human Lung Resident MAIT Cells in Infectious and Non-Infectious Pulmonary Infection David Lewinsohn
Oregon Health & Science University
The relationship of MR1 and MAIT cells to inflammatory bowel disease Marielle Gold Oregon Health & Science University
Molecular mechanism underlying tolerogenic vs. immunogenic intestinal DCs Mary Jo Wick
Goetborg University
Innate Immunity in Chronic Airway Disease Michael Holtzman Washington University
IBD-associated PRDM-1 polymorphisms and CD4+ T cell function in Intestinal mucosa Gislaine Martins
Cedars Sinai
Influence of gene-environment interactions on innate immune function of human Paneth cells Thaddeus Stappenbeck Washington University
Mucosal immune mechanisms that impact urinary tract infection outcome Scott Hultgren
Washington University

Young Investigator Pilots:

Title PI Institution
Innate Lymphoid cell regulation of adaptive immunity and intestinal homeostasis Gregory Sonnenberg University of Pennsylvania
Regulation of Maternal-Fetal Mucosal Immunity by HEXIM1 and Extrathymic AIRE Kang Chen
Wayne State University
Vanilloid Receptor 1 regulates gut-pancreas immunological axis Sreyashi Basu University of Connecticut Health Center
IDO1 in the gut epithelium Matthew Ciorba
Washington University
Early Mucosal B cell development Duane Wesemann Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Molecular regulation of colonic mucus, an innate defense barrier Malin Johansson
University of Goethenburg
The role of bladder macrophages in determining susceptibility to cystitis Thomas Hannan Washington University



2012 Grant Recipients

Pilot Projects:

Title PI Institution
The role of mucins in antigen discovery and immune homeostasis Rodney Newberry
Mark Miller
Gunnar Hansson
Andrea Cerutti
Washington University
Washington University
Goetborg University
Mt. Sinai School of Medicine
Requirements for development and function of mucosal TCR gd T cells Leo Lefrancois
David Artis
John Wherry
University of Connecticut
University of Pennsylvania
University of Pennsylvania
Visualizing early virus-host interactions during enteric MNV infection David Artis
John Wherry
Rodney Newberry
Mark Miller
University of Pennsylvania
University of Pennsylvania
Washington University
Washington University
Transepithelial delivery of inhaled antigens Rodney Newberry
Mark Miller
Miriam Merad
Washington University
Washington University
Mt. Sinai School of Medicine
Influence of gut commensals and pathogenic bacteria on lung immunity to flu Miriam Merad
David Artis
John Wherry
Mt. Sinai School of Medicine
University of Pennsylvania
University of Pennsylvania
The Role of Mucus in Bladder Defense Against Bacterial Uropathogens Thomas Hannan
Gunnar Hansson
Washington University
Goetborg University

Core Resources:

PI Institution Title of Project
Marco Colonna Washington University MIST core facility for generation of reporter and knockout mice to study mucosal immunity
Mark Miller Washington University
MIST: Mucosal immunity studies two-photon imaging web resources and training

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