Two postdoctoral fellowships available immediately
Erinn Donnelly

Erinn Donnelly

PhD in Microbiology Molecular Biology and Biochemistry 2022, University of Idaho

I graduated from Tulane University in 2015 with a B.S. in Neuroscience. From there I spent a year and a half as a research technician at the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center studying nitric oxide and hydrogen sulfide signaling in heart failure. Then I moved to Washington University in St. Louis, where I did single cell sequencing experiments on kidney biopsies and organoids to develop an atlas of kidney cell populations.

​My dissertation research is focused on the roles of basophils in regulating malaria parasite infection and development in the mammalian host, malaria-induced degradation of the gut barrier, the balance of type 1 and type 2 immunity in the host, and transmission of parasites to Anopheles stephensi. I’m planning to graduate in May 2022 and am looking forward to a career in immunology of human diseases. 

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