We study the interactions of immune cells with one another and with the extracellular matrix around them.
The ultimate aim of our laboratory is to manipulate T cell signaling pathways to control immunologically-mediated diseases.
We believe that understanding the genetic, molecular, and cellular underpinnings of immune diseases offers the opportunity to develop targeted therapies. The lessons we learn from patients with primary immunodeficiencies extends our knowledge of the infections, autoimmune diseases, and cancers that affect all people.
UCLA Department of Pediatrics
10833 Le Conte Ave
Marion Davies Children's Center (MDCC) Building, Room 12-430
Los Angeles, CA 90095
metered parking: MDCC Parking Lot
The lab is located in the CHS Building, 4th floor, room 46-100.
metered parking: Parking Structure 18