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Rani M, Zhang Q, Schwacha MG. (2014) Burn wound gamma-delta T-cells support a Th-2 and Th- 17 immune response. Journal of Burn Care and Research 35:46-53. (Lonza Award recipient)
Schwacha, M.G., Rani, M., Zhang, Q., Nunez-Cantu, O., Cap, A.P. (2014) Mitochondrial damage- associated molecular patterns (DAMPs) activate gamma delta (γδ) T-cells. Innate Immunity. 20:261-268.
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Zhenyu Qin, MD, Vascular Research, asked to serve as peer reviewer for UK Wellcome Trust and Royal Society's Sir Henry Dale Fellowship applicants. The fellowship provides an opportunity for outstanding researchers in the UK to build an independent research career addressing an important biomedical question. Learn more about the Wellcome Trust | Learn more about Vascular Metallomics Research Lab (7-30-14)
Congratulations to Zhenyu Qin, MD, Assistant Professor of Vascular Surgery Research and Director of the Vascular Metallomics Research Laboratory, has been asked to continue to serve on the vascular peer reviewer panel for the Fall 2014 Vascular Wall Bio BSc1 session of the American Heart Association annual meeting. Vascular Metallomics Research Lab (7-15-14)
For the next three years, Zhenyu Qin, MD, Assistant Professor of Vascular Surgery Research and Director of the Vascular Metallomics Research Laboratory, will be working in his lab with a Voelcker Scholar. Joining Dr. Qin's lab will be Saleel Sripada from Spring, Texas. Saleel was selected for the Voelcker Scholar program based on school grades and accomplishments, as well as community service. Learn more about the Voelcker Academy Vascular Metallomics Research Lab (7-15-14)