Stephen De Rosa, MD

Research Associate Professor, Laboratory Medicine
University of Washington
Graduate Faculty, Laboratory Medicine
University of Washington
Director, Center for AIDS Research Immunology Core
University of Washington

Education

Stanford University School of Medicine, 1990, MD
Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 1983, BS (Chemical Engineering)

Research Interests

  • Characterizing T cells induced by candidate vaccines using flow cytometry

Current Studies

  • Examining T cell function at the single-cell level using advanced flow cytometric techniques; examples include T cell responses to vaccination and to viral infections such as CMV, EBV, HIV, and hepatitis B
  • Developing new assays to evaluate vaccine efficacy with HIV Vaccine Trials Network


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