Tessa Bergsbaken, Ph.D.
Dr. Bergsbaken received her Ph.D. from the Department of Microbiology at the University of Washington in 2008. She continued her training in Micheal Bevan's lab at University of Washington, focusing on tissue-resident memory CD8+ T cell populations that develop in the intestinal tissue in response to local infection. She joined Rutgers NJMS Center for Immunity and Inflammation as an Assistant Professor in 2017.
Ph.D. student - Infection, Immunity and Inflammation Track
B.S./M.S. in Biology - St. John’s University
Helen joined the lab in June 2018 and is investigating the mechanisms of tissue-resident memory T cell differentiation and maintenance in response to local infection. email@example.com
Ph.D. student - Cell Biology, Neuroscience and Physiology Track
B.S. - Nanjing Agricultural University
M.S. - The Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Menglin joined the lab in June 2018 and is working to identify strategies for improving CD8+ T cell immunotherapy in colorectal cancer and melanoma. firstname.lastname@example.org
Ph.D. student - Molecular Biology, Genetics and Cancer Track
B.S. - Polytechnic University of Madrid
Giuseppina joined the lab in 2020 and is studying the role of GPCRs in regulating tissue-resident memory T cell differentiation and effector function. email@example.com