Summer, 2017: Roan lab publishes in Cell Reports a “cellular atlas” of HIV-infected cells by using mass cytometry to characterize HIV infection and remodeling of CD4+ T cells.
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Summer, 2017: Roan lab research just published in Elife finds proteins linked to HIV transmission could actually be beneficial for reproduction.
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Winter, 2016: Roan Lab’s recent paper published in PLOS Pathogens demonstrated that one of the most abundant cells of mucosal tissues, stromal fibroblasts, potently increase the efficiency by which HIV infects their primary targets: helper T cells.
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Fall, 2016: We are excited to have received notice of award for NIH grant R01 "Elucidating the mechanism of progesterone-induced permissivity in the upper female reproductive tract"!