Timothy Chu

 



B.A., Biology, Hofstra University
M.S., Biotechnology, New York University
Advisor: Brian S. Sheridan

Email:Timothy.Chu@stonybrook.edu

Research Interests The immune system has a natural capacity to detect and eliminate infected and/or abnormal cells, however diseases often find ways to evade detection whether is it through dysfunctional T-cells, an altered stromal microenvironment, or other mechanisms. My current research interests are immunotherapies and methods to re-engineer the immune system for treatment.

Presentations

Chu, T.H., Khairallah, C., Cho, R., Zhang, Y., Lin, X., Bliska, J.B., and Sheridan, B.S. (2019). Yersinia pseudotuberculosis Outer Proteins Inhibit Adaptive gamma delta T Cell Functions. Institute of Chemical Biology & Drug Discovery 13th Annual Symposium, Oct 10, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY.

Chu, T.H., Khairallah, C., Zhang, Y., Lin, X., Bliska, J.B., and Sheridan, B.S. (2019). Yersinia pseudotuberculosis Outer Proteins Inhibit Adaptive gd T Cell Functions. 2019 Symposium on Harnessing Immunity to Combat Infection and Disease, April 29, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY.

Publications Khairallah, C., Chu, T.H., and Sheridan, B.S. (2018). Tissue adaptations of memory and tissue-resident gamma delta T cells. Frontiers in Immunology 9: 2636.