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