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Kathrin S. Michelsen, PhD

Assistant Professor, Medicine

Assistant Professor, Medicine

Research Scientist, Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center

Kathrin S. Michelsen, PhD

Phone:

310-423-0359

Fax:

310-423-0224

Kathrin S. Michelsen, PhD

Assistant Professor, Medicine

Assistant Professor, Medicine

Research Scientist, Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center

The research of Kathrin Michelsen, PhD, focuses on the role of innate and adaptive immunity in the development of intestinal inflammation. Animal models are used to elucidate the molecular mechanism of dysregulated immune responses that lead to chronic inflammation of the mucosa. The mouse models of intestinal inflammation are used as pre-clinical models to conduct laboratory studies that will identify molecules for eventual therapeutic intervention.

  • Doctorate: Humboldt University of Berlin, 2002

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