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Shelly Lueng

Ph.D. pre-candidate
Graduate Program in Immunology (2008-present)

Project: Elucidating the role of immunogolic memory in the anti-tumor response upon vaccination with nanoemulsion adjuvant
Advisor: James R. Baker


About Shelly: 
Shelly graduated from the University of Michigan in 2008 with a degree in Biochemistry. She did her undergraduate research in the field of Systems and Synthetic Biology, focusing on building and characterizing genetic bistable switches to generate memory in E. coli. Her current research interests have shifted towards a more translational focus in the field of Immunology.


Publications: Chang DE, Leung S, Reifler AN, Atkinson MR, Forger DB, Ninfa AJ. 2009. Building biological memory by linking positive feedback loops. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. (Revisions in progress)



B.S. Biochemistry
University of Michigan

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