Title

mTOR Regulates Macrophage Differentiation and Function

Document Type

Presentation

Publication Date

11-13-2013

Comments

Dr. Hallowell is a Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Fellow at Johns Hopkins University.

Academic and Professional Honors

2007 Gold Humanism Honor Society, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons

2007 Winner, “Patient Education Pamphlet” contest, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons

2010 “Resident Teaching Award,” Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Research Interests

“mTOR regulates the differentiation of classically and alternatively activated macrophages.”

Abstract

Objectives:

1. To distinguish between two primary macrophage phenotypes

2. To understand the role of mTOR in the differentiation of alternatively activated macrophages

3. To understand the role of mTOR in the differentiation of classically activated macrophages

Presentation: 50 minutes