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Previous PIDTC Trainees and Scholars

Pilot Project Award Recipients


Sarah Henrickson, MD, PHD

"Focusing on the STAT1 and STAT3 transcription pathways to deepen our understanding of shared dysfunction mechanisms in patients with PIRD."

Dr. Fabien Touzot

Don Kohn, MD
University of California Los Angeles
Gene Therapy for IPEX

Eric Allenspach, MD, PHD
Seattle Children's
Helped fund the research on CARD11 and the mechanisms of mutations in the pathogenesis of immune dysregulation.

Helene Decaluwe
CHU Sainte-Justine University Hospital Research Center
"T cell exhaustion in SCID patients with poor T cell reconstitution – Phase 2.”

Eric Allenspach
Seattle Children’s Research Institute
“Characterization of CARD11 defects causing immune dysregulation to better guide therapeutic intervention.”

Grant Award Recipients


Dr. Matthew Kan, MD, PhD
University of California San Francisco
“Sequence-based lymphocyte receptor diversity: a biomarker of immune reconstitution after hematopoietic cell transplantation for SCID”

Alice Chau, MD, MSE
Seattle Children’s Research Institute
“Characterizing activated PIK3CD in primary human B-cells”

Ori Scott, MD
University of Toronto
“Interrogation of STAT1 Gain-of-Function in a Novel Mouse Model and Development of a CRISPR/Cas9-Based Therapeutic Modality”

Aristine Cheng, MD
"Targeting plasma cells in refractory immunodeficiency associated with Neutralizing antiinterferon-g autoantibodies"

Kathryn Bradford
University of California Los Angeles
TACI Gene Editing for CVID

Catherine Biggs
Boston Children’s Hospital

Caroline Kuo
University of California Los Angeles