Allison R. Greenplate, B.S.

Allison Greenplate

Allison Greenplate

Allie Greenplate joined the Irish lab at Vanderbilt in 2013 for her Ph.D. thesis research in the Program in Microbiology & Immunology.  Her project focuses on cancer immunotherapy and immune cell signaling.  See a video of Allie from Association of Immunology (AAI) 2017 story booth.

Allie is in the Vanderbilt Microbiology & Immunology Ph.D. training program.  Allie’s training is supported by NIH/NCI F31 CA199993.

Degrees: B.S. in Biology & Templeton Honors College, Eastern University

Publications:
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Allie’s 2016 paper in Cancer Immunology Research:
Myelodysplastic Syndrome Revealed by Systems Immunology in a Melanoma Patient Undergoing Anti-PD-1 Therapy. Greenplate AR, Johnson DB, Roussel M, Savona MR, Sosman JA, Puzanov I, Ferrell PB, Irish JM. Cancer Immunology Research 2016.

Greenplate et al., Cancer Immunology Research 2016

Greenplate et al., Cancer Immunology Research 2016

Allie’s 2016 paper in European Journal of Cancer:
Systems immune monitoring in cancer therapy. Greenplate AR, Johnson DB, Ferrell PB Jr., Irish JM, European Journal of Cancer 2016.

Greenplate et al., European Journal of Cancer 2016

Greenplate et al., European Journal of Cancer 2016