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H Manitoba, , Ph. Fowke umanitoba. Fowke is currently considering graduate student applications updated September To view the Fowke Lab Webpage Research Interests: The Laboratory of Viral Immunology is a vital, active laboratory focused on training scientists at the M. The Viral Immunology Laboratory is currently focusing on three major areas of research:.
What if aspirin prevented HIV? Radio Canada December 21, Fowke Lab members as of July Julie Lajoie. April March Nominated Principal Investigator. Nominated PI — Eric Cohen. Principal Knowledge User - Kasiba R. Other PIs, Lajoie J. Co-Investigator Kimani J. J, Sex workers and Scientists: Strengthening relationships between research participants and researchers. Principal Investigator. Co-PI James Blanchard. Co-investigators Joshua Kimani and Julie Lajoie. Reducing HIV target cells in the female genital tract: Determining the mechanism of inducing immune quiescence.
Co-applicant — Keith Fowke. Indigenous Mentorship Network Program. For an up to date link to publications from the Fowke Lab please click here. Characterization of the genital mucosa immune profile that distinguishes the phases of the menstrual cycle: Implications for HIV susceptibility. Journal of Infectious Diseases. PMID: Epub date Oct 31, PLoS Pathogens. Using safe, affordable and accessible non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs to reduce the number of HIV target cells in the blood and at the female genital tract.
Implant delivering hydroxychloroquine attenuates vaginal T lymphocyte activation and inflammation. Journal of Controlled Release. May 10; Epub Mar PLoS One. PMID: Co-senior authors. Scientific Report. Sept 11 7: DOI DOI: Keith Fowke.
We hypothesize that resistance is mediated by a two phase model in which immune quiescence results in fewer activated cells that can serve as targets for HIV infection and a central memory-dominated HIV-specific cellular immune response that eliminates any infected cells.