MIT Highlights Work of Dana Grantee J. Christopher Love

Last week, MIT released a new piece highlighting the work of Dana grantee J. Christopher Love, Ph.D. Dr. Love received a Dana grant in 2009 through one of the Foundation’s former programs, Human Immunology, for his project entitled Single-Cell Microtools for Profiling Human Immune Responses to HIV.

He and his colleagues have uncovered some important aspects about how T cells respond to HIV, which may help researchers develop an HIV vaccine in the future. Their research was first published in The Journal of Clinical Investigation.

–Caitlin Schneider

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