Jennifer Lund

Associate Member

Fred Hutch

Vaccine and Infections Disease Institute

Microbiology, Infection & Immunity

My research program focuses on understanding the basic mechanisms of immunity to viral infections.

Faculty Contact Information

Building: 1100 Eastlake Ave E. Room: E5-155 Box: E5-110 Phone: 206-667-2217 https://research.fhcrc.org/lund/en.html

Research Summary

Our focus is on elucidating the basic mechanisms of immunity in the context of virus infection. Specifically, we use mouse models to study T cell responses to genital HSV-2, influenza, and West Nile virus. Additionally, we are investigating the immune correlates of protection from HIV infection using a cohort of exposed seronegative individuals, as well as the potential immune modulatory effects of using pre-exposure prophylaxis in protection from HIV acquisition. Overall, we hope that our studies will lead to improved clinical interventions for virus infections of public health importance.

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Lab Information

Location: Fred Hutch
Building: 1100 Eastlake Ave E