Adaptive immunity depends on the production and maintenance throughout life of a constant size pool of mature peripheral lymphocytes. Lymphoid homeostasis is the result of a fine balance between lymphocyte production, differentiation, homing to their specific niches and organs, proliferation and survival.

Our lab studies these process and pathways mainly in B cells and their micro-environment during health and disease.

The major murine models used in our lab include blood cancers such as CLL and Myeloma, and autoimmune disease such as MS. By using high throughput tools we uncover previously unknown roles of molecules of interest.  

For more detailed informartion on our curent research check out the presntation or click on the link below.