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She has done her B.S., Biology from University of Michigan,
Completed her Ph.D., from Pharmacology & Toxicology Michigan State University,
The overall aim of my research is to determine the effect of xenobiotic sensors on the regulation of lymphocyte function. It is my overall hypothesis that, in general, xenobiotic sensors serve to limit lymphocyte response to reactive xenobiotics thus averting exaggerated or inappropriate immune responses that might otherwise cause autoimmunity or other types of inflammatory conditions. My current research focuses on the effects of xenobiotic activation of the transcription factor, nuclear factor erythroid 2 related factor 2 (Nrf2), on T cell function and T cell-dependent immune responses.
Chery E Rockwell, Alexandra E Turley, Xingguo Cheng, Patrick E Fields and Curtis D Klaassen
Research Article: Clinic Experiment Pharmacol 2013, S4:002