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Editor - Hamid Bassiri | University of Pennsylvania | 18999
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Journal of Cytokine Biology
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Hamid Bassiri

Hamid Bassiri
Hamid Bassiri
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Perelman School of Medicine
University of Pennsylvania
USA
University of Pennsylvania

Biography

Dr. Bassiri completed his Ph.D. in Immunology and his M.D. at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. He then pursued a residency in General Pediatrics and a fellowship in pediatric infectious diseases at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. He was appointed as an Assistant Professor in 2013, and now provides inpatient pediatric infectious disease consultations and specializes in the care of immunocompromised children. Over the last several years, he has studied the development and function of invariant natural killer T (iNKT) cells. His laboratory is now involved in several research projects: 1) Delineating how iNKT cells mediate tumor immunosurveillance; 2) Developing novel cellular immunotherapies for cancer and infection; 3) Characterizing the cytokine release syndrome associated with T cell adoptive transfer immunotherapies; 4) Understanding the mechanisms of T cell exhaustion in chronic infections; 5) Examining the effects of polyamine depletion on the neuroblastoma tumor microenvironment.

Research Interest

1) Delineating how iNKT cells mediate tumor immunosurveillance
2) Developing novel cellular immunotherapies for cancer and infection
3) Characterizing the cytokine release syndrome associated with T cell adoptive transfer immunotherapies
4) Understanding the mechanisms of T cell exhaustion in chronic infections
5) Examining the effects of polyamine depletion on the neuroblastoma tumor microenvironment.

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