Shomyseh Sanjabi, PhD

Assistant Investigator

Phone: (415) 734-4814
Fax: (415) 355-0855
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Investigator, Roddenberry Center for Stem Cell Biology and Medicine at Gladstone

Assistant Professor, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, University of California, San Francisco

Administrative Assistant

Malu Robles
(415) 734-4813
malu.robles@gladstone.ucsf.edu

More about Dr. Sanjabi

Dr. Sanjabi’s lab focuses on an array of immunological issues including: the interactions of a virus and the host it infects—using mice that have been genetically modified to lack certain genes or to have immune systems that mimic human immune systems; how anti-inflammatory molecules can impact the immune system and inflammation during acute and chronic viral and bacterial infections; how immunological components of seminal fluid can impact the initial immune response against HIV; and how the immune components of breast milk impact the development of neonatal immune systems, benefit neonates against developing allergies and help control the immune system’s response to infections.

Prior to joining Gladstone in 2010, Dr. Sanjabi was an Associate Research Scientist at Yale University.

Among her numerous awards, Dr. Sanjabi has received the Sydney C. Rittenberg Potential for Outstanding Research Career Award, the Dorothy Radcliffe Lee Fellowship, the Warsaw Fellowship, a Certificate of Distinction in Teaching
 Award and the Cancer Research Institute Postdoctoral Fellowship.

Dr. Sanjabi is a member of the American Association of Immunologists and serves as review editor for Frontiers in Immunological Tolerance.

Dr. Sanjabi earned a bachelor’s degree in microbiology and molecular genetics from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). After earning a doctoral degree in microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics from UCLA, she did her postdoctoral training in immunobiology at Yale University.

 

Featured Publications

Shomyseh Sanjabi, PhDFlavell RA, Sanjabi S, Wrzesinski SH, Licona-Limón P. The polarization of immune cells in the tumour environment by TGFbeta. Nat Rev Immunol. 2010 Aug;10(8):554-67. Epub 2010 Jul 9. View in: PubMed
Shomyseh Sanjabi, PhDSanjabi S, Flavell RA. Interaction between TGFbeta and the common gamma chain cytokines during an inflammatory immune response. Cell Cycle. 2010 Feb 1;9(3):428-30. Epub 2010 Feb 23. View in: PubMed