Javier Cabrera-Perez

     E-mail:  cabr0022@umn.edu

     Year Entered:  2010

     Degrees Received:
     Columbia University
     Biomedical Engineering
     B.S., 2007

     Thesis Advisor:  Thomas Griffith, Ph.D.

     Thesis Research:  Strategies to enhance immune responses after
     sepsis.

     Publications (prior to entering the Program):
     Lu SX, Alpdogan O, Lin J, Balderas R, Campos-Gonzalez R, Wang
     X, Gao GJ, Suh D, King C, Chow M, Smith OM, Hubbard VM, Bautista
     JL, Cabrera-Perez J, Zakrzewski JL, Kochman AA, Chow A, Altan
     Bonnet G, van den Brink MR. STAT-3 and ERK 1/2  phosphorylation are critical for T cell alloactivation and graft-versus-host-disease. Blood. 200; 112: 5254-5258.

Zakrzewski JL, Suh DY, Markley JC, Smith OM, King C, Goldberg GL, Jenq R, Holland AM, Grubin J, Cabrera-Perez J, Brentjens RJ, Lu SX, Rizzuto G, Sant’Angelo DB, Riviere I, Sadelain M, Heller G, Zúñiga-Pflücker JC, Lu C & van den Brink MRM. Tumor immunotherapy across MHC barriers using allogeneic T cell precursors. Nature Biotechnology. 2008; 26: 453–461.
 
Zakrzewski JL, Kochman AA, Lu SX, Terwey TH, Kim TD, Hubbard VM, Muriglan SJ, Suh DY, Smith OM, Grubin J, Patel N, Chow A, Cabrera-Perez J, Radhakrishnan R, Diab A, Perales MA, Rizzuto G, Menet E, Pamer EG, Heller G, Zúñiga-Pflücker JC, Alpdogan O, & van den Brink MRM. Adoptive transfer of T-cell precursors enhances T-cell reconstitution after allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation. Nature Medicine. 2006; 12: 1039-1047.