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Farid Keramati

PhD student
Single-Cell Genomics and Epigenomics of Human Endotoxemia/Sepsis Model
Phone 088 97 290 00

I study the innate immune memory induced in human subjects injected with controlled dose of bacterial endotoxin (LPS) over the time course at both genomics and epigenomics levels. I use single cell RNA-sequencing and ATAC-sequencing to study the molecular behavior of human peripheral blood and bone-marrow immune cells.

  • Uncovering the mode of action of engineered T cells in patient cancer organoids

    • jan. 2022
    • Johanna F., Dekkers, et al
    • Nature Biotechnology
  • Chronic HIV infection induces transcriptional and functional reprogramming of innate immune cells

    • apr. 2021
    • Wouter A., van der Heijden, et al
    • JCI Insight
  • Circulating miRNAs can serve as potential diagnostic biomarkers in chronic myelogenous leukemia patients

    • jan. 2021
    • Farid, Keramati, et al
    • Leukemia Research Reports
  • Controlled Human Malaria Infection Induces Long-Term Functional Changes in Monocytes

    • nov. 2020
    • Jona, Walk, et al
    • Frontiers in Molecular Biosciences
  • Outcomes of controlled human malaria infection after BCG vaccination

    • dec. 2019
    • Jona, Walk, et al
    • Nature Communications
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