Pathology Graduate Training Program
Name: Natasha Corbitt
Cellular and Molecular Pathology (CMP) -
Lab Phone: 412-624-6605
Mentor Name:Jake Demetris, MD
Undergraduate Degree: B.S., Biology
Undergraduate Institution: : Howard University
Research Project Information
Investigation of the relationship between intestinal colonization and the immune cell population of the liver.
Publications / Achievements
Novel SIVmac DNA vaccines encoding Env, Pol and Gag consensus proteins elicit strong cellular immune responses in cynomolgus macaques. Yan J, Hokey DA, Morrow MP, Corbitt N, Harris K, Harris D, Weiner DB. Vaccine. 2009 May 26;27(25-26):3260-6.
Induction of antitumor immunity in vivo following delivery of a novel HPV-16 DNA vaccine encoding an E6/E7 fusion antigen. Yan J, Reichenbach DK, Corbitt N, Hokey DA, Ramanathan MP, McKinney KA, Weiner DB, Sewell D. Vaccine. 2009 Jan 14;27(3):431-40.
2008 Medical Scientist Training Program Retreat- Poster Presentation: The Role of Interleukin-6 in Regulatory T Cell Modulation
2007 Medical Scientist Training Program Retreat-Poster Presentation: Characterization of Mice Heterozygous for HGF expression
2007 Immunology Graduate Group Retreat - Oral Presentation: A Novel Engineered HIV-1 Clade C Consensus-Based Envelope DNA Vaccine