UMASS, Amherst

The regulation of the immune response

Our goal is to uncover the molecular mechanisms that control productive versus non-productive immune responses against cancer and infection. Specifically, we focus on the role of regulatory non-coding RNAs in the maintenance and differentiation of T cells.


Pobezinsky, PhD

Assistant Professor

Pobezinskaya, PhD

Research Assistant Professor

Iverson, BS

Lab manager

Constance Angelou

PhD candidate

PhD candidate

rotating graduate student

It can be you!

To apply contact us:

Daniel Ryan

Undergraduate student

Spring of 2020:

Alex Wells published her first author review in Molecular Immunology


Want to work with us?

Graduate students and postdocs send us the following information:​

  • what is your scientific background

  • what are your long term goals

  • what are your interests

  • why do you want to work with us

Contact Us

 Address. 661 North Pleasant Street, R-431A,

Amherst, MA 01003

Tel. 413-545-2393

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