McIntyre, C. L., Temesgen, A. & Lynch, L. Diet, nutrient supply, and tumor immune responses. Trends in Cancer, 9, 752–763 (2023) | PubMed
About Lydia Lynch
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Harmon, Cathal. Alexandra Zaborowski, Haim Moore, Pamela St. Louis, Karen Slattery, Danielle Duquette, John Scanlan, Harry Kane, Britta Kunkemoeller, Claire L. McIntyre, Aine Ni Scannail, Bruce Moran, Ana C. Anderson, Des Winter, Donal Brennan, Michael A. Brehm & Lydia Lynch. γδ T cell dichotomy with opposing cytotoxic and wound healing functions in human solid tumors. […]
Douglas, A., Stevens, B. & Lynch, L. Interleukin-17 as a key player in neuroimmunometabolism. Nature Metabolism 5, 1088–1100 (2023) | PubMed
Dyck, L. & Lynch, L. Diverse effects of obesity on antitumor immunity and immunotherapy. Trends in Molecular Medicine 29, 112–123 (2023) | PubMed
Koay, H.-F. & Lynch, L. γδ T cells unveil invisible tumors. Trends in Immunology 44, 159–161 (2023) | PubMed
Kane, H., LaMarche, N. M., Ní Scannail, A., Garza, A. E., Koay, H. F., Azad, A. I., Kunkemoeller, B., Stevens, B., Brenner, M. B., Lynch, L. Longitudinal analysis of invariant natural killer T cell activation reveals a cMAF-associated transcriptional state of NKT10 cells. eLife 11, e76586 (2022) | PubMed
Zaborowski, A. M., Winter, D. C. & Lynch, L. The therapeutic and prognostic implications of immunobiology in colorectal cancer: a review. Br J Cancer 125, 1341–1349 (2021) | PubMed
Congratulations to Adiba Azad who got promoted to Assistant Professor at Mayo Clinic!
Trim, W. V., & Lynch, L. (2022). Immune and non-immune functions of adipose tissue leukocytes. Nature reviews. Immunology, 22(6), 371–386. | https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34741167/
The 2022 ICIS-Luminex John R. Kettman Award for Excellence in Cytokine & Interferon Research Mid-career recognizes Lydia Lynch’s outstanding contributions to the field of cytokine biology, innate lymphoid cells, and established leadership in the field of immunometabolism.