Thank you Pedromics for the cartoon based on our recent paper in ‘Nature Immunology’ – “Metabolic Reprogramming of Natural Killer cells in obesity limits anti-tumor responses. Looks great! See it here: https://lynch-lab.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/NKCartoon.pdf
About Lydia Lynch
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Lydia Lynch contributed a whooping 22 entries.
Entries by Lydia Lynch
Xavier Michelet, Lydia Dyck, Andrew Hogan, Roisin M. Loftus, Danielle Duquette, Kevin Wei, Semir Beyaz, Ali Tavakkoli, Cathriona Foley, Raymond Donnelly, Cliona O’Farrelly, Mathilde Raverdeau, Ashley Vernon, William Pettee, Donal O’Shea, Barbara S. Nikolajczyk, Kingston H. G. Mills, Michael B. Brenner,David Finlay & Lynch, L. 2018. Metabolic reprogramming of natural killer cells in obesity limits anti-tumor responses. Nature […]
Kohlgruber, A.C., Gal-Oz, S.T., LaMarche, N.M., Shimazaki, M., Duquette, D., Nguyen, H.N., Mina, A.I., Paras, T., Tavakkoli, A., Andrian, U., Banks, A.S., Shay, T., Brenner, M.B., Lynch, L. 2018. γδ T cells producing interleukin-17A regulate adipose regulatory T cell homeostasis and thermogenesis. Nature immunology, p.1. | PubMed
Dyck, L. and Lynch, L., 2018. New Job for NK Cells: Architects of the Tumor Microenvironment. Immunity, 48(1), pp.9-11. | PubMed
LaMarche, N.M. and Lynch, L., 2018. Adipose Dendritic Cells Come Out of Hiding. Cell metabolism, 27(3), pp.485-486. | PubMed
Dyck, L. and Lynch, L., 2018. Cancer, obesity and immunometabolism–Connecting the dots. Cancer letters, 417, pp.11-20. | PubMed
Congratulations to Dr. Ayano Kohlgruber PhD!
Lydia met with President Michael D. Higgins at the SFI President of Ireland Future Research Leader Awards!
Congratulations to Ayano Kohlgruber on her prize-winning poster ‘Gamma-delta T cells producing IL-17A regulate adipose Treg Homeostasis and thermogenesis‘.
SK. Chang, A. Kohlgruber, F. Mizoguchi, M. Xavier, B. Wolf, K. Wei, P. Lee, L. Lynch, D.Duquette, V.Ceperuelo-Mallafre, A. Banks, M.B. Brenner. Stromal cell cadherin-11 regulates adipose tissue inflammation and diabetes. Journal of Clinical Investigation, in press Sept 2017. | PubMed