Instructor in Immunology - firstname.lastname@example.org
Maud is an Instructor in Immunology who joined the Kwon lab in October 2018. She obtained her Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the University of Geneva, Switzerland, during which she identified and characterized chemokine binding proteins from tick saliva. She then moved to Boston to pursue her interest in learning immunology from the perspective of pathogens. During her postdoc in the laboratory of Prof. Luster at MGH, she focused on the role of lymphocytes trafficking in HIV dissemination following intravaginal exposure in humanized mice. She is now poised to utilize this model to look at the role of microbiota in HIV intravaginal acquisition. Outside the lab, Maud enjoys spending time with her family, baking and embracing Boston’s cult of running.