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The Journal of Immunology Editorial Board

The JI Deputy Editors and the Section Editors constitute the Editorial Board.

Editor-in-Chief

 

Gail A. Bishop, Ph.D.

Dr. Bishop is a Professor of microbiology and immunology in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Iowa Carver College of  Medicine. 

Iowa City, Iowa

Scientific expertise: lymphocyte signaling, B cell activation, signal transduction, TNF-receptor superfamily, Toll-like receptors

Editorial: https://www.jimmunol.org/content/212/1/1


 

Deputy Editors



Ali H. Ellebedy, Ph.D 

Pillars of Immunology


Dr. Ellebedy is a Professor of Pathology and Immunology at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

St. Louis, Missouri USA

Scientific expertise: Antibody production, B cell activation, B cell memory, inflammasomes, viral immunity, viral vaccines

"It is important that we all support our society journal, The Journal of Immunology. It is the journal that is run by praticing immunologists to report new discoveries and disseminate knowledge to their fellow immunologists. As a Deputy Editor, I am incredibly excited to lead the 'Pillars of Immunology' section as it plays a role in helping young immunologists develop a solid foundation."



Jennifer L. Gommerman, Ph.D.

Special Collections


Dr. Gommerman is Professor and Chair of the Department of Immunology at the University of Toronto.

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Scientific expertise: Adaptive immunity, autoimmunity, gut immunology, multiple sclerosis, B cells

"Academic community is incredibly important for fostering progress and open discourse in science and, The JI is one of the 'Pillars" of our community as immunologists. Not only is The JI the place to learn about new discoveries in the field, but it also is an excellent forum for emerging themes relevant to the community. Immunology is an exciting field that is being propelled forward at breathtaking speed by technological advances and a collaborative spirit. As Deputy Editor for the special collections,  I am excited to oversee collections that will be an important (and cited!) resource for our community, and a gift for immunologists who wish to quickly immerse themselves in a particular topic."



Luis J. Montaner, D.V.M., D.Phil.

Cutting Edge and Brief Reviews


Dr. Montaner is the Herbet Kean, M.D. Family Professor of Immunology at the Wistar Institute

Philadelphia, PA

Scientific expertise: HIV-1, cancer, viral immunity, cytokines/cytokine receptors, clinical immunology, monocytes/macrophages

"I am excited to contribute to the success of The JI as the most important foundational journal in our field. I look forward to continue a long tradition of excellence by The JI as an indispensable source of novel data of critical relevance to all immunology programs of research."

 


Roshini S. Abraham, Ph.D., D(ABMLI), FAAAAI, FCIS

Human and Clinical Immunology


Dr. Abraham is the Associate Chief for Academic Affairs and the Founding Director of the Diagnostics Immunology Laboratory at Nationwide Children’s hospital. She is also the Director of the Jeffrey Modell Foundation for Primary Immunodeficiencies Diagnostic and Research Center and Nationwide Children’s Hospital.

Columbus, OH

Scientific expertise: diagnostic immunology (cellular and molecular immunology, including genomics) for primary and secondary immunodeficiencies, immune dysregulatory disorders and transplant immunology, related to immune competence and immune reconstitution in solid organ and hematopoietic transplantation.

“The AAI has been and is the premier immunology professional organization for basic and mechanistic immunology research, and its flagship journal, the Journal of Immunology (JI), has focused on various aspects of immunology research, including clinical and translational immunology. Journals published by professional societies provide a high level of scholarship, while providing an avenue for promoting research and translational studies within the society. The goal for the Clinical and Translational section of JI, for the next 5 years, will be to promote JI as a journal of choice for those investigators engaged in human immunology and clinical/translational immunology research, while ensuring that thorough and mechanistic clinical studies and reports are published to the benefit of all in the field.”

 

 

 


  

Director of Publications

Catherine Wattenberg

Executive Editor

Loretta L. Doan, Ph.D.

Publications Committee Chair

Laurie E. Harrington, Ph.D.

Section Editors

 

Ali Abdul-Sater
Dorina Avram
Vladimir Badovinac
Santanu Bose
Marina Cella
Alexander Dent
Haidong Dong
Helen Dooley
Alan Friedman

Nardhy Gomez-Lopez
Kim L. Good-Jacobson
Nichol Holodick
Julie M. Jameson
Steven Kerfoot
Nathalie Labrecque
Brian Laidlaw
P'ng Loke
Thierry Mallevaey
Mandy McGeachy

James McLaren
Gerald P. Morris
Joshua Obar
Chandar Raman
Karla K. Rodgers
David Tscharke
Anna Valujskikh
Sonja Vermeren
Tonya Webb
Felix Yarovinsky


Associate Editors


Robert A. Barrington
Matthew Bettini
Christian E. Busse
Ling Cao
Luisa Cervantes-Barragan
Eric T. Clambey
Matthew C. Cook
Louise M. D'Cruz
Ludovic Desvignes
Gina M. Doody
Purnima Dubey
Zhichao Fan
Martin Felices
Carl G. Feng

Viviana P. Ferreira
Sylvie Girard
Kymberly Gowdy
Curtis Henry
Heather D. Hickman
Shaun W. Jackson
Chaoran Li
Jinhua Lu
Theresa T. Lu
Mary A. Markiewicz
Craig L. Maynard
S. Celeste Morley
Bethany Mundy-Bosse
Dawn C. Newcomb
Ryan M. O'Connell

Balázs Rada
Elizabeth A. Repasky
Steffanie Sabbaj
Christopher Scharer
Hariharan Subramanian
Mark S. Sundrud
John R. Teijaro
Emma Teixeiro
David Verhoeven
Alejandro V. Villarino
Haitao Wen
Yu Zhang
Julie Zikherman

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