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David Farrar's Biography

David Farrar, Associate Professor, UT Southwestern Medical Centre

Dr. Farrar obtained his Ph.D. degree at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, TX, in tumor immunology. During this period, he demonstrated a key requirement for cytotoxic T lymphocytes in suppressing the recurrence of dormant tumor cells. He then went on to a post-doctoral fellowship with Dr. Kenneth Murphy at Washington University in St. Louis, MO. While there, Dr. Farrar identified a unique species-specific cytokine pathway that differentially regulated T helper responses between mice and humans. These studies lead to his research program at UT Southwestern investigating the role of innate cytokines in regulating both effector and memory T cell development in humans. Dr. Farrar is currently an Associate Professor of Immunology and Molecular Biology in the Department of Immunology at UT Southwestern Medical Center.

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Flow Cytometry Applications in Molecular Biology

Wednesday, 23 January 2013 at 16:45

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Standard approaches to studying processes of signal transduction and transcriptional regulation of gene expression have been limited by biochemical techniques requiring large sample material.  Recent advances in flow cytometry have allowed the interrogation of complex biochemical pathways in single cells.

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