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Nisha Nagarsheth
e-mail address: nnagarsh@umich.edu

Mentor: Weiping Zou, MD, PhD

Research Description

I am focusing on the epigenetic regulation of IP10 and and its receptor, CXCR3, in the context of  tumor development, tissue homeostasis, and T cell responses.


Mousseau G, Clementz MA, Bakeman WA, Nagarsheth NB, Cameron M, Shi J, Baran P, Fromentin R, Chomont N, and Valente SA. Potent suppression of Tat-dependent HIV transcription by didehydro-Cortistatin A. Cell Host and Microbe. In Press.



Nagarsheth NB, Quintyne NJ. (2009)  Devising a Noncancerous Model System to Study Multipolar Spindle Formation. American Society for Cell Biology: San Diego, CA.



Bernard Maas Fellow (2011)



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