I am a molecular biologist and immunologist (Ph.D.) with an extensive background in pregnancy immunology. Building on
my expertise in preclinical (mouse) models of pregnancy and translational systems immunology, my research leverages
state-of-the-art single cell proteomic techniques (suspension and imaging mass cytometry) to study feto-maternal immune
adaptations in healthy and pathological pregnancies with the goal to improving the health of mothers and their children.
My current K99/R00-funded work investigates the neuro-immune axis in normal pregnancy and the pathogenesis of pregnancy complications.