Steven Moioffer, BS
Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry, 2016 The University of Iowa
Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology, 2016 The University of Iowa
The Badovinac lab studies the CD8 T cell response to various pathogens and immunization. My work focuses on how these responses change upon antigen re-encounter and the role of tissue resident memory CD8 T cells in the context of influenza infection.
Publications associated with the lab
- Moioffer SJ, RR Berton, PW McGonagill, IJ Jensen, TS Griffith, and VP Badovinac. Inefficient recovery of repeatedly stimulated memory CD8 T cells after polymicrobial sepsis induction leads to changes in memory CD8 T cell pool composition. J Immunol 210: 168-179 (2023) [PubMed]
- Moioffer SJ*, DB Danahy*, S van de Wall, IJ Jensen, FV Sjaastad, SM Anthony, JT Harty, TS Griffith, and VP Badovinac. Severity of sepsis determines the degree of impairment observed in circulatory and tissue-resident memory CD8 T cell populations. J Immunol 207: 1871-1881 (2021) [PubMed]
- Antony SM*, N Van Braeckel-Budimir*, SJ Moioffer, S van de Wall, Q Shan, R Vijay, R Sompallae, SM Hartwig, IJ Jensen, SM Varga, NS Butler, HH Xue, VP Badovinac*, and JT Harty*. Protective function and durability of mouse lymph node resident memory CD8 T cells. eLife 10: e68662 (2021) [PubMed]