Steven Moioffer
Graduate Student
steven-moioffer@uiowa.edu
 

Department of Pathology
1023 ML
University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA 52242

Lab: 319-384-2929

Education

Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry, 2016 The University of Iowa
Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology, 2016 The University of Iowa

Research

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

  1. Moioffer SM, 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 in press (2023)
  2. 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]
  3. 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]