The Morgan Huse Lab
In the Huse lab, we combine imaging technology with synthetic chemistry and materials science to understand how immune cells communicate.
Tamzalit, F., Wang, M. S., Jin, W., Tello-Lafoz, M., Boyko, V., Heddleston, J. M., Black, C. T., Kam, L. C., and Huse, M. (2019). Interfacial Actin Protrusions Mechanically Enhance Killing by Cytotoxic T Cells. Sci. Immunol., eaav5445.
Morgan Huse, PhD
- Immunologist Morgan Huse studies the structure and function of immune cell-cell interactions.
- PhD, The Rockefeller University
- Searle Scholar Award (2008)
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