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immunologist

 [im″u-nol´o-jist]
a specialist in immunology.

im·mu·nol·o·gist

(im'yū-nol'ŏ-jist),
A specialist in the science of immunology.

immunologist

[im′yənol′əjist]
a specialist in immunology.

immunologist

a specialist in immunology.
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In the 1950s, Lars Hanson, an immunologist at Goteborg University in Sweden, started to solve the puzzle.
Immunologists say that the discovery by Doherty and Zinkernagel - like many great discoveries - sounds simple in retrospect.
His unique background combines training as a physiologist and immunologist with being a worldwide expert in one of the most important drug targets within biotech, G-protein coupled receptors.
This proof of concept pre-clinical trial is being lead by clinical immunologist David Sachs MD, Director of the Transplantation Biology Research Center, at the Massachusetts General Hospital.
Based upon our early experience with the drug, it appears that these stem cells may be beneficial to critically ill patients who have failed other treatments for GVHD," said Gary Kleiner, MD, PhD, a pediatric immunologist at the University of Miami.
Robertson Parkman, MD, an immunologist who was not involved in the study, said that the new procedure "is definitely a significant improvement" over the existing methods.
Immunologist Andrea Gambotto and his colleagues at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine devised a vaccine using three common-cold adenoviruses, each genetically modified to produce a protein from the coronavirus that causes SARS.
Greer, a leading supplier of allergy immunotherapy products and treatments, announced the addition of research immunologist Fabien Lu, M.
For example, Polly Matzinger, an immunologist at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md.
Wodarz' paper suggests that the naive assumption--that the longer memory lasts, the better--may be wrong," says Charles Bangham, an immunologist at Imperial College in London.
While the vaccine appears "quite promising," it may not work in immune-compromised people with HIV, a group that includes a vast population in central Africa, says immunologist Manisha Gupta of the CDC.