Autoimmune diseases are called “invisible diseases” as symptoms are not seen. AI is Not Invisible is trying to help bring awareness for the 80 autoimmune diseases that can affect us.
Utilizing a patient’s own immune system to treat autoimmunity in type 1 diabetes – the Brusko Lab publishes novel methods to grow regulatory T cells from cryopreserved umbilical cord blood.
Using rare human samples made available through the nPOD program (JDRFnPOD.org), the Brusko Laboratory has new findings to report on the diversity and frequency of autoreactive lymphocytes in T1D.
Our laboratory aims to harness the power of naturally occurring regulatory T cells to correct unwanted immune responses that deliver a cure for type 1 diabetes.
From undergraduate students to post-doctoral fellows – every set of hands is important.
View how Dr. Brusko’s research has progressed and see where our research currently stands.
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