Jenna Collier

Jenna Collier

Graduate student
Jenna
Jenna received her MSc from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, where she studied the role of myeloid cells in the development of breast cancer metastases in the lung. She has worked at Amgen within their Therapeutic Antibody Discovery department, as well as Genentech, within the Immunology Discovery department, where she studied the role of TPL2 in neutrophil-mediated inflammation and ITK in T cell activation within the context of asthma. Within the Sharpe Lab, Jenna is using cellular and computational methods to study T cell function in the context of autoimmunity, cancer, and immune-related adverse events that occur during checkpoint blockade immunotherapy. Outside of the lab she enjoys sailing in the summer, skiing or skating in the winter, as well as going to the gym and working on fun coding projects in Python.

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