Alan Schenkel

Faculty Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology

B222 Micro

970-491-2926

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About Alan

Dr. Schenkel studies the roles of adhesion molecules in leukocyte extravasation (exit from blood into tissues) in response to inflammation. Many of these molecules control how different populations of leukocytes, such as monocytes or lymphocytes, can respond spatially and temporally to infection and disease. Dr. Schenkel currently serves as the Director of the MIP Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program.

Education

PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1998BA, University of Colorado, Boulder, 1993

Publications

Luke C. Kingry, Ryan M. Troyer, Nicole L. Marlenee, Helle Bielefeldt-Ohmann, Richard A. Bowen, Alan R. Schenkel, Steven W. Dow and Richard A. Slayden Genetic identification of unique immunological responses in mice infected with virulent and attenuated Francisella tularensis Microbes and Infection In Press (2010)Lutz S. Goehring, Gisela S. Hussey, Laura V. Ashton, Alan R. Schenkel, D. Paul Lunn. Infection of central nervous system endothelial cells by cell-associated EHV-1. Vet Microbiol. In Press (2010)Pulford B, Reim N, Bell A, Veatch J, Forster G, Bender H, Meyerett C, Hafeman S, Michel B, Johnson T, Wyckoff AC, Miele G, Julius C, Kranich J, Schenkel A, Dow S, Zabel MD. Liposome-siRNA-peptide complexes cross the blood-brain barrier and significantly decrease PrP on neuronal cells and PrP in infected cell cultures. PLoS One. 2010 Jun 14;5(6):e11085.

                
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