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Regina (R) Stark

Department
Hematopoiesis
E-mail
r.stark@sanquin.nl
LinkedIn
https://www.linkedin.com/in/regina-stark-9844798b
Training

Immunology

Research interests
My research focuses on the regulation of tissue resident memory T cells and the interaction with their microenvironment.
Technology
  • Flow cytometry and cell sorting
  • Confocal microscopy
  • qPCR
  • Cell culture of primary human and murine cells
  • T cell stimulation (in vitro and in vivo)
  • Murine infection (Listeria, Influenza and LCMV) and tumor models
Resume
2014-present Postdoc at the Dept of Hematopoiesis, Sanquin Research, Amsterdam
2008-2014 PhD student, International Max Planck Research School for Infectious Diseases and Immunology (IMPRS-IDI) and Berlin-Brandenburg Center for Regenerative Therapies/ Charite University Hospital, Berlin, Germany
2002-2008 Diplom (MSc equivalent) Biochemistry, University of Potsdam, Germany
Publications
Sanquin publications
Other publications

Frentsch M*, Stark R, Matzmohr N, Meier S, Durlanik S, Schulz AR, Stervbo U, Jürchott K, Gebhardt F, Heine G, Reuter MA, Betts MR, Busch D, Thiel A. CD40L expression permits CD8+ T cells to execute immunological helper functions. Blood 2013; 122(3):405-12.

Stark R, Hartung A, Zehn D, Frentsch M, Thiel A. IL-12-mediated STAT4 signaling and TCR signal strength cooperate in the induction of CD40L in human and mouse CD8+ T cells. Eur J Immunol 2013; 43(6):1511-7.

Meier S*, Stark R, Frentsch M, Thiel A. The influence of different stimulation conditions on the assessment of antigen-induced CD154 expression on CD4+ T cells. Cytometry A 2008; 73(11):1035-42.

Last edited on: 1 July 2016
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