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Learning about NK Cells through Inborn Errors of Immunity

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Jordan Orange, M.D., Ph.D., chair of pediatrics, Columbia University

Dr. Jordan Orange's research has focused on the fundamental cell biology of intercellular immune interactions, novel causes of immune diseases as well as mechanistic insights gained from primary immunodeficiency. He has participated in gene discovery efforts and has contributed to the identification and understanding of a number novel genetic immune diseases—including most recently “Copa Syndrome.” Dr. Orange's work has also benefited from insights gained from the biology of primary immunodeficiency and has succeeded in translating these back to patients through an ongoing phase-I clinical trial and related efforts. Dr. Orange's laboratory has been recognized for innovation in high- and super-resolution imaging of human immune cells and applying advanced cell biological technologies to human immunodeficiency.

Dr. Orange has trained and mentored more than 30 predoctoral, postdoctoral, and graduate students over the past 10 years. His work has been continuously funded by the National Institutes of Health, and he has and published over 250 manuscripts. Dr. Orange is the recipient of an E. Mead Johnson Award, a Norman J. Siegel New Member Outstanding Science Award, a Lee Howley Sr. Prize and a Justin Daland Prize.

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