Yina H. Huang, PhD
Associate Professor of Microbiology and Immunology
Associate Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Microbiology and Immunology
Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Molecular and Cellular Biology Graduate Programs
Norris Cotton Cancer Center
We investigate how T cells traffic and respond to infections. In particular, we study the signals that regulate T cell migration and activation to ensure protective immunity while preventing autoimmunity and immunodeficiency disease.
AMPK Activation by Metformin Promotes Survival of Dormant ER+ Breast Cancer Cells.
Author Correction: Immune-checkpoint protein VISTA critically regulates the IL-23/IL-17 inflammatory axis.
IL-17A-Induced PLET1 Expression Contributes to Tissue Repair and Colon Tumorigenesis.
Resident memory T cells in the skin mediate durable immunity to melanoma.
Immune-checkpoint protein VISTA critically regulates the IL-23/IL-17 inflammatory axis.
Therapeutic sensitivity to Rac GTPase inhibition requires consequential suppression of mTORC1, AKT, and MEK signaling in breast cancer.
Mst1 Kinase Regulates the Actin-Bundling Protein L-Plastin To Promote T Cell Migration.
Melanoma Induces, and Adenosine Suppresses, CXCR3-Cognate Chemokine Production and T-cell Infiltration of Lungs Bearing Metastatic-like Disease.
Immune-checkpoint proteins VISTA and PD-1 nonredundantly regulate murine T-cell responses.
Mst1 directs Myosin IIa partitioning of low and higher affinity integrins during T cell migration.