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Zaida Ramirez Ortiz, PhD
Assistant Professor
University of Massachusetts Medical School

Dr. Ramirez-Ortiz is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Her main interest is the initiation of the inflammatory response mediated by scavenger receptors expressed on dendritic cells in health and disease models.

Research Area(s):

Cell Biology

Research Keywords:

# Innate Immunity
# Scavenger Receptors
# Dendritic Cells
# Autoimmunity
# Flow Cytometry

Mentor: Eric  Baehrecke, PhD

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