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Stefan H. Kappe, Ph.D.

Center for Infectious Disease Research and University of Wahington | 307 Westlake Ave N Seattle, WA 98109
(206) 256-7205

Lab Staff

Melike Firat
Sebastian Mikolajczak
Brandon Sack
Nana Minkah
Ryan Steel
Erika Flannery
Lander Foquet
Ashley Vaughan
Dorender Dankwa
Hayley Cardamone
Mary Jane Navarro
Nelly Camargo
Silvia Arredondo
Matthew Fishbaugher
Will Betz
Eve Chuenchob
Anil Ghosh
Debashree Goswami
Thao Nguyen
Stefan H. Kappe, Ph.D.
Professor, Center for Infectious Disease Research, formerly Seattle Biomedical Research Institute | Affiliate Professor, Departments of Pathobiology and Global Health, University of Washington | Director for Translational Science, Center for Infectious Disease Research

The Kappe Lab is focused on understanding the complex biology of the malaria parasite and the immune responses to infection, using this information to design transformational interventions that will help win the fight against malaria.

Research Interests:

  1. Malaria parasite Cell and Molecular Biology
  2. Host-Pathogen Interactions
  3. Immunology and Vaccine Development
  4. Malaria Clinical Trials
  5. Genetically Attenuated Parasite (GAP) Strains for Vaccination
  6. Animals models for Human Malaria
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