"Innate Immune Receptors" Featuring Dr. Jenny Ting

On this episode of the Immunology Podcast, Dr. Jenny Ting discusses her research on oxidative phosphorylation in HIV, the role of AIM2 in autoimmunity, and microbes that can protect from radiation.


Dr. Jenny Ting is the William R. Kenan Jr. Distinguished Professor of Genetics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and served as the President of the American Association of Immunologists from 2020-2021. Her lab discovered the NLR protein family, and their recent research interests include oxidative phosphorylation in HIV, the role of AIM2 in autoimmunity, and microbes that can protect from radiation.

Talking to Dr. Jenny Ting was a great experience! It’s always wonderful to hear how her group is advancing our understanding of inflammatory signaling.

Dr. Jason Goldsmith, host

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Publish Date: March 16, 2022

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