Mark is Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine and the Center for Immunity and Inflammation at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School where his research focuses on Mechanisms that promote immunity to helminth parasites and the development of allergic inflammation.
He received his PhD from Johns Hopkins in Molecular, Microbiology and Immunology and did his Post doc at the University of Pennsylvania under David Artis.
Mark has published in multiple prestigious journals including The Journal of Experimental Medicine, Nature Immunology, PLOS Pathogens, and Cell Reports and has received multiple grants, including 3 current R01 grants from the NIH
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Nick received his PhD from Brown University in Pathobiology and did his postdoc at Seattle Children’s Research Institute under Adrian Piliponsky, where he focused on understanding the roles of mast cells and basophils in acute inflammatory diseases. Nick has published research in journals such as Nature Immunology and Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. Since completing his postdoc, Nick worked in Business Development for an immunoassay biotechnology company.