Position: MD/PhD Student, UCSF
Email: Theodore.Roth [at] ucsf.edu
My name is Theo Roth, and I'm an MSTP student here at UCSF. I grew up in St. Louis and Birmingham before getting into research, at the National Institutes of Health. In the lab of Dr. Dorian McGavern I worked out key steps in the immune response to brain injuries using intravital two photon microscopy. Later at Stanford University I worked with Dr. Matthew Scott developing novel synthetic biology approaches to DNA assembly. I graduated from Stanford with a BS in Biology and an MS in Biomedical Informatics before starting MD and PhD training at UCSF. I'm interested in Immunology, Genetics, Informatics, and Genome Editing in the context of Cellular Therapeutics.
Discovery of stimulation-responsive immune enhancers with CRISPR activation
Simeonov DR, Gowen BG, Boontanrart M, Roth TL, Gagnon JD, Mumbach MR, Satpathy AT, Lee Y, Bray NL, Chan AY, Lituiev DS, Nguyen ML, Gate RE, Subramaniam M, Li Z, Woo JM, Mitros T, Ray GJ, Curie GL, Naddaf N, Chu JS, Ma H, Boyer E, Van Gool F, Huang H, Liu R, Tobin VR, Schumann K, Daly MJ, Farh KK, Ansel KM, Ye CJ, Greenleaf WJ, Anderson MS, Bluestone JA, Chang HY, Corn JE, Marson A. Nature. 549; 111-115 (2017)