Man

Mauricio Campos Mora

Ph.D student

Universidad de Chile

Santiago, Chile

Líneas de Investigación


Immune regulation and tolerance, allogeneic graft rejection, role of Foxp3+ regulatory T (Treg) cells in the induction of long-term transplant tolerance, searching for biomarkers of immune suppression and effector T cell modulation.

Educación

  •  Molecular Biotechnology Engineering, UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE. Chile, 2013
  •  Molecular Biotechnology Engineer, UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE. Chile, 2014
  •  Biomedical Sciences, UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE. Chile, 2019

Experiencia Académica

  •   Undergraduate thesis Full Time

    UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE

    Faculty of Medicine

    Santiago, Chile

    2014 - 2014

  •   Ph.D thesis Full Time

    UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE

    Faculty of Medicine

    Santiago, Chile

    2015 - 2019

Experiencia Profesional

  •   Research assistant Part Time

    Universidad de Chile

    Santiago, Chile

    2014 - 2015

Premios y Distinciones

  •   'Dr Federico Leighton' Annual Award for Best Undergraduate and Master Thesis

    Fundación Chilena para Biología Celular

    Chile, 2015

    Best Undergraduate Thesis, commitee designated by Chilean Society of Cell Biology.

  •   Best Basic Science Work Prize

    Sociedad Chilena de Trasplante

    Chile, 2017

    Co-author, at VI Chilean Transplantation Society Congress


 

Article (12)

Mesenchymal stem cells and their immunosuppressive role in transplantation tolerance
Mesenchymal stem cells and their immunosuppressive role in transplantation tolerance
IL-33 enhances retinoic acid signaling on CD4+ T cells
Alarmin' immunologist=> IL-33 as a putative target for modulating T-cell dependent responses
Exogenous interleukin-33 targets myeloid-derived suppressor cells and generates periphery-induced Foxp3(+) regulatory T cells in skin-transplanted mice
Neuropilin-1(+) regulatory T cells promote skin allograft survival and modulate effector CD4(+) T cells phenotypic signature
Neuropilin-1+ regulatory T cells promote skin allograft survival and modulate effector CD4+ T cells phenotypic signature
Rapamycin-conditioned dendritic cells activated with monophosphoryl lipid A promote allograft acceptance in vivo
Rapamycin-conditioned dendritic cells activated with monophosphoryl lipid-A promote allograft acceptance in vivo
Retinaldehyde dehydrogenase activity is triggered during allograft rejection and it drives Th1/Th17 cytokine production
Retinaldehyde dehydrogenase activity is triggered during allograft rejection and it drives Th1/Th17 cytokine production
Neuropilin-1 in transplantation tolerance

Review (2)

Alarmin' immunologists: IL-33 as a putative target for modulating T cell-dependent responses
Neuropilin-1 in transplantation tolerance
7
Mauricio Campos Mora

Ph.D student

Universidad de Chile

Santiago, Chile

4
Karina Pino

Group Leader/Associate Professor

Centro de Investigación Biomédica

Universidad de los Andes

Santiago, Chile

3
Diego Catalán

Profesor Asistente

Programa Disciplinario de Inmunología

Universidad de Chile

Santiago, Chile

3
JUAN AGUILLON

PROFESSOR

IMMUNOLOGY PROGRAM

UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE

SANTIAGO, Chile

1
Maroun Khoury

A/Professor

Faculty of Medicine

Universidad de Los Andes

santiago, Chile

1
Claudia Terraza

Asistente de Investigación

Facultad de Medicina

Universidad de los Andes

Santiago, Chile