Joanne Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org) is an honorary consultant neuro-immunologist and group leader. She has been involved in human immunology research in Cambridge since 2003. Over the years her group has developed a particular interest in regulatory T-cell biology.
Lorna Jarvis (email@example.com) is a post-doc with a wealth of experience in human immunology, particularly regulatory cell biology. Day-to-day she leads several current projects – including the Pan Immune Project (PIP) and our projects on tissue regulatory cell and regulatory cell metabolism. She was the first/founding Jones lab post-doc, joining in 2014.
Daniel Rainbow (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a post-doc. His PhD (Diabetes and Inflammation Laboratory at the University of Oxford) focused on the IL2RA gene that is associated with both multiple sclerosis and type 1 diabetes. With others, he now runs the Immune Ageing Project and provides key genetic support for several other current projects (see projects).
Lou Ellis (email@example.com) is a highly experienced laboratory scientist. In addition to contributing to several current projects and providing technical support for the team, she is the Jones’ group laboratory manager.
Sarah Howlett (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a highly experienced post doc, having worked on embryology and parental imprinting before finding immunology. Her particular expertise is in humanised mouse models. In addition to being a major contributor to several current projects, Sarah runs our work on developing in vitro and in vivo (humanised mouse models) to understand the immunogenicity of cellular therapies.
Hani S. Mousa (email@example.com) is a qualified medical doctor and a PhD student in the final year of his PhD. He has a particular interest in myeloid biology and uses monocytes, monocyte-derived cells (macrophages and dendritic cells) and iPSC-derived myeloid cells (microglia) to study autoimmunity-associated variants in the TNF superfamily.
Zoya Georgieva (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a neurology trainee and a PhD student, who joined the lab in 2018. She is interested in understanding T regulatory cell reconstitution post-lymphocyte depletion and in exploring whether low-dose IL-2 can be used to expand functional regulatory cells during immune reconstitution.