Headshot portrait of Angad Gogia - Bio-X Undergraduate Fellow
2013 Undergraduate Summer Research Program Participant

Home Department: undeclared
Supported by: Dean of Research and VPUE
Mentor: Lawrence Steinman, Professor of Pediatrics and Neurology and Pediatrics

Angad is a rising junior planning to major in computer science. This summer in Dr. Steinman’s lab, he is working with mice to investigate myeloid cell heterogeneity in autoimmune diseases. More specifically, he is working to investigate the subset of macrophages that exist in vivo. Up to this point, most work in this area has been done in vitro. He is very excited about the opportunity to work with Bio-X this summer and plans to pursue medical school upon graduation.

Poster presented at the Stanford Bio-X Interdisciplinary Initiatives Symposium on August 26, 2013:

Exploring Myeloid Cell Heterogeneity in Autoimmune Disease

Angad Gogia1, Bahareh Ajami1, Matt Spitzer2, Garry Nolan2, Lawrence Steinman1
[Departments of Neurology1 and Microbiology & Immunology2, Stanford University]