Timothy Henrich, MD

Associate Professor of Medicine in Residence
Department of Medicine
Research Description: 

My laboratory/research group specializes in immunmodulatory, cytoreductive chemotherapeutic and stem cell transplantation approaches to HIV-1 cure. We are also involved in the design and implementation of novel nano/microtechnologies and PET-based imaging approaches to characterize viral reservoirs.

Primary Thematic Area: 
Virology & Microbial Pathogenesis
Secondary Thematic Area: 
Research Summary: 
Immunmodulatory, cytoreductive chemotherapeutic and stem cell transplantation approaches to HIV-1 cure. Design and implementation of novel nano/microtechnologies to characterize viral reservoirs.

Systems analysis of innate and adaptive immunity in Long COVID.

Seminars in immunology

Peluso MJ, Abdel-Mohsen M, Henrich TJ, Roan NR

Long COVID manifests with T cell dysregulation, inflammation and an uncoordinated adaptive immune response to SARS-CoV-2.

Nature immunology

Yin K, Peluso MJ, Luo X, Thomas R, Shin MG, Neidleman J, Andrew A, Young KC, Ma T, Hoh R, Anglin K, Huang B, Argueta U, Lopez M, Valdivieso D, Asare K, Deveau TM, Munter SE, Ibrahim R, Ständker L, Lu S, Goldberg SA, Lee SA, Lynch KL, Kelly JD, Martin JN, Münch J, Deeks SG, Henrich TJ, Roan NR

Association of nirmatrelvir for acute SARS-CoV-2 infection with subsequent Long COVID symptoms in an observational cohort study.

Journal of medical virology

Durstenfeld MS, Peluso MJ, Lin F, Peyser ND, Isasi C, Carton TW, Henrich TJ, Deeks SG, Olgin JE, Pletcher MJ, Beatty AL, Marcus GM, Hsue PY

Plasma-based antigen persistence in the post-acute phase of SARS-CoV-2 infection.

medRxiv : the preprint server for health sciences

Peluso MJ, Swank ZN, Goldberg SA, Lu S, Dalhuisen T, Borberg E, Senussi Y, Luna MA, Chang Song C, Clark A, Zamora A, Lew M, Viswanathan B, Huang B, Anglin K, Hoh R, Hsue PY, Durstenfeld MS, Spinelli MA, Glidden DV, Henrich TJ, Kelly JD, Deeks SG, Walt DR, Martin JN

A cohort-based study of host gene expression: tumor suppressor and innate immune/inflammatory pathways associated with the HIV reservoir size.

PLoS pathogens

Dwivedi AK, Gornalusse GG, Siegel DA, Barbehenn A, Thanh C, Hoh R, Hobbs KS, Pan T, Gibson EA, Martin J, Hecht F, Pilcher C, Milush J, Busch MP, Stone M, Huang ML, Reppetti J, Vo PM, Levy CN, Roychoudhury P, Jerome KR, Hladik F, Henrich TJ, Deeks SG, Lee SA