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Angelique Biancotto, Ph.D.

Angelique Biancotto photoSenior Staff Scientist
Flow Cytometry

E-mail: biancoa@mail.nih.gov

Dr Angélique Biancotto performed her graduate work at the University of Méditerranée in Marseilles, France. She was granted a Master’s degree in Molecular Biology in June 2000. Her studies were in the field of Immunology, under the supervision of Dr. Ivan Hirsch. She received her Ph.D. in Immunology in July 2003; her thesis dealt with HIV-1 persistence in AIDS. Following her graduate work, she spent four years in the laboratory of Dr. Leonid Margolis at NIH/NICHD. Her work focused on the possible causal relationship between HIV-1 infection-induced environmental cytokine storm in lymph nodes and chronic immune activation. She joined CHI in 2008 and beganworking with Dr. J. Philip McCoy developing a Comprehensive Leukocyte Immunophenotyping Panel (CLIP). This 15-color panel is currently being utilized for characterizing the immunome of samples from patients enrolled in CHI clinical protocols. Her work has been published and cited in peer-reviewed journals including Journal of Virology, Journal of BiologicalChemistry, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences and New England Journal of Medicine.



Last Updated December 2011




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