Igor Brodsky

Igor Brodsky

Igor Brodsky

Igor Brodsky got his undergraduate degree in Molecular Biology at Princeton University where he performed his senior thesis on pseudorabies virus in the lab of Lynn Enquist. He undertook his PhD studies on Salmonella pathogenesis at Stanford University under the mentorship of Stanley Falkow, and completed post-doctoral training at Yale in the lab of Ruslan Medzhitov where he explored the host innate immune response to bacterial pathogens. Research in the Brodsky lab merges these areas of interest to understand innate sensing of pathogens as well as pathogen evasion strategies in order to develop therapeutic strategies that can specifically target pathogens. A complete list of your publications can be found here.