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Andrew J. Yates, Ph.D.

Dr. Andrew J. Yates
 

Professional Interests

Our group combines mathematical and computational methods with experimental data to address questions in immunology, the ecology of host-pathogen interactions and the epidemiology of infectious disease. Our current interests include (i) modeling the dynamics of clearance of pathogen-infected cells by cytotoxic T lymphocytes (CTL), with the aim of establishing a quantitative framework to estimate the numbers of CTL required to provide sterilizing immunity in a given tissue. This work has applications to the early events in HIV infection; (ii) understanding how T cells integrate signals to determine the onset and extent of contraction following antigen-driven clonal responses; (iii) modeling mechanisms of thymocyte selection and naive T cell homeostasis; and (iv) modeling the decision-making underlying the generation of the transmission stage of the Malaria parasite in mammalian hosts.

 

Selected Publications

Asymmetric thymocyte death underlies the CD4:CD8 T cell ratio in the adaptive immune system
Charles Sinclair, Iren Bains, Andrew J. Yates*, Benedict Seddon* (joint senior auths)
Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA, 110(31):E2905-E2914 (2013)
[Article]
Models of self-peptide sampling identify candidate mechanisms of fate determination in thymocytes
Iren Bains, Hisse M. van Santen, Benedict Seddon, Andrew J. Yates
PLoS Computational Biology, 9(7):e1003102 (2013)
[Article]
Clonally diverse T cell homeostasis is maintained by a common programme of cell cycle control
Thea Hogan, Andrey Shuvaev, Daniel Commenges, Andrew J. Yates, Robin Callard, Rodolphe Thiebaut and Benedict Seddon
Journal of Immunology, 190(8):3985-93 (2013)
[Pubmed]
Heterogeneity in thymic emigrants: implications for thymectomy and immunosenescence
Iren Bains, Andrew J. Yates, Robin Callard
PLoS One, 8(2):e49554 (2013)
[Article]
Peripheral selection rather than thymic involution explains sudden contraction in naive CD4 T cell diversity with age
Philip L.F. Johnson, Andrew J. Yates, Jorg J. Goronzy, Rustom Antia
Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA, 109(52):21432-7 (2012)
[Pubmed]
Quantification of lymph node transit times reveals differences in antigen surveillance strategies of naive CD4+ and CD8+ T cells
Judith N. Mandl, Rachel Liou, Frederick Klauschen, Nienke Vrisekoop, João P. Monteiro, Andrew J. Yates, Alex Y. Huang, Ronald N. Germain
Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA, 109(44):18036-41 (2012)
[Article]
Plasticity in transmission strategies of the malaria parasite, Plasmodium chabaudi: environmental and genetic effects
Angus Cameron, Sarah E. Reece, Damien R. Drew, Daniel T. Haydon, Andrew J. Yates
Evolutionary Applications, 6(2):365-76 (2012)
[Article]
The race for the prize - T cell trafficking strategies for optimal surveillance
Minyi Lee, Judith N Mandl, Ronald N Germain, Andrew J. Yates
Blood, 120(7):1432-8 (2012)
[Article]
Virus replication strategies and the critical CTL numbers required for the control of infection
Andrew Yates, Minus van Baalen and Rustom Antia
PLoS Computational Biology, 7(11) e1002274 (2011)
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Contact

Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Michael F. Price Center
1301 Morris Park Avenue , Room 453B
Bronx, NY 10461

Tel: 718.678.1198
Fax: 718.678.1018
andrew.yates@einstein.yu.edu

 
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