Tiziana Corsello-Gorgun, PhD

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Dr. Corsello Gorgun is an Assistant Instructor in the Department of Pediatrics, Division of Clinic and Experimental Immunology and Infectious Disease. She received her PhD degrees from two different institutions: The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston in Neuroscience, and The University of Palermo in Molecular and Experimental Medicine. Dr. Corsello Gorgun continued her education as an NIEHS T32 postdoctoral trainee in the Environmental Toxicology Training Program and a Jeane B. Kempner Scholar at UTMB. Her research interests focus on the viral-, environmental- and host-specific mechanisms that contribute to the pathogenesis of respiratory viral infections in children. The ultimate goals of her research are to develop translational approaches of environmental exposure detection (biomarkers of exposure) and therapeutic strategies against viral infection airway mediated disease.

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