John C. Cambier
Professor
Department of Biomedical Research
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    Special Interests

    Research Interests

    Autoimmunity, immunodeficiency, allergy Transmembrane signal transduction in immune adaptation to environment queues and pathogens. Immunologic tolerance, regulation of the immune response and immunosenescence.

    Education

    Education
    University of Iowa, PhD
    University of Iowa, MS
    SW Missouri State, BS
    Fellowship
    University of Texas, Southwestern Health Sciences Center,

    Awards & Recognition

    Ida and Cecil Green Chair

    ISI Most Highly Cited

    Editorial Boards: Immunity, Immunology, Immunologic Reviews, J. Clinical Immunology, BMC Immunology, Current Opinion in Immunology

    Professional Memberships

    American Association of Immunology

    Publications

    Decote-Ricardo D, Chagas KKF, Rocha JDB, Lima MEF, Redner P, Lopes UG, Cambier JC, Arruda-Hinds, L, Pecanha LMT. 2009. Modulation of in vitro murine B-lymphocyte response by curcumin and its synthetic analogues. Phytomedicine Oct; 16(10):982-8. PMID: 19303754

    O’Neill S, Veselits M, Zhang M, Labno C, Cao Y, Finnegan A, Uccellini M, Alegre M, Cambier JC, Clark M. 2009. Endocytic sequestration of the B Cell Antigen Receptor and Toll-like Receptor 9 in Anergic Cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci U.S.A Apr 14;106(15):6262-7. PMID: 19332776

    Jackson L, Cady CT , Cambier JC. 2009. TLR4-mediated signaling induces MMP9-dependent cleavage of B cell surface CD23. J Immunol Aug 15; 183(4):2585-92. PMID: 19635918

    Getahun A, O’Neill SK, Cambier JC. 2009. Establishing anergy as a bona fide in vivo mechanism of B cell tolerance. J Immunol. Nov 1;183(9):5439-41. PMID: 19843930

    Cady CT, Powell MS, Harbeck RJ, Giclas PC, Murphy JR, Katial RK, Weber RW, Hogarth PM, Johnson S, Bonvini E, Koenig S, Cambier JC. 2009. IgG antibodies produced during subcutaneous allergen immunotherapy mediate inhibition of basophil activation via a mechanism involving both Fc(gamma)RIIA and Fc(gamma)RIIB. Immunol Lett. Dec 14. PMID: 20004689

    Academic Affiliations

    Professor and Chair, Department of Immunology and Microbiology, University of Colorado School of Medicine

    Teaching & Professional Positions

    No current positions.

     

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    Contact Information

    • Office: 303.398.1325
    • Fax: 303.270.2325
    • Email: cambierj@njhealth.org

     

    Locations

    • National Jewish Health Main Campus
      1400 Jackson St.
      Denver, CO 80206

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