Current Lab Members - Post-Doctoral Fellows

  • Yongzhi Chen PhD

    Yongzhi Chen PhD

    Programs: Post Doctoral Fellow

    Youngzhi received his PhD from the Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He is a lab member since 2015 and is working on a novel regulator of cytokine gene transcription. 

  • Juliet Crabtree

    Juliet Crabtree

    Programs: Post Doctoral Fellow

    Juliet received her PhD in 2016 from the University of Minnesota. She is a lab member since 2017. Her work focuses on the the role of lncRNAs in innate immune training during malaria infection.

  • Liraz Galia, Ph.D.

    Liraz Galia, Ph.D.

    Programs: Post Doctoral Fellow

    Liraz joined the lab in September 2017. She did her Ph.D. at the Feinberg Graduate School, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel working on innate immunity. She is the recipient of an EMBO Post-Doctoral Fellowship and is working on the role of lncRNAs in intestinal inflammation. 

  • Fiachra Humphries

    Fiachra Humphries

    Programs: Post Doctoral Fellow

    Fiachra received his PhD from the National University of Ireland, Maynooth working on innate immunity with Paul Moynagh. He joined the Fitzgerald lab in January 2018 to work on inflmamasomes and nucleic acid sensing pathways.

  • Zhaozhao Jiang, Ph.D.

    Zhaozhao Jiang, Ph.D.

    Academic Role: Lab Manager

    Programs: Post Doctoral Fellow

    Zhaozhao received her PhD in 2010 from the University of Massachusetts Medical School. She is a lab member since 2006. Her work is focused on DNA sensing pathways in innate immunity. 

  • Natalia Ketalut

    Natalia Ketalut

    Programs: Post Doctoral Fellow

    Natalia received her PhD in 2017 from University of Sao Paulo, Brazil. She joined the lab in May 2018 to work on inflammasome regulation.

  • Gaia Trincucci

    Gaia Trincucci

    Programs: Post Doctoral Fellow

    Gaia received her PhD form the University of Basel, Switzerland. She joined the lab in 2016 and her work is focused on the study of novel host factors restricting or promoting viral replication.