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Postdoctoral Research Assistant
I am interested in understanding both innate and adaptive immunity involved in endometriosis in order to identify novel therapeutic targets. My research areas include immunology, cell biology, biochemistry and proteomics.
My initial experiences started in China where my research focused on transcription regulatory mechanism of M. tuberculosis. I completed my Ph.D at MRC Protein Phosphorylation and Ubiquitylation Unit, University of Dundee, where I studied signalling events associated with macrophage function and phagosome biogenesis.
Mass cytometry analysis reveals a distinct immune environment in peritoneal fluid in endometriosis: a characterisation study
GUO M. et al, (2019), Bmc medicine
Guo M. et al, (2019), Embo j, 38
Quantitative Characterization by Mass Cytometry Reveals a Complex Immune Environment and Activation Pattern in the Peritoneal Fluid of Endometriosis Patients
Guo M. et al, (2018), Reproductive sciences, 25, 147A - 147A
TGM2 Is Highly Expressed and Active in Endometriosis Where It Mediates Pro-Fibrotic and Pro-Inflammatory Effects.
Estrada FM. et al, (2018), Reproductive sciences, 24, 141A - 142A
The Medium-Chain Free Fatty Acid Receptor GPR84 in Endometriosis Associated Pain.
Sacher F. et al, (2018), Reproductive sciences, 25, 290A - 290A