Gabriela Fragiadakis, PhD

Assistant Professor

Publications
  1. Landscape of coordinated immune responses to H1N1 challenge in humans.
  2. Long-term dietary intervention reveals resilience of the gut microbiota despite changes in diet and weight.
  3. FLOW-MAP: a graph-based, force-directed layout algorithm for trajectory mapping in single-cell time course datasets.
  4. Sex Differences in the Blood Transcriptome Identify Robust Changes in Immune Cell Proportions with Aging and Influenza Infection.
  5. Pursuing Human-Relevant Gut Microbiota-Immune Interactions.
  6. GateFinder: projection-based gating strategy optimization for flow and mass cytometry.
  7. Gut microbiome transition across a lifestyle gradient in Himalaya.
  8. Links between environment, diet, and the hunter-gatherer microbiome.
  9. Multicenter Systems Analysis of Human Blood Reveals Immature Neutrophils in Males and During Pregnancy.
  10. Expression of specific inflammasome gene modules stratifies older individuals into two extreme clinical and immunological states.
  11. Mapping the Fetomaternal Peripheral Immune System at Term Pregnancy.
  12. Biosynthesis and Regulation of Sulfomenaquinone, a Metabolite Associated with Virulence in Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
  13. In Reply.
  14. Patient-specific Immune States before Surgery Are Strong Correlates of Surgical Recovery.
  15. The effect of microbial colonization on the host proteome varies by gastrointestinal location.
  16. Implementing Mass Cytometry at the Bedside to Study the Immunological Basis of Human Diseases: Distinctive Immune Features in Patients with a History of Term or Preterm Birth.
  17. IMMUNOLOGY. An interactive reference framework for modeling a dynamic immune system.
  18. Transient partial permeabilization with saponin enables cellular barcoding prior to surface marker staining.
  19. Clinical recovery from surgery correlates with single-cell immune signatures.