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Dritan Agalliu, PhD

NIH Awards Grant for new study: Elucidating the role of RXRA in the myeloid lineage in post-infectious basal ganglia encephalitis

Dritan Agalliu, PhD
Dritan Agalliu, PhD Associate Professor of Pathology and Cell Biology (in Neurology), Columbia University Irving Medical Center

Group A Streptococcus intranasal infection promotes CNS infiltration by streptococcal-specific Th17 cells
Thamotharampillai Dileepan1, Erica D. Smith2, Daniel Knowland2, Martin Hsu2, Maryann Platt3, Peter Bittner-Eddy1, Brenda Cohen1, Peter Southern1, Elizabeth Latimer4, Earl Harley5, Dritan Agalliu2,3, and P. Patrick Cleary1
Published December 14, 2015. J Clin Invest. 2015. doi:10.1172/JCI80792.

Th17 lymphocytes drive vascular and neuronal deficits in a mouse model of postinfectious autoimmune encephalitis
Maryann P. Platt, Kevin A. Bolding, Charlotte R. Wayne, Sarah Chaudhry, Tyler Cutforth, Kevin M. Franks, Dritan Agalliu
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Mar 2020, 117 (12) 6708-6716; DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1911097117

The Role of Adaptive Immunity and Genetic Risk Factors in Vascular and Neuronal Dysfunction in Post-Infectious Autoimmune Encephalitis

Presented by Dritan Agalliu, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Departments of Neurology, Pathology and Cell Biology, Columbia University Irving Medical Center

Post Webinar Q & A

Dritan Agalliu, Ph.D. responds to questions asked during the CME webinar, The Role of Adaptive Immunity and Genetic Risk Factors in Vascular and Neuronal Dysfunction in Post-Infectious Autoimmune Encephalitis. Copying and screen captures of the video and/or materials included are prohibited.

Author’s Take Video: Linking intranasal group A Streptococcus infection to CNS complications
Drs. Pat Cleary and Dritan Agalliu
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Video: “Group A Streptococcus intranasal infection promotes CNS infiltration by streptococcal-specific Th17 cells”.
Drs. Pat Cleary and Dritan Agalliu
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