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Sing Sing Way, MD

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2005  Child Health and Research Center Scholar, University of Washington

2006  Infectious Disease Society of America, Wyeth Young Investigator Award

2007  Basil O’Connor Award, March of Dimes Foundation

Way, S.S., Kollman, T.R., Hajjar, A.M., Wilson, C.B. (2003) Cutting Edge: Protective
cell-mediated immunity to Listeria monocytogenes in the absence of Myeloid
differentiation factor 88.  J Immunol 171: 533-537.

Way, S.S., Thompson, L.J., Lopes, J.E., Hajjar, A.M., Kollman, T.R., Freitag, N.E.,
Wilson, C.B. (2004)  Characterization of flagellin expression and its role in Listeria
monocytogenes infection and immunity.  Cell Microbiol 6: 235-242.

Kollmann TR, Way SS, Hajjar AM, Harowicz H, Wilson CB.  (2004) Deficient MHC class
I crosspresentation of soluble ovalbumin, but normal presentation of ovalbumin peptide
by neonatal dentritic cells.  Blood 103: 4240-4242.

Darveau, R.P., Pham, T.T., Lemley, L., Reife, R.A., Bainbridge, B.W., Coats, S.R., Way,
S.S., Hajjar, A.M.  (2004)  Porphyromonas gingivalis lipopolysaccharide preparations
contain multiple lipid A species and functionally interact with multiple Toll-like receptors.
Infect Immun 72: 5041-5051.

Way SS, Wilson CB. (2004) Cutting Edge: Immunity and IFN- production during Listeria
monocytogenes infection in the absence of T-bet. J Immunol 173: 5918-5922.

Way, SS, Wilson, CB (2005)  The Mycobacterium tuberculosis ESAT-6 homologue in
Listeria monocytogenes is dispensable for growth in vitro and in vivo.  Infect Immun 73:
6151-6153.

Kollmann, T.R, Reikie B., Blimkie D, Way, S.S., Hajjar, A.M., Arispe, K., Wilson, C.B.
(2007) Induction of Protective immunity to Listeria monocytogenes in neonates.  J
Immunol 178: 3695-3701. 

Way, S.S., Kolumam, G.A., Havenar-Daughton, C., Murali-Krishna, K., (2007) IL-12 and
type I-IFN synergize for IFN-g production by CD4 T cells, while neither are required for
IFN- production by CD8 T cells after Listeria monocytogenes infection.  J Immunol 178:
4498-4505.

Orr, M.T., Orgun, N.N., Wilson, C.B., Way, S.S. (2007) Cutting Edge: Recombinant
Listeria monocytogenes expressing a single immune-dominant peptide confers
protective immunity to herpes simplex virus-1 infection.  J Immunol 178: 4731-4735.

Way, S.S., Sidbury, R., Crane H.  (2007) Chromobacterium violaceum causing sepsis
and focal ulceration in a healthy child.  (Infectious Disease Clinical Practice, in press).

 
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