Sapna is an expert in using intravital multiphoton microscopy to image different organs such as the kidney, bone marrow, lung, muscle and lymph node. During her PhD, she studied how white blood cells migrated and affected kidney diseases, which was published in Nature Medicine. During her postdoctoral training, Sapna examined the regulation of cell migration in the bone marrow using several other methods in combination with live animal imaging. These findings were published in Journal of Experimental Medicine. She is currently researching the mechanisms of lymphocyte migration in tissues, including studying the effects of neurotransmitters.
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Current Research Focus
Neural regulation of lymphocyte migration
Field of Research Description 110704 Cellular Immunology
- Flow cytometry
- Intravital microscopy
- Whole organ imaging
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