Kate Jeffrey

Epigenomic Immunologist

Kate Jeffrey is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, an Assistant in Immunology at Massachusetts General Hospital, Faculty of Harvard Immunology, Faculty of Harvard Virology, and an associate member of the Broad Institute of MIT & Harvard. Her research focuses on the epigenomic regulation of innate immunity in health and disease. Her work established inhibitors of epigenetic enzymes as anti-inflammatory agents and she recently was the first to describe a loss of an epigenetic enzyme in patients with inflammatory bowel disease. Kate is also co-founder of the New York Imagine Science Film Festival in New York and is a proud mother of two daughters.

Kate Jeffrey is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, an Assistant in Immunology at Massachusetts General Hospital, Faculty of Harvard Immunology, Faculty of Harvard Virology, and an associate member of the Broad Institute of MIT & Harvard. Her research focuses on the epigenomic regulation of innate immunity in health and disease. Her work established inhibitors of epigenetic enzymes as anti-inflammatory agents and she recently was the first to describe a loss of an epigenetic enzyme in patients with inflammatory bowel disease. Kate is also co-founder of the New York Imagine Science Film Festival in New York and is a proud mother of two daughters.

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