Paul J Bryce, PhD
Focus of Work
We are interested in understanding this from the point of view of the immune system and have several projects that focus on the mast cell.
A mast cell releasing its granules
This tissue-resident cell is best...[Read full text]My laboratory is interested in understanding the mechanisms behind allergic diseases... <br><br>Why do they develop? <br>What controls them? <br>How can we stop them?<br>
We are interested in understanding this from the point of view of the immune system and have several projects that focus on the mast cell. <br> <img src="http://brycelab.com/Science_files/Mast%20Cells.jpg" alt="a mast cell releasing its granules"><br>A mast cell releasing its granules <br><br>This tissue-resident cell is best known for being able to release histamine but we believe it plays a much more complex role than just this final part in an allergic reaction. We employ both preclinical studies and clinical work in our studies.
One of our main goals is to better understand food allergy and we use animal models of anaphylaxis, as well as clinical studies on patient biopsy material to explore this.
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Education and Certification
- PhD: University of Manchester, Immunology (1998)
McGaw Pavilion Suite M-316
240 E Huron
Chicago IL 60611
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