Pardis Christine Sabeti
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Pardis Christine Sabeti

Professor of Immunology and Infectious Diseases

Immunology and Infectious Diseases

pardis@broadinstitute.org


Overview

Dr. Sabeti's lab focuses on developing new analytical and genomic methods to study evolutionary adaptation and genetic diversity in humans and pathogens, with three current research foci: (1) Identifying and characterizing the underlying adaptive changes that have shaped the human species over time; and (2) Investigating genetic diversity in pathogens such as Lassa virus, Ebola virus, Zika virus, and Babesia microti, towards improved diagnostics, surveillance, and interventions, and (3) Developing novels tools to detect and diagnose microbes causing human morbidity and mortality.


Bibliography

A single-cell and spatial atlas of autopsy tissues reveals pathology and cellular targets of SARS-CoV-2.

Delorey TM, Ziegler CGK, Heimberg G, Normand R, Yang Y, Segerstolpe A, Abbondanza D, Fleming SJ, Subramanian A, Montoro DT, Jagadeesh KA, Dey KK, Sen P, Slyper M, Pita-Juárez YH, Phillips D, Bloom-Ackerman Z, Barkas N, Ganna A, Gomez J, Normandin E, Naderi P, Popov YV, Raju SS, Niezen S, Tsai LT, Siddle KJ, Sud M, Tran VM, Vellarikkal SK, Amir-Zilberstein L, Atri DS, Beechem J, Brook OR, Chen J, Divakar P, Dorceus P, Engreitz JM, Essene A, Fitzgerald DM, Fropf R, Gazal S, Gould J, Grzyb J, Harvey T, Hecht J, Hether T, Jane-Valbuena J, Leney-Greene M, Ma H, McCabe C, McLoughlin DE, Miller EM, Muus C, Niemi M, Padera R, Pan L, Pant D, Pe'er C, Pfiffner-Borges J, Pinto CJ, Plaisted J, Reeves J, Ross M, Rudy M, Rueckert EH, Siciliano M, Sturm A, Todres E, Waghray A, Warren S, Zhang S, Zollinger DR, Cosimi L, Gupta RM, Hacohen N, Hide W, Price AL, Rajagopal J, Tata PR, Riedel S, Szabo G, Tickle TL, Hung D, Sabeti PC, Novak R, Rogers R, Ingber DE, Gordon Jiang Z, Juric D, Babadi M, Farhi SL, Stone JR, Vlachos IS, Solomon IH, Ashenberg O, Porter CBM, Li B, Shalek AK, Villani AC, Rozenblatt-Rosen O, Regev A.

bioRxiv. 2021 Feb 25. PMID: 33655247

Discrete SARS-CoV-2 antibody titers track with functional humoral stability.

Bartsch YC, Fischinger S, Siddiqui SM, Chen Z, Yu J, Gebre M, Atyeo C, Gorman MJ, Zhu AL, Kang J, Burke JS, Slein M, Gluck MJ, Beger S, Hu Y, Rhee J, Petersen E, Mormann B, Aubin MS, Hasdianda MA, Jambaulikar G, Boyer EW, Sabeti PC, Barouch DH, Julg BD, Musk ER, Menon AS, Lauffenburger DA, Nilles EJ, Alter G.

Nat Commun. 2021 02 15. 12(1):1018. PMID: 33589636

Phylogenetic analysis of SARS-CoV-2 in Boston highlights the impact of superspreading events.

Lemieux JE, Siddle KJ, Shaw BM, Loreth C, Schaffner SF, Gladden-Young A, Adams G, Fink T, Tomkins-Tinch CH, Krasilnikova LA, DeRuff KC, Rudy M, Bauer MR, Lagerborg KA, Normandin E, Chapman SB, Reilly SK, Anahtar MN, Lin AE, Carter A, Myhrvold C, Kemball ME, Chaluvadi S, Cusick C, Flowers K, Neumann A, Cerrato F, Farhat M, Slater D, Harris JB, Branda JA, Hooper D, Gaeta JM, Baggett TP, O'Connell J, Gnirke A, Lieberman TD, Philippakis A, Burns M, Brown CM, Luban J, Ryan ET, Turbett SE, LaRocque RC, Hanage WP, Gallagher GR, Madoff LC, Smole S, Pierce VM, Rosenberg E, Sabeti PC, Park DJ, MacInnis BL.

Science. 2021 02 05. 371(6529). PMID: 33303686


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