Peter T. Sage, PhD is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and an Associate Immunologist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Dr. Sage is also a member of the Committee on Immunology (COI) at Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Sage obtained his PhD in Immunology from Harvard Medical School in 2013, during which he received the Jeffrey Modell Prize. He completed a post-doctoral fellowship in the laboratory of Dr. Arlene Sharpe in the Department of Immunology at Harvard Medical School in 2017.
Dr. Sage started his independent laboratory in 2017 at the Transplant Research Center in the Renal Division of Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Dr. Sage’s laboratory focuses on studying how the immune system controls antibody responses in settings of health and disease. The Sage Laboratory is interested in understanding how follicular T cell subsets such as Tfh and Tfr cells regulate B cell responses. By understanding how the immune system controls antibody responses, new therapeutics can be developed to enhance vaccine responses, limit autoimmune disease progression, control antibody mediated rejection during solid organ transplantation, and limit allergic inflammation.
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