Dr. Rahul S. Shinde received his Ph.D. in Immunology from Augusta University, GA, USA. Before joining the Wistar Institute he was a post-doctoral fellow at Princess Margaret Cancer Center, Toronto, Canada in a Tumor Immunotherapy program. His research is focused on innate immune regulation and gut-microbiome crosstalk in cancer settings. Dr. Shinde has contributed significantly and published high impact papers demonstrating cellular stress signals and DNA-sensing pathways play a key role in macrophage responses during autoimmunity and cancer. He has been invited to present numerous talks and has received several award recognitions at national and international conference meetings.
Research Intersts of Dr. Rahul S. Shinde are Immune metabolism, Macrophage function, Immunotherapy, Innate immunity, Pancreatic cancer and therapy resistance.