Catarina Sacristán is the Editor-in-Chief of Trends in Immunology at Cell Press. She obtained her PhD in Immunology from Tufts University, studying B cell gene expression (lab of Ananda Roy). She conducted postdoctoral research in T cell gene expression and signaling at the UNAM Mexico (lab of Yvonne Rosenstein), and then at NYU (lab of Michael Dustin, in collaboration with Rafi Ahmed at Emory U.), studying T cell differentiation and exhaustion, gene expression, signaling, and imaging in the immune system during chronic viral infections. She has also collaborated with Jane Skok, Jerry Boss, Dorian McGavern, and Bruce Blazar. Catarina was a research associate at the biomedical engineering firm Innovamedica in Mexico, working on cardiovascular and immunological research. She was a scientific editor at the Journal of Experimental Medicine. Joining Cell Press, she was Editor-in-Chief of Trends in Molecular Medicine from 2015-2018; and from Jan-Jul 2018, Acting Editor-in-Chief of The Lancet Haematology. Catarina has also been a consulting editor for Trends in Biochemical Sciences and Immunity, as well as a guest editor at Cell.
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