Charles Reid Edwards, MD Professorship in Surgery
Wednesday, March 9, 2022 at 4:30 pm
About Dr. Bromberg
Dr. Bromberg has been involved in basic cellular and molecular transplant immunology for over twenty-five years. He has been continuously funded throughout that time. His basic research has always focused on T cell immunobiology. For the last fifteen years, Dr. Bromberg has also concentrated on migration, trafficking, secondary lymphoid organ structure and function, lymphatic structure and function, and how these processes and structures influence T cell immunity and T cell tolerance in models of cardiac transplantation and pancreatic islet transplantation.
In addition to his research, Dr. Bromberg has maintained an active clinical practice in solid organ transplantation. Caring for patients has kept him consistently exposed to patients' problems and immune systems, including cellular and humoral rejection, opportunistic infections, chronic viral disease, autoimmune organ failure, and immunosuppression medication side effects.