Louise Ince

Neuroimmunology around the clock

Neuroscience - Immunology - Chronobiology

By studying the changes to rhythmic immune function in aging, I aim to identify novel therapeutic targets to help people live better, longer.


Current Research

I study how circadian rhythms regulate the neuroimmune response, from the molecular to behavioral level.

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Previous Research

My previous work identified rhythms in adaptive and innate immune responses, including immune cell migration, inflammatory cytokine production, and vaccination responses.

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I am currently a Research Scientist in the Fonken lab, where I mentor 2 undergraduate students.

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