Dr. Seshadri's research focuses on the human immune response to Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the bacteria responsible for tuberculosis.
Dr. Seshadri has active collaborations with investigators in the United States, France, Vietnam, South Africa, and Uganda.
Education & Training
MD, New Jersey Medical School, Newark NJ (2001)
Internship and Residency in Internal Medicine, Duke University Medical Center, Durham NC (2001-2004)
Clinical and Research Fellow in Infectious Diseases, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston MA (2005-2009)
The roIe of unconventional T cell populations in tuberculosis.
Seshadri C, Shenoy M, Wells RD, Hensley T, Nissen EA, McElrath MJ, Cheng TY, Moody DB, Hawn TR. Human CD1a-deficiency is Common and Genetically Regulated. Journal of Immunology. 2013 Aug 15;191(4):1586-93.
Seshadri C, Nguyen TTH, Yen NTB, Bang ND, Chau TTH, Thwaites GE, Dunstan SJ, Hawn TR. A Polymorphism in Human CD1A is Associated with Susceptibility to Tuberculosis. (Genes and Immunity, in press).