Michael Lutchnekov

      Jewel Voyer

      Jewel is a summer research intern visiting from University of Rhode Island.  Jewel is a member of the Harvard SHURP program and working with Eric and Eshaani to study the the ferroptosis pathway in EBV-transformed cells .

          Brunno Caetano

          Brunno Caetano is pursuing his graduate studies with Deilson Elgui de Oliveira in Brazil, and is spending one year in the Gewurz lab for collaborative studies of EBV/host interactions in B-cell lytic replication

              Yuchen Zhang

              Yuchen is purusing her graduate studies, with a focus on how host histone chaperones regulate EBV latency in EBV-transformed B-cells. Check out her preprint on BioRxiv!

                  Jin Hua Liang

                  Jin Hua is pursuing graduate research in the Gewurz lab. Jin Hua’s research focuses on the regulation of nucleotide metabolism and NF-kB in EBV-transformed B-cells.

                      Merrin Leong, PhD

                      Merrin Leong did his doctoral research at Hong Kong University in the laboratory of Maria Lung, where he studied Epstein-Barr virus infection roles in regulation of host histone modifications.  Merring identified that EBV infections induces histone bivalent switches in squameous epithelial cells, and found roles for these epigenetic modifiations in suppression of DNA damage repair genes in a methylation-independent manner.

                          Kaoru Takasaki

                          Current Position: Fellow in Pediatric Oncology, CHOP, University of Pennsylvania

                              Hannah Greenfeld

                              Current Position: Graduate student, Mullins Laboratory, Department of Cell & Molecular Biology, University of Pennsylvania

                                  Sarah Mollo, Ph.D.

                                      Michael Walsh

                                      Current Position:  Graduate student, Harvard Virology Program, Harvard Medical School