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Hire Dr. Jeremy K.
United States
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Immunologist with 10 years experience in experimental design, technical execution and scientific communication.

Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Writing Technical Writing, Newswriting
Research Fact Checking, Gray Literature Search, Systematic Literature Review, Secondary Data Collection
Work Experience

Research Fellow

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

November 2016 - Present

Graduate Student

University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

July 2012 - October 2016

Graduate Assistant

Ball State University

August 2010 - May 2012

West Nile Virus Field Technician

Indiana State Department of Health

July 2011 - October 2011


PhD Immunology (College of Medicine)

University of Cincinnati

July 2012 - October 2016

M.S. Biology (Biology)

Ball State University

August 2010 - May 2012

B.S. Biology (Microbiology) (Biology)

Ball State University

August 2007 - May 2010

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Shao, T.-Y., Ang, W.X.G., Jiang, T.T., Huang, F.S., Andersen, H., Kinder, J.M., Pham, G., Burg, A.R., Ruff, B., Gonzalez, T., et al.(2019). Commensal Candida albicans Positively Calibrates Systemic Th17 Immunological Responses . Cell Host and Microbe. 25. (3). p. 404-417.e6.
Lange, S.M., McKell, M.C., Schmidt, S.M., Hossfeld, A.P., Chaturvedi, V., Kinder, J.M., McAlees, J.W., Lewkowich, I.P., Way, S.S., Turner, J., et al.(2017). l-Citrulline metabolism in mice Augments CD4 <sup>+</sup> T cell proliferation and cytokine production in Vitro, and accumulation in the Mycobacteria-infected lung . Frontiers in Immunology. 8. (NOV).
Turner, L.H., Kinder, J.M., Wilburn, A., D’Mello, R.J., Braunlin, M.R., Jiang, T.T., Pham, G., Way, S.S.(2017). Preconceptual Zika virus asymptomatic infection protects against secondary prenatal infection . PLoS Pathogens. 13. (11).
Kinder, J.M., Stelzer, I.A., Arck, P.C., Way, S.S.(2017). Reply: Breastfeeding-related maternal microchimerism . Nature Reviews Immunology. 17. (11). p. 730.
Kinder, J.M., Stelzer, I.A., Arck, P.C., Way, S.S.(2017). Immunological implications of pregnancy-induced microchimerism . Nature Reviews Immunology. 17. (8). p. 483-494.
Jiang, T.T., Shao, T.-Y., Ang, W.X.G., Kinder, J.M., Turner, L.H., Pham, G., Whitt, J., Alenghat, T., Way, S.S.(2017). Commensal Fungi Recapitulate the Protective Benefits of Intestinal Bacteria . Cell Host and Microbe. 22. (6). p. 809-816.e4.
Kinder, J.M., Jiang, T.T., Way, S.S.(2016). Offspring's Tolerance of Mother Goes Viral . Immunity. 44. (5). p. 1085-1087.
Jiang, T.T., Martinov, T., Xin, L., Kinder, J.M., Spanier, J.A., Fife, B.T., Way, S.S.(2016). Programmed Death-1 Culls Peripheral Accumulation of High-Affinity Autoreactive CD4 T Cells to Protect against Autoimmunity . Cell Reports. 17. (7). p. 1783-1794.
Jiang, T.T., Chaturvedi, V., Ertelt, J.M., Xin, L., Clark, D.R., Kinder, J.M., Way, S.S.(2015). Commensal enteric bacteria lipopolysaccharide impairs host defense against disseminated Candida albicans fungal infection . Mucosal Immunology. 8. (4). p. 886-895.
Kinder, J.M., Jiang, T.T., Ertelt, J.M., Xin, L., Strong, B.S., Shaaban, A.F., Way, S.S.(2015). Tolerance to noninherited maternal antigens, reproductive microchimerism and regulatory T cell memory: 60 years after ‘Evidence for actively acquired tolerance to Rh antigens’ . Chimerism. 6. (1-2). p. 8-20.
Chaturvedi, V., Ertelt, J.M., Jiang, T.T., Kinder, J.M., Xin, L., Owens, K.J., Jones, H.N., Way, S.S.(2015). CXCR3 blockade protects against Listeria monocytogenes infection-induced fetal wastage . Journal of Clinical Investigation. 125. (4). p. 1713-1725.
Kinder, J.M., Jiang, T.T., Ertelt, J.M., Xin, L., Strong, B.S., Shaaban, A.F., Way, S.S.(2015). Cross-Generational Reproductive Fitness Enforced by Microchimeric Maternal Cells . Cell. 162. (3). p. 505-515.
Xin, L., Jiang, T.T., Chaturvedi, V., Kinder, J.M., Ertelt, J.M., Rowe, J.H., Steinbrecher, K.A., Way, S.S.(2014). Commensal microbes drive intestinal inflammation by IL-17-producing CD4<sup>+</sup> T cells through ICOSL and OX40L costimulation in the absence of B7-1 and B7-2 . Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111. (29). p. 10672-10677.
Xin, L., Ertelt, J.M., Rowe, J.H., Jiang, T.T., Kinder, J.M., Chaturvedi, V., Elahi, S., Way, S.S.(2014). Cutting edge: Committed Th1 CD4+ T cell differentiation blocks pregnancy-induced Foxp3 expression with antigen-specific fetal loss . Journal of Immunology. 192. (7). p. 2970-2974.
Kinder, J.M., Jiang, T.T., Clark, D.R., Chaturvedi, V., Xin, L., Ertelt, J.M., Way, S.S.(2014). Pregnancy-induced maternal regulatory T cells, bona fide memory or maintenance by antigenic reminder from fetal cell microchimerism? . Chimerism. 5. (1). p. 16-19.
Jiang, T.T., Chaturvedi, V., Ertelt, J.M., Kinder, J.M., Clark, D.R., Valent, A.M., Xin, L., Way, S.S.(2014). Regulatory T cells: New keys for further unlocking the enigma of fetal tolerance and pregnancy complications . Journal of Immunology. 192. (11). p. 4949-4956.
Kinder, J.M., Then, J.E., Hansel, P.M., Molinero, L.L., Bruns, H.A.(2014). Long-term repeated daily use of intragastric gavage hinders induction of oral tolerance to ovalbumin in mice . Comparative Medicine. 64. (5). p. 369-376.
Clark, D.R., Chaturvedi, V., Kinder, J.M., Jiang, T.T., Xin, L., Ertelt, J.M., Way, S.S.(2014). Perinatal Listeria monocytogenes susceptibility despite preconceptual priming and maintenance of pathogen-specific CD8 + T cells during pregnancy . Cellular and Molecular Immunology. 11. (6). p. 595-605.
Elahi, S., Ertelt, J.M., Kinder, J.M., Jiang, T.T., Zhang, X., Xin, L., Chaturvedi, V., Strong, B.S., Qualls, J.E., Steinbrecher, K.A., et al.(2013). Immunosuppressive CD71 + erythroid cells compromise neonatal host defence against infection . Nature. 504. (7478). p. 158-162.
Lambert, S.E., Kinder, J.M., Then, J.E., Parliament, K.N., Bruns, H.A.(2012). Erythromycin treatment hinders the induction of oral tolerance to fed ovalbumin . Frontiers in Immunology. 3. (JUL).