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Michele M. Kosiewicz

University of Louisville Research Foundation , KY

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LRI Grant Recipients by State | Lupus Research Institute

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Michele M. Kosiewicz, PhD
University of Louisville Research Foundation, KY


Kosiewicz | Lupus Research Institute

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Michele M. Kosiewicz, PhD
University of Louisville Research Foundation, KY Dr. Kosiewicz has made breakthroughs in this area, finding that in female mice with lupus, the number (and function) of a type of white blood cell that prevents autoimmune disease-regulatory T cells-is significantly lower than in male mice with lupus. Female mice given male sex steroids (androgens) actually experience an increase in the level and function of these T cells-and protection against the disease. By clarifying the role of regulatory T cells in preventing lupus and the mechanisms by which androgens enhance their action, Dr. Kosiewicz aims to unveil new treatment strategies.


Lupus Research Institute

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Michele M. Kosiewicz, PhDUniversity of Louisville Research Foundation, Kentucky


Lupus Research Institute

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Michele M. Kosiewicz, PhDUniversity of Louisville Research Foundation, KentuckyDr. Kosiewicz has found that in female mice with lupus, the number (and function) of a type of white blood cell (lymphocyte) that prevents autoimmune disease,regulatory T cells,is significantly lower than in male mice with lupus.And female mice given male sex steroids (androgens) actually experience an increase in the level and function of these T cells,and protection against the disease.By clarifying the role of regulatory T cells in preventing lupus and the mechanisms by which androgens enhance their action, Dr. Kosiewicz aims to unveil strategies for targeting them and thereby preventing lupus.


LRI Research Discovering How Your Gut is Linked to Lupus and Autoimmune Disease | Lupus Research Institute

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Dr. Michele Kosiewicz, of University of Louisville is exploring whether the gut may explain why more women than men are affected by lupus and, if so, whether this insight can inform new therapies.
Dr. Kosiewicz believes that gender, by way of sex hormones, affects the type of lupus-prone bacteria in the gut.


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