Kevan Herold, MD

Professor of Immunobiology and of Medicine (Endocrinology); Deputy Director for Translational Science, Yale Center for Clinical Research; Director, Yale Diabetes Center

Departments & Organizations

Immunobiology: Herold Lab | HTI

Internal Medicine: Diabetes Research Center | Endocrinology: Diabetes Center; Fellowship Training

NIH T32 Program

Office of Student Research

Stem Cell Center, Yale: Transcriptional Regulation of Stem and Progenitor Cells

Yale Combined Program in the Biological and Biomedical Sciences (BBS): Immunology: Consequences of an Immune Response; Regulating the Immune Response

Yale Medical Group

Biography

My background and research are in translational immunology. I am interested in understanding the basis for autoimmune diseases and developing new therapies based on our understanding of disease mechanisms. My focus has largely been in the field of autoimmune Type 1 diabetes. The work encompasses basic laboratory work understanding the regulation of autoreactive T cells to clinical trials that involve novel therapeutics. As part of these studies I have also been very interested in analysis of beta cell function in Type 1 diabetes.

Education & Training

MD Jefferson Medical College (1979)
BS Pennsylvania State University (1977)
Resident Temple University Hospital
Fellow University of Chicago

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