Kevan Herold, MD

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

Departments & Organizations

Immunobiology: Herold Lab | HTI

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

Clinical Investigation, Yale Center for (YCCI)

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

Office of Cooperative Research

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
Board Certification AB of Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine (1982)
Board Certification AB of Internal Medicine, Endocrinology & Metabolism (1985)

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