Martin S Kluger PhD

Research Scientist in Immunobiology

Biographical Info

With more than sixteen years research experience at Yale including as a director of the Endothelial Cell Culture Core of the Yale Skin Disease Research Center, Martin Scott Kluger, Ph.D. is acknowledged as a vascular biologist with considerable expertise in the field of microvascular endothelial cells. He has reviewed and edited many articles on vascular biology of the skin as member of the editorial board at the Journal of Investigative Dermatology (ranked number one for dermatology). At the annual meeting for the Society for Investigative Dermatology, he has led symposia on Angiogenesis and Vascular Biology. Early academic training included Fine Arts (Juilliard), Liberal Arts (Yale College) and Biochemistry (University of Connecticut at Storrs). Dr. Kluger joined the Yale School of Medicine faculty in 1998 after completing a NIH-funded post-doctoral fellowship in the laboratory of Dr. Jordan S. Pober (Yale Department of Immunobiology) that included training in vascular biology, immunobiology and dermatology. He was elected to the Yale Program in Vascular Biology and Therapeutics in 2004 and co-ordinates their Research-in-Progress meetings for graduate student/post-doctoral trainees.


Education & Training

Ph.D.
University of Connecticut (1994)
N.I.H Postdoctoral Fellow
Yale University School of Medicine, Dermatology  (1994 - 1998)
Postdoctoral Fellow
Yale University School of Medicine, Vascular Biology/Immunobiology  (1994 - 1998)

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