Philip J. Kranzusch, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Microbiology

Department of Cancer Immunology & Virology
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Department of Microbiology
Harvard Medical School
philip_kranzusch [at]
CV (Link)
Postdocs and students interested in joining our team
please see below

Hsiao-Yun Chen

Postdoctoral Fellow (Joint w/Lee Lab)
hsiaoy_chen [at]

Brianna Lowey

Herchel Smith Graduate Research Fellow
briannalowey [at]

Kailey Slavik

Graduate Student
kslavik [at]

James Eaglesham

Graduate Student
eaglesham [at]

Kacie McCarty

Research Technician
kacie_mccarty [at]

Aaron Whiteley

JCC Postdoc Fellow (Joint w/Mekalanos Lab)
aaron_whiteley [at]

Apurva Govande

NSF Graduate Research Fellow
govande_a [at]

Ben Morehouse

Ruth L. Kirschstein NRSA Postdoctoral Fellow
benjamin_morehouse [at]

Wen Zhou

Benacerraf Postdoctoral Fellow
wen_zhou [at]

Current Graduate Rotation Students

Lauren Davancaze (BBS).

The Kranzusch Lab is actively seeking researchers with excitement for biochemistry and immunology.

• Students should apply to the graduate programs at Harvard Medical School. Current graduate students please contact directly about a rotation.
• Prospective postdocs with a strong record of publication and training in biochemistry, immunology, or virology please e-mail:
CV, coverletter explaining your interest in our research, and contact information for three references.

Advantages to joining our newly established lab:

• Exciting new area of immunology to explore with many open questions
• Opportunity to work as an essential member of a close team
• PI is readily accessible and projects have a strong foundation with preliminary data
• Wide access to resources and collaborative community at Harvard Medical School

Lab Photos:

Kranzusch Lab Alumni

Carina de Oliveira Mann (2016 – 2019)
Eric Nieminen (2016 – 2018)

Former Lab Position

CRI Postdoctoral Fellow
Research Technician

Current Position

Postdoctoral Fellow (Karl-Peter Hopfner Lab)
Research Associate, Molecular Biology – Manus Bio

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