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Kelly L. Hawley, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Academic Office Location:
Pediatrics
UConn Health
263 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT 06030
Education
DegreeInstitutionMajor
B.S.University of MassachusettsVeterinary & Animal Sciences
Ph.D.University of MassachusettsAnimal Biotechnology & Biomedical Sciences

Post-Graduate Training
TrainingInstitutionSpecialty
Professional TrainingNIAIDNIAID Workshop on Syphilis Vaccine Development
Professional TrainingGrant Training Center, YaleWriting/Designing Winning NIH Proposals
Professional TrainingUConn HealthSchrodinger Small-Molecule Drug Discovery Development Suite Workshop
Professional TrainingNIAIDNIAID Workshop on Congenital Syphilis,

Awards
Name of Award/HonorAwarding Organization
Snoeyenboes Excellence in Research AwardUniversity of Massachusetts, Amherst Massachusetts
Name & DescriptionCategoryRoleTypeScopeStart YearEnd Year
Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee member, UConn HealthAdvisory CommitteeMemberUConn HealthUniversity2019
Ad hoc reviewer for: Journal of Leukocyte Biology, PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseasesk, Infection and Immunity, BMC Infectious Diseases, Medical Microbiology and Immunology, iScienceProfessional/Scientific JournalAd hoc reviewerExternalInternational2018
American Society for MicrobiologyProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMemberExternalNational2014
American Heart AssociationProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMemberExternalNational20122012

Journal Articles

Title or AbstractTypeSponsor/EventDate/YearLocation
Genetic, structural, and surface antigenic variation of Treponema pallidum’s OMPeome: steps towards a global syphilis vaccineTalkSTI & HIV World Congress2019Vancouver Canada
Analysis of sequence, structural, and surface antigenic variation of outer membrane proteins of Treponema pallidum: critical steps towards a global syphilis vaccinePosterPediatric Academic Societies2019Baltimore Maryland
Generation of Human Monoclonal Antibodies to Aid in Screening Syphilis Vaccine Targets using a Macrophage SystemPosterGordon Research Conference2018Ventura, California
CD64-Mediated Phagocytosis of Human Syphilitic Serum Opsonized Treponema pallidum by Human Macrophages Requires IFN GammaPosterSTI & HIV World Congress,2017Rio de Janerio, Brazil
Human Macrophage Polarization Enhances Opsonophagocytosis and Inflammatory Response to the Stealth Pathogen, Treponema pallidumPosterGordon Research Conference2016Ventura, California
Does the human macrophage have what it takes when it comes to clearance of Treponema pallidum, the stealth pathogen?TalkNorthern Immunological Mountain Society2016Bolton Valley, Vermont
Human Macrophage Polarization Enhances Opsonophagocytosis and Inflammatory Response to the Stealth Pathogen, Treponema pallidumTalkGordon Research Seminar2016Ventura, California
Human Macrophage Polarization Enhances Opsonophagocytosis and Inflammatory Response to the Stealth Pathogen, Treponema pallidumTalk11th ALAI Congress Immunocolombia2015Medellín, Colombia
Human Macrophage Polarization Enhances Opsonophagocytosis and Inflammatory Response to the Stealth Pathogen, Treponema pallidumTalkPediatric Academic Societies2015San Diego, California
Studying Human Macrophage-T. pallidum Interactions ex vivo to Understand the Paradox of SyphilisTalkNorthern Immunological Mountain Society2014Bolton Valley, Vermont
Hawley, KL “Phagosomal signaling of human macrophage in response to Borrelia burgdorferi is enhanced with IFN-GammaTalkGordon Research Conference2014Ventura, California
Studying macrophage-T. pallidum interactions ex vivo to understand the paradox of human syphilisTalkDepartment of Immunology Work in Progress2013UConn Health, Farmington, Connecticut