Jacqueline’s research focuses on identifying the effects of JAK inhibition on T and innate lymphoid cells. She is especially interested in determining the metabolic changes of these cells that arise following administration of pharmaceutically available JAK inhibitors in murine models. Additionally, she contributes to translational studies of autoinflammatory and other inflammatory diseases.

Jacqueline graduated from New Mexico State University in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Biology, and a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry.

Last Updated: April 2019