The American Society for Clinical Investigation is proud to present the ASCI Scientific Sessions: a monthly spotlight on distinguished investigators and their contributions to biomedical research. The Scientific Sessions are free and open to all, with a goal to create a space for our community, beyond the ASCI’s annual meeting, to gather and celebrate discovery.
Dr. Crowe is Director of the Vanderbilt Vaccine Center and the Ann Scott Carell Professor of Pediatrics, Pathology, Microbiology and Immunology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. He is a board certified pediatric infectious diseases physician and viral immunology researcher. Dr. Crowe was elected to the ASCI in 2004.
Dr. Crowe's laboratory studies the human immune response to infection for a wide variety of major human pathogens, including many emerging infections. His research group uses a very broad array of techniques including molecular and cellular biology, state-of-the-art imaging and flow cytometry, bioinformatics, and bioengineering approaches to attack scientific problems at the forefront of immunity research.
Dr. Crowe is an elected member of the National Academy of Medicine and has been the recipient of numerous investigator awards including the 2017 ASCI Stanley J. Korsmeyer Award, the 2019 Merck Future Insight Prize, 2020 AAAS Golden Goose Award, and others. A number of vaccine candidates and human monoclonal antibodies developed in the course of his team’s research have been tested in Phase I-III clinical trials in humans.
This event will be moderated by Lorraine B. Ware, MD, the ASCI's 2021-2022 Immediate Past President. Dr. Ware is the Ralph and Lulu Owen Professor of Medicine and Director of the Vanderbilt Medical Scholars Program at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine.