Lauren Aguado completed her undergraduate degree in Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology at the University of California, Santa Cruz and Master’s in Microbiology at San Diego State University.
She joined the tenOever Lab as a PhD student in 2013 and is currently an American Heart Association Predoctoral Fellow.
Aguado, L.C., Schmid, S., May, J., Sabin, L.R., Panis, M., Blanco-Melo, D., Shim, J.V., Sachs, D., Cherry, S., Simon, A.E., Levraud, J.P., tenOever, B.R. RNase III nucleases from diverse kingdoms serve as antiviral effectors. Nature. 2017 Jul 6;547(7661):114-117. PMID: 28658212.
Aguado, L.C., Schmid, S, Sachs, D., Shim, J.V., Lim, J.K., tenOever, B.R. microRNA function is limited to cytokine control in the acute response to virus. Cell Host and Microbe. 2015 Dec 9;18(6):714–722. PMID: 26651947.
Shapiro, J.S., Schmid, S., Aguado, L.C., Sabin, L.R., Yasunaga, A., Shim, J.V., Sachs, D., Cherry, S., tenOever, B.R. Drosha as an interferon-independent antiviral factor. PNAS. 2014 May 13;111(19):7108-13. PMID: 24778219.
Miller, M.S., Gardner, T.J., Krammer, F., Aguado, L.C., Tortorella, D., Basler, C.F., and Palese, P. A longitudinal analysis reveals an increase in neutralizing antibodies to both previously-encountered seasonal as well as pandemic influenza A virus strains. Sci. Transl. Med. 2013 Aug 14;5(198):198ra107. PMID: 23946196.