Emily Landy, PhD

Emily Landy, PhD

Postdoc Research Associate

Emily Landy is a Postdoc Associate working on the engineering of invariant natural killer T (iNKT) cells to enhance suppression of graft-versus-host disease. She recently got her PhD in Immunology and Microbiology from the University of Pittsburgh. She hopes to use the knowledge gained in her PhD career focused on cytotoxic cells to help create the ultimate engineered iNKT cell therapy. In her free time, she likes to play with her two cats, garden, cook/bake, mountain bike and spend time with her family.

Arnav Mohindra

Arnav Mohindra

Undergraduate researcher

Arnav is an undergraduate student at Washington University in St. Louis studying linguistics on the pre-med track. He is on the executive board of the Congress of the South 40, Washington University’s residential housing association, and is a member of GlobeMed. Arnav hopes to go to medical school and is interested in the field of public health. For fun, he likes to go on hikes, be out in nature and read books.

Nathan Schedler

Nathan Schedler

Research Technician II

Nathan moved to Saint Louis from Chicago and recently graduated from Saint Louis University with a degree in Biology and Health Sciences. He is greatly involved within the Saint Louis community through his volunteering at the Saint Louis Juvenile Detention Center, Barnes Jewish Hospital, and Forest Park Conservancy. During his off-time, Nathan enjoys hiking with friends, reading and taking care of his houseplants.

Sam Signorelli

Sam Signorelli

Research Technician II

Sam recently graduated from Wake Forest University with a degree in Chemistry focusing on Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Discovery. His scientific interests are to better understand the chemical inner workings of biological processes to help make discoveries that will ultimately promote human health. Outside of work, he enjoys learning and speaking French, travelling, cooking, and being outdoors.

Joanne Sung

Joanne Sung

Undergraduate researcher

Joanne is an undergraduate student at Washington University studying computer science on the pre-med track. On campus, she is a part of Armour fashion magazine, the Prison Education Project, and Leaders in Interpersonal Violence Education. She hopes to eventually work as a doctor but also work to improve equity in healthcare access as well. In her free time, she enjoys trying new food places, painting, and going to small concerts.