1992, B.Sc., Glasgow University, Glasgow, Scotland
1996, Ph.D., Glasgow University, Glasgow, Scotland
Active Research Grants
Principal Investigator, Target Identification to Improve Salmonella Vaccination, (Principal Investigator), NIH NIAID
Principal Investigator, Salmonella-specific Th1 cell function and residence, (Principal Investigator), NIH NIAID
Honors and Awards
1995-1996 Federation Pour La Recherche Medicale Postdoctoral Fellowship
1998-2001 Irvington Institute of Immunology Fellow
Most Recent Five Book Chapters
2012 Atif SM, McSorley SJ: TLR5, Choi S, (ed), Encyclopedia of Signaling Molecules, New York. 1875-1881.
2009 Moon JJ, McSorley SJ: Tracking the dynamics of salmonella specific T cell responses, , Curr Top Microbiol Immunol, . 179-98.
1998 McSorley SJ, Liew FYI: Leishmaniasis, Delves PJ, (ed), Encyclopedia of Immunology (Second Edition), . 1546–1551.
1998 McSorley SJ, F Liew Y: Nitric Oxide, Delves PJ, (ed), Encyclopedia of Immunology (Second Edition), . 1859–1861.
My research focuses on the innate and adaptive immune response to bacterial pathogens and largely uses mouse models of infection with Salmonella and Chlamydia. In close collaboration with the Center for Companion Animal Health I initiated a new research focus a few years ago where we generate therapeutic monoclonal antibodies for canine applications.
Immunology and Microbiology