Marc Gavin, PhD

Research Associate Member
Office Phone: 
(206) 341-8910

Background Information

Dr. Gavin received a BA in Molecular Biology from Princeton University and PhD in Immunology from the University of Washington. He pursued his postdoctoral studies at the University of Washington, where he also served as Research Assistant Professor. Following eight years as staff scientist of Inflammation Research at Amgen, he joined the Translational Research Program at the Benaroya Research Institute in 2015.

Area of Research

Dr. Gavin’s laboratory is focused on understanding how therapeutic manipulation of the balance between regulatory and effector T cells alters immune responses in settings of pathogenic inflammation, chronic infection and cancer. His group is also investigating how variation in the availability and usage of interleukin-2 impacts the regulatory/effector T cell balance in human autoimmune disease.

Dr. Gavin's CV

Gavin Laboratory

Translational Research Program