Professor, Division of Infectious and Immunological Diseases, Department of Pediatrics, University of British Columbia
Senior Clinician Scientist and Pediatric Infectious Disease Consultant, BC Children’s Hospital
Dr. Kollmann’s research systematically dissects the key cellular and molecular mechanisms important in the human neonatal and infant response to infection or vaccination, focusing on signaling pathways in innate immune cells, with the goal of identifying improved approaches for early life immune modulation.
CHILD Study Investigator
Member of the Immunology and the Biological Samples Working Groups
Dr. Kollmann is co-investigator on the CIHR-funded projects “Impact of the Microbiota on immune development and disease” and “Systemic immunity: the missing link between gut microbiome and asthma.”
- Institution: The University of British Columbia
- Location: Vancouver, BC