Margaret Feeney, MD

Professor

Dr. Feeney is a Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases and Global Health at UCSF. She is the Principal Investigator of several NIH-funded projects focused on the immune response to malaria and CMV in infants and children. Dr. Feeney is board certified in Pediatric Infectious Diseases and provides clinical care for children with complex infections at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital, where she also teaches students and housestaff. She holds a secondary appointment in the Department of Medicine (Division of Experimental Medicine) where her laboratory is based. She is active in mentoring programs for medical students, residents, and junior faculty, and is the recipient of an NIH K24 Mentoring Award entitled “Mentoring Translational Researchers for Careers in Pediatric Global Health”.

Dr. Feeney’s research interests encompass the host response to infection and age-based differences in the immune response during early life. Her laboratory conducted key studies of the infant antiviral immune response following mother-to-child transmission of HIV, in collaboration with pediatric clinicians South Africa and Jamaica. More recently, her lab has focused on understanding natural immunity to malaria, identifying correlates of protective antimalarial immunity to guide vaccine design, and investigating the impact of in utero antigen exposure on the fetal immune response to malaria and other perinatal pathogens. A major current emphasis in the lab is the role of gamma delta T cells (gdT), a unique population of semi-innate cells that play a major role in immunity in the fetus and infant. Gamma delta T cells have been shown to play a role in protective immunity to both P. falciparum and CMV.

Dr. Feeney is a member of the NIH IDEaL (Immune Development in Early Life) consortium and leads an ImmunoX Co-Project. Dr. Feeney was elected to the American Society for Clinical Investigation in 2016 and has received several research awards including the Elizabeth Glaser Scientist Award from the Pediatric AIDS Foundation and the William F. Friedman Pediatric Research Award. She holds the Edward B. Shaw Chair in Pediatrics.
Education
M.Sc. in Clinical Investigation, 2002 - , Harvard Medical School
Fellowship in Pediatric Infectious Diseases, 1999-02 - , Boston Children's Hospital
Residency in Pediatrics, 1996-99 - , UCSF
M.D., 1996 - , University of Pennsylvania
B.A., 1992 - , Dartmouth College
Honors and Awards
  • American Society for Clinical Ingestigation, 2016
  • William F. Friedman, M.D. Pediatric Research Award, 2011
  • Elizabeth Glaser Scientist Award, Pediatric AIDS Foundation:, 2006
  • Edward H. Kass Award for Clinical Excellence, Massachusetts Infectious Disease Society:, 2002
Websites
Publications
  1. Vaaben AV, Levan J, Nguyen CBT, Callaway PC, Prahl M, Warrier L, Nankya F, Musinguzi K, Kakuru A, Muhindo MK, Dorsey G, Kamya MR, Feeney ME. In Utero Activation of NK Cells in Congenital CMV Infection. 2022. PMID: 35876164


  2. Chan JA, Loughland JR, de la Parte L, Okano S, Ssewanyana I, Nalubega M, Nankya F, Musinguzi K, Rek J, Arinaitwe E, Tipping P, Bourke P, Andrew D, Dooley N, SheelaNair A, Wines BD, Hogarth PM, Beeson JG, Greenhouse B, Dorsey G, Kamya M, Hartel G, Minigo G, Feeney M, Jagannathan P, Boyle MJ. Age-dependent changes in circulating Tfh cells influence development of functional malaria antibodies in children. 2022. PMID: 35851033


  3. Walker-Sperling V, Digitale JC, Viard M, Martin MP, Bashirova A, Yuki Y, Ramsuran V, Kulkarni S, Naranbhai V, Li H, Anderson SK, Yum L, Clifford R, Kibuuka H, Ake J, Thomas R, Rowland-Jones S, Rek J, Arinaitwe E, Kamya M, Rodriguez-Barraquer I, Feeney ME, Carrington M. Genetic variation that determines TAPBP expression levels associates with the course of malaria in an HLA allotype-dependent manner. 2022. PMID: 35858344


  4. Girometti N, Byrne R, Bracchi M, Heskin J, McOwan A, Tittle V, Gedela K, Scott C, Patel S, Gohil J, Nugent D, Suchak T, Dickinson M, Feeney M, Mora-Peris B, Stegmann K, Plaha K, Davies G, Moore LSP, Mughal N, Asboe D, Boffito M, Jones R, Whitlock G. Demographic and clinical characteristics of confirmed human monkeypox virus cases in individuals attending a sexual health centre in London, UK: an observational analysis. 2022. PMID: 35785793


  5. McCarthy EE, Odorizzi PM, Lutz E, Smullin CP, Tenvooren I, Stone M, Simmons G, Hunt PW, Feeney ME, Norris PJ, Busch MP, Spitzer MH, Rutishauser RL. A cytotoxic-skewed immune set point predicts low neutralizing antibody levels after Zika virus infection. 2022. PMID: 35584677


  6. Simon N, Shallat J, Houck J, Jagannathan P, Prahl M, Muhindo MK, Kakuru A, Olwoch P, Feeney ME, Harrington WE. Peripheral Plasmodium falciparum infection in early pregnancy is associated with increased maternal microchimerism in the offspring. 2021. PMID: 34010401


  7. Digitale JC, Callaway PC, Martin M, Nelson G, Viard M, Rek J, Arinaitwe E, Dorsey G, Kamya M, Carrington M, Rodriguez-Barraquer I, Feeney ME. Association of Inhibitory Killer Cell Immunoglobulin-like Receptor Ligands With Higher Plasmodium falciparum Parasite Prevalence. 2021. PMID: 33165540


  8. Digitale JC, Callaway PC, Martin M, Nelson G, Viard M, Rek J, Arinaitwe E, Dorsey G, Kamya M, Carrington M, Rodriguez-Barraquer I, Feeney ME. HLA Alleles B*53:01 and C*06:02 Are Associated With Higher Risk of P. falciparum Parasitemia in a Cohort in Uganda. 2021. PMID: 33815410


  9. Callaway PC, Farrington LA, Feeney ME. Malaria and Early Life Immunity: Competence in Context. 2021. PMID: 33679787


  10. Prahl M, Odorizzi P, Gingrich D, Muhindo M, McIntyre T, Budker R, Jagannathan P, Farrington L, Nalubega M, Nankya F, Sikyomu E, Musinguzi K, Naluwu K, Auma A, Kakuru A, Kamya MR, Dorsey G, Aweeka F, Feeney ME. Exposure to pesticides in utero impacts the fetal immune system and response to vaccination in infancy. 2021. PMID: 33420104


  11. Farrington LA, Callaway PC, Vance HM, Baskevitch K, Lutz E, Warrier L, McIntyre TI, Budker R, Jagannathan P, Nankya F, Musinguzi K, Nalubega M, Sikyomu E, Naluwu K, Arinaitwe E, Dorsey G, Kamya MR, Feeney ME. Opsonized antigen activates Vd2+ T cells via CD16/FC?RIIIa in individuals with chronic malaria exposure. 2020. PMID: 33085728


  12. Quanquin NM, Barres LG, Aliyari SR, Day NT, Gerami H, Fisher SJ, Kakuru A, Kamya MR, Havlir DV, Feeney M, Dorsey G, Cheng G, Gaw SL. Gravidity-dependent associations between interferon response and birth weight in placental malaria. 2020. PMID: 32758231


  13. Tran EE, Cheeks ML, Kakuru A, Muhindo MK, Natureeba P, Nakalembe M, Ategeka J, Nayebare P, Kamya M, Havlir D, Feeney ME, Dorsey G, Gaw SL. The impact of gravidity, symptomatology and timing of infection on placental malaria. 2020. PMID: 32580739


  14. Feeney ME. The immune response to malaria in utero. 2019. PMID: 31553066


  15. Gagnon JD, Kageyama R, Shehata HM, Fassett MS, Mar DJ, Wigton EJ, Johansson K, Litterman AJ, Odorizzi P, Simeonov D, Laidlaw BJ, Panduro M, Patel S, Jeker LT, Feeney ME, McManus MT, Marson A, Matloubian M, Sanjabi S, Ansel KM. miR-15/16 Restrain Memory T Cell Differentiation, Cell Cycle, and Survival. 2019. PMID: 31433990


  16. Muhindo MK, Jagannathan P, Kakuru A, Opira B, Olwoch P, Okiring J, Nalugo N, Clark TD, Ruel T, Charlebois E, Feeney ME, Havlir DV, Dorsey G, Kamya MR. Intermittent preventive treatment with dihydroartemisinin-piperaquine and risk of malaria following cessation in young Ugandan children: a double-blind, randomised, controlled trial. 2019. PMID: 31307883


  17. Odorizzi PM, Jagannathan P, McIntyre TI, Budker R, Prahl M, Auma A, Burt TD, Nankya F, Nalubega M, Sikyomu E, Musinguzi K, Naluwu K, Kakuru A, Dorsey G, Kamya MR, Feeney ME. In utero priming of highly functional effector T cell responses to human malaria. 2018. PMID: 30333241


  18. Jagannathan P, Kakuru A, Okiring J, Muhindo MK, Natureeba P, Nakalembe M, Opira B, Olwoch P, Nankya F, Ssewanyana I, Tetteh K, Drakeley C, Beeson J, Reiling L, Clark TD, Rodriguez-Barraquer I, Greenhouse B, Wallender E, Aweeka F, Prahl M, Charlebois ED, Feeney ME, Havlir DV, Kamya MR, Dorsey G. Dihydroartemisinin-piperaquine for intermittent preventive treatment of malaria during pregnancy and risk of malaria in early childhood: A randomized controlled trial. 2018. PMID: 30016328


  19. Stephanie L. Gaw, Nida Ozarslan, Dennis J. Montoya, Joshua Robinson, Grant Dorsey, Margaret Feeney, Genhong Cheng, Susan J. Fisher. 862: Gene expression profiling of fetal Hofbauer cells and maternal intervillous macrophages in placental malaria. 2018. PMID:


  20. Erin E. Washburn, Abel Kakuru, Mary K. Muhindo, Paul Natureeba, Miriam Nakalembe, John Ategeka, Patience Nayebare, Margaret Feeney, Grant Dorsey, Stephanie L. Gaw. 865: Malaria exposure in pregnancy: birth outcomes with placental and non-placental malaria infection. 2018. PMID:


  21. Farrington L, Vance H, Rek J, Prahl M, Jagannathan P, Katureebe A, Arinaitwe E, Kamya MR, Dorsey G, Feeney ME. Both inflammatory and regulatory cytokine responses to malaria are blunted with increasing age in highly exposed children. 2017. PMID: 29284469


  22. Boyle MJ, Jagannathan P, Bowen K, McIntyre TI, Vance HM, Farrington LA, Schwartz A, Nankya F, Naluwu K, Wamala S, Sikyomu E, Rek J, Greenhouse B, Arinaitwe E, Dorsey G, Kamya MR, Feeney ME. The Development of Plasmodium falciparum-Specific IL10 CD4 T Cells and Protection from Malaria in Children in an Area of High Malaria Transmission. 2017. PMID: 29097996


  23. Jagannathan P, Lutwama F, Boyle MJ, Nankya F, Farrington LA, McIntyre TI, Bowen K, Naluwu K, Nalubega M, Musinguzi K, Sikyomu E, Budker R, Katureebe A, Rek J, Greenhouse B, Dorsey G, Kamya MR, Feeney ME. Vd2+ T cell response to malaria correlates with protection from infection but is attenuated with repeated exposure. 2017. PMID: 28904345


  24. Prahl M, Jagannathan P, McIntyre TI, Auma A, Wamala S, Nalubega M, Musinguzi K, Naluwu K, Sikyoma E, Budker R, Odorizzi P, Kakuru A, Havlir DV, Kamya MR, Dorsey G, Feeney ME. Sex Disparity in Cord Blood FoxP3+ CD4 T Regulatory Cells in Infants Exposed to Malaria In Utero. 2017. PMID: 28480292


  25. Prahl M, Jagannathan P, McIntyre TI, Auma A, Farrington L, Wamala S, Nalubega M, Musinguzi K, Naluwu K, Sikyoma E, Budker R, Vance H, Odorizzi P, Nayebare P, Ategeka J, Kakuru A, Havlir DV, Kamya MR, Dorsey G, Feeney ME. Timing of in utero malaria exposure influences fetal CD4 T cell regulatory versus effector differentiation. 2016. PMID: 27717402


  26. Odorizzi PM, Feeney ME. Impact of In Utero Exposure to Malaria on Fetal T Cell Immunity. 2016. PMID: 27614925


  27. Fontana MF, Baccarella A, Craft JF, Boyle MJ, McIntyre TI, Wood MD, Thorn KS, Anidi C, Bayat A, Chung MR, Hamburger R, Kim CY, Pearman E, Pham J, Tang JJ, Boon L, Kamya MR, Dorsey G, Feeney ME, Kim CC. A Novel Model of Asymptomatic Plasmodium Parasitemia That Recapitulates Elements of the Human Immune Response to Chronic Infection. 2016. PMID: 27583554


  28. Jagannathan P, Bowen K, Nankya F, McIntyre TI, Auma A, Wamala S, Sikyomu E, Naluwu K, Nalubega M, Boyle MJ, Farrington LA, Bigira V, Kapisi J, Aweeka F, Greenhouse B, Kamya M, Dorsey G, Feeney ME. Effective Antimalarial Chemoprevention in Childhood Enhances the Quality of CD4+ T Cells and Limits Their Production of Immunoregulatory Interleukin 10. 2016. PMID: 27067196


  29. Sullivan RT, Ssewanyana I, Wamala S, Nankya F, Jagannathan P, Tappero JW, Mayanja-Kizza H, Muhindo MK, Arinaitwe E, Kamya M, Dorsey G, Feeney ME, Riley EM, Drakeley CJ, Greenhouse B. Erratum to: B cell sub-types following acute malaria and associations with clinical immunity. 2016. PMID: 27036294


  30. Kakuru A, Jagannathan P, Muhindo MK, Natureeba P, Awori P, Nakalembe M, Opira B, Olwoch P, Ategeka J, Nayebare P, Clark TD, Feeney ME, Charlebois ED, Rizzuto G, Muehlenbachs A, Havlir DV, Kamya MR, Dorsey G. Dihydroartemisinin-Piperaquine for the Prevention of Malaria in Pregnancy. 2016. PMID: 26962728


  31. Sullivan RT, Ssewanyana I, Wamala S, Nankya F, Jagannathan P, Tappero JW, Mayanja-Kizza H, Muhindo MK, Arinaitwe E, Kamya M, Dorsey G, Feeney ME, Riley EM, Drakeley CJ, Greenhouse B, Sullivan R. B cell sub-types following acute malaria and associations with clinical immunity. 2016. PMID: 26939776


  32. Farrington LA, Jagannathan P, McIntyre TI, Vance HM, Bowen K, Boyle MJ, Nankya F, Wamala S, Auma A, Nalubega M, Sikyomu E, Naluwu K, Bigira V, Kapisi J, Dorsey G, Kamya MR, Feeney ME. Frequent Malaria Drives Progressive Vd2 T-Cell Loss, Dysfunction, and CD16 Up-regulation During Early Childhood. 2015. PMID: 26667315


  33. Boyle MJ, Jagannathan P, Farrington LA, Eccles-James I, Wamala S, McIntyre TI, Vance HM, Bowen K, Nankya F, Auma A, Nalubega M, Sikyomu E, Naluwu K, Rek J, Katureebe A, Bigira V, Kapisi J, Tappero J, Muhindo MK, Greenhouse B, Arinaitwe E, Dorsey G, Kamya MR, Feeney ME. Decline of FoxP3+ Regulatory CD4 T Cells in Peripheral Blood of Children Heavily Exposed to Malaria. 2015. PMID: 26182204


  34. Sullivan RT, Kim CC, Fontana MF, Feeney ME, Jagannathan P, Boyle MJ, Drakeley CJ, Ssewanyana I, Nankya F, Mayanja-Kizza H, Dorsey G, Greenhouse B. FCRL5 Delineates Functionally Impaired Memory B Cells Associated with Plasmodium falciparum Exposure. 2015. PMID: 25993340


  35. Boyle MJ, Jagannathan P, Bowen K, McIntyre TI, Vance HM, Farrington LA, Greenhouse B, Nankya F, Rek J, Katureebe A, Arinaitwe E, Dorsey G, Kamya MR, Feeney ME. Effector Phenotype of Plasmodium falciparum-Specific CD4+ T Cells Is Influenced by Both Age and Transmission Intensity in Naturally Exposed Populations. 2015. PMID: 25646355


  36. Jagannathan P, Nankya F, Stoyanov C, Eccles-James I, Sikyomu E, Naluwu K, Wamala S, Nalubega M, Briggs J, Bowen K, Bigira V, Kapisi J, Kamya MR, Dorsey G, Feeney ME. IFN? Responses to Pre-erythrocytic and Blood-stage Malaria Antigens Exhibit Differential Associations With Past Exposure and Subsequent Protection. 2014. PMID: 25520427


  37. Jagannathan P, Kim CC, Greenhouse B, Nankya F, Bowen K, Eccles-James I, Muhindo MK, Arinaitwe E, Tappero JW, Kamya MR, Dorsey G, Feeney ME. Loss and dysfunction of Vd2? ?d T cells are associated with clinical tolerance to malaria. 2014. PMID: 25163477


  38. Jagannathan P, Eccles-James I, Bowen K, Nankya F, Auma A, Wamala S, Ebusu C, Muhindo MK, Arinaitwe E, Briggs J, Greenhouse B, Tappero JW, Kamya MR, Dorsey G, Feeney ME. IFN?/IL-10 co-producing cells dominate the CD4 response to malaria in highly exposed children. 2014. PMID: 24415936


  39. Zanoni BC, Sunpath H, Feeney ME. Pediatric response to second-line antiretroviral therapy in South Africa. 2012. PMID: 23185373


  40. Zanoni BC, Phungula T, Zanoni HM, France H, Cook EF, Feeney ME. Predictors of poor CD4 and weight recovery in HIV-infected children initiating ART in South Africa. 2012. PMID: 22438965


  41. Ruel TD, Zanoni BC, Ssewanyana I, Cao H, Havlir DV, Kamya M, Achan J, Charlebois ED, Feeney ME. Sex differences in HIV RNA level and CD4 cell percentage during childhood. 2011. PMID: 21840929


  42. Zanoni BC, Phungula T, Zanoni HM, France H, Feeney ME. Impact of tuberculosis cotreatment on viral suppression rates among HIV-positive children initiating HAART. 2011. PMID: 20935555


  43. Ryland EG, Tang Y, Christie CD, Feeney ME. Sequence evolution of HIV-1 following mother-to-child transmission. 2010. PMID: 20861265


  44. Tang Y, Huang S, Dunkley-Thompson J, Steel-Duncan JC, Ryland EG, St John MA, Hazra R, Christie CD, Feeney ME. Correlates of spontaneous viral control among long-term survivors of perinatal HIV-1 infection expressing human leukocyte antigen-B57. 2010. PMID: 20539088


  45. Schneidewind A, Tang Y, Brockman MA, Ryland EG, Dunkley-Thompson J, Steel-Duncan JC, St John MA, Conrad JA, Kalams SA, Noel F, Allen TM, Christie CD, Feeney ME. Maternal transmission of human immunodeficiency virus escape mutations subverts HLA-B57 immunodominance but facilitates viral control in the haploidentical infant. 2009. PMID: 19515764


  46. Huang S, Dunkley-Thompson J, Tang Y, Macklin EA, Steel-Duncan J, Singh-Minott I, Ryland EG, Smikle M, Walker BD, Christie CD, Feeney ME. Deficiency of HIV-Gag-specific T cells in early childhood correlates with poor viral containment. 2008. PMID: 19018003


  47. Lichterfeld M, Kavanagh DG, Williams KL, Moza B, Mui SK, Miura T, Sivamurthy R, Allgaier R, Pereyra F, Trocha A, Feeney M, Gandhi RT, Rosenberg ES, Altfeld M, Allen TM, Allen R, Walker BD, Sundberg EJ, Yu XG. A viral CTL escape mutation leading to immunoglobulin-like transcript 4-mediated functional inhibition of myelomonocytic cells. 2007. PMID: 18025130


  48. Yu XG, Lichterfeld M, Chetty S, Williams KL, Mui SK, Miura T, Frahm N, Feeney ME, Tang Y, Pereyra F, Labute MX, Pfafferott K, Leslie A, Crawford H, Allgaier R, Hildebrand W, Kaslow R, Brander C, Allen TM, Rosenberg ES, Kiepiela P, Vajpayee M, Goepfert PA, Altfeld M, Goulder PJ, Walker BD. Mutually exclusive T-cell receptor induction and differential susceptibility to human immunodeficiency virus type 1 mutational escape associated with a two-amino-acid difference between HLA class I subtypes. 2006. PMID: 17121793


  49. Frahm N, Kiepiela P, Adams S, Linde CH, Hewitt HS, Sango K, Feeney ME, Addo MM, Lichterfeld M, Lahaie MP, Pae E, Wurcel AG, Roach T, St John MA, Altfeld M, Marincola FM, Moore C, Mallal S, Carrington M, Heckerman D, Allen TM, Mullins JI, Korber BT, Goulder PJ, Walker BD, Brander C. Control of human immunodeficiency virus replication by cytotoxic T lymphocytes targeting subdominant epitopes. 2005. PMID: 16369537


  50. Allen TM, Altfeld M, Geer SC, Kalife ET, Moore C, O'sullivan KM, Desouza I, Feeney ME, Eldridge RL, Maier EL, Kaufmann DE, Lahaie MP, Reyor L, Tanzi G, Johnston MN, Brander C, Draenert R, Rockstroh JK, Jessen H, Rosenberg ES, Mallal SA, Walker BD. Selective escape from CD8+ T-cell responses represents a major driving force of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) sequence diversity and reveals constraints on HIV-1 evolution. 2005. PMID: 16227247


  51. Pillay T, Zhang HT, Drijfhout JW, Robinson N, Brown H, Khan M, Moodley J, Adhikari M, Pfafferott K, Feeney ME, St John A, Holmes EC, Coovadia HM, Klenerman P, Goulder PJ, Phillips RE. Unique acquisition of cytotoxic T-lymphocyte escape mutants in infant human immunodeficiency virus type 1 infection. 2005. PMID: 16140787


  52. Frahm N, Adams S, Kiepiela P, Linde CH, Hewitt HS, Lichterfeld M, Sango K, Brown NV, Pae E, Wurcel AG, Altfeld M, Feeney ME, Allen TM, Roach T, St John MA, Daar ES, Rosenberg E, Korber B, Marincola F, Walker BD, Goulder PJ, Brander C. HLA-B63 presents HLA-B57/B58-restricted cytotoxic T-lymphocyte epitopes and is associated with low human immunodeficiency virus load. 2005. PMID: 16051815


  53. Feeney ME, Tang Y, Pfafferott K, Roosevelt KA, Draenert R, Trocha A, Yu XG, Verrill C, Allen T, Moore C, Mallal S, Burchett S, McIntosh K, Pelton SI, St John MA, Hazra R, Klenerman P, Altfeld M, Walker BD, Goulder PJ. HIV-1 viral escape in infancy followed by emergence of a variant-specific CTL response. 2005. PMID: 15944251


  54. Draenert R, Brander C, Yu XG, Altfeld M, Verrill CL, Feeney ME, Walker BD, Goulder PJ. Impact of intrapeptide epitope location on CD8 T cell recognition: implications for design of overlapping peptide panels. 2004. PMID: 15060434


  55. Draenert R, Le Gall S, Pfafferott KJ, Leslie AJ, Chetty P, Brander C, Holmes EC, Chang SC, Feeney ME, Addo MM, Ruiz L, Ramduth D, Jeena P, Altfeld M, Thomas S, Tang Y, Verrill CL, Dixon C, Prado JG, Kiepiela P, Martinez-Picado J, Walker BD, Goulder PJ. Immune selection for altered antigen processing leads to cytotoxic T lymphocyte escape in chronic HIV-1 infection. 2004. PMID: 15067030


  56. Frahm N, Korber BT, Adams CM, Szinger JJ, Draenert R, Addo MM, Feeney ME, Yusim K, Sango K, Brown NV, SenGupta D, Piechocka-Trocha A, Simonis T, Marincola FM, Wurcel AG, Stone DR, Russell CJ, Adolf P, Cohen D, Roach T, StJohn A, Khatri A, Davis K, Mullins J, Goulder PJ, Walker BD, Brander C. Consistent cytotoxic-T-lymphocyte targeting of immunodominant regions in human immunodeficiency virus across multiple ethnicities. 2004. PMID: 14963115


  57. Leslie AJ, Pfafferott KJ, Chetty P, Draenert R, Addo MM, Feeney M, Tang Y, Holmes EC, Allen T, Prado JG, Altfeld M, Brander C, Dixon C, Ramduth D, Jeena P, Thomas SA, St John A, Roach TA, Kupfer B, Luzzi G, Edwards A, Taylor G, Lyall H, Tudor-Williams G, Novelli V, Martinez-Picado J, Kiepiela P, Walker BD, Goulder PJ. HIV evolution: CTL escape mutation and reversion after transmission. 2004. PMID: 14770175


  58. Feeney ME, Draenert R, Roosevelt KA, Pelton SI, McIntosh K, Burchett SK, Mao C, Walker BD, Goulder PJ. Reconstitution of virus-specific CD4 proliferative responses in pediatric HIV-1 infection. 2003. PMID: 14662905


  59. Altfeld M, Addo MM, Rosenberg ES, Hecht FM, Lee PK, Vogel M, Yu XG, Draenert R, Johnston MN, Strick D, Allen TM, Feeney ME, Kahn JO, Sekaly RP, Levy JA, Rockstroh JK, Goulder PJ, Walker BD. Influence of HLA-B57 on clinical presentation and viral control during acute HIV-1 infection. 2003. PMID: 14685052


  60. Feeney ME, Roosevelt KA, Tang Y, Pfafferott KJ, McIntosh K, Burchett SK, Mao C, Walker BD, Goulder PJ. Comprehensive screening reveals strong and broadly directed human immunodeficiency virus type 1-specific CD8 responses in perinatally infected children. 2003. PMID: 12805449


  61. Addo MM, Yu XG, Rathod A, Cohen D, Eldridge RL, Strick D, Johnston MN, Corcoran C, Wurcel AG, Fitzpatrick CA, Feeney ME, Rodriguez WR, Basgoz N, Draenert R, Stone DR, Brander C, Goulder PJ, Rosenberg ES, Altfeld M, Walker BD. Comprehensive epitope analysis of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1)-specific T-cell responses directed against the entire expressed HIV-1 genome demonstrate broadly directed responses, but no correlation to viral load. 2003. PMID: 12525643


  62. Altfeld M, van Lunzen J, Frahm N, Yu XG, Schneider C, Eldridge RL, Feeney ME, Meyer-Olson D, Stellbrink HJ, Walker BD. Expansion of pre-existing, lymph node-localized CD8+ T cells during supervised treatment interruptions in chronic HIV-1 infection. 2002. PMID: 11901192


  63. Yu XG, Shang H, Addo MM, Eldridge RL, Phillips MN, Feeney ME, Strick D, Brander C, Goulder PJ, Rosenberg ES, Walker BD, Altfeld M, HIV Study Collaboration. Important contribution of p15 Gag-specific responses to the total Gag-specific CTL responses. 2002. PMID: 11834942