Thomas Hudson

Lab Manager and Research Assistant


Tom is originally from Massachusetts and graduated from Boston University in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in Biology. His studies included an additional focus on public health, and he spent time as an intern at the World Health Organization in Geneva. He joined the Duffield Lab as Lab Manager and Research Assistant in the fall of 2008. He has been involved with many of the lab's projects, including Wnt signaling, pericytes, autophagy, and stem cells. His current work focuses on FcγRs and Serum Amyloid P. In addition to his research, Tom has played a crucial role in the managing of the lab throughout a time of rapid growth and relocation.


Publications


BD Humphreys, SL Lin, A Kobayashi, T Hudson, B Nowlin, JV Bonventre, MT Valerius, AP McMahon, JS Duffield.  Fate Tracing Reveals the Pericyte and Not Epithelial Origin of Myofibroblasts in Kidney Fibrosis. Am J Pathol. 176:85-97. 2010.


M. Neira, F. Gore, M. Bruné, T. Hudson, J. Pronczuk de Garbino. Environmental threats to children's health -- a global problem. Int J of Env and Health. 2:276-292. 2008.