Dr Jennifer Marshall PhD

Dr Jennifer Marshall

Institute of Inflammation and Ageing
Research Associate

Contact details

Address
Rheumatology Research Group
Institute of Inflammation and Ageing (IIA)
College of Medical and Dental Sciences
Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Birmingham
B15 2WB

Jennifer Marshall is a post-doctoral research fellow working in Prof Chris Buckley’s group in the Institute of Inflammation and Ageing.

She is currently investigating altered metabolism in the rheumatic joint with an intention to provide better disease outcomes. Her previous post-doctoral work and PhD studies concentrated on B cell responses; how they respond to different antigens in vitro and in vivo. This encompassed vaccine design, aging and B cell differentiation.

Qualifications

  • PhD in Immunology
  • BSc (Hons) in Natural Sciences (Genetics)
  • Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Teaching

Other activities

  • Jennifer is a STEMNET volunteer and visits schools to talk on behalf of Understanding Animal Research.

Publications

Ross EA, Flores-Langarica A, Bobat S, Coughlan RE, Marshall JL, Hitchcock JR, Cook CN, Carvalho-Gaspar MM, Mitchell AM, Clarke M, Garcia P, Cobbold M, Mitchell TJ, Henderson IR, Jones ND, Anderson G, Buckley CD and Cunningham AF (2014) Resolving Salmonella infection reveals dynamic and persisting changes in murine bone marrow progenitor cell phenotype and function. European Journal of Immunology 44(8):2318-30

Marshall JL, Flores-Langarica A, Kingsley RA, Hitchcock JR, Ross EA, Lopez-Macias C, Lakey J, Martin TB, Toellner KM, MacLennan CA, MacLennan IC, Henderson IR, Dougan G and Cunningham AF (2012) The capsular polysaccharide Vi from Salmonella Typhi is a B1b antigen. Journal of Immunology 189(12):5527-32

Flores-Langarica A, Marshall JL, Hitchcock J, Cook C, Jobanputra J, Bobat S, Ross EA, Coughlan RE, Henderson IR, Uematsu S, Akira S and Cunningham AF (2012) Systemic flagellin immunization stimulates mucosal CD103+ dendritic cells and drives Foxp3+ regulatory T cell and IgA responses in the mesenteric lymph node. Journal of Immunology 189(12):5745-54

Marshall JL, Zhang Y, Pallan L, Hsu MC, Khan M, Cunningham AF, MacLennan IC and Toellner KM (2011) Early B blasts acquire a capacity for Ig class switch recombination that is lost as they become plasmablasts. European Journal of Immunology 41(12):3506-12

Lee SK, Rigby RJ, Zotos S, Tsai LM, Kawamoto S, Marshall JL, Ramiscal RR, Chan TD, Gatto D, Brink R, Yu D, Fagarasan S, Tarlinton DM, Cunningham AF and Vinuesa CG (2011) B cell priming for extrafollicular antibody responses requires Bcl-6 expression by T cells. Journal of Experimental Medicine 208(7):1377-88

Flores-Langarica A, Marshall JL, Bobat S, Mohr E, Hitchcock J, Ross EA, Coughlan RE, Khan M, Van Rooijen N, Henderson IR, Maclennan IC and Cunningham AF (2011) T Zone Localized Monocyte-Derived Dendritic Cells Promote Th1 Priming to Salmonella. European Journal of Immunology 41(9):2654-65

MacLennan CA, Gilchrist JJ, Gordon MA, Cunningham AF, Cobbold M, Goodall M, Kingsley RA, van Oosterhout JJ, Msefula CL, Mandala WL, Leyton DL, Marshall JL, Gondwe EN, Bobat S, Lopez-Macias C, Doffinger R, Henderson IR, Zijlstra EE, Dougan G, Drayson MT, MacLennan IC and Molyneus ME (2010) Dysregulated humoral immunity to nontyphoidal Salmonella in HIV-infected African adults. Science 328(5977):508-12

Gil-Cruz C*, Bobat S*, Marshall JL*, Kingley RA, Ross EA, Henderson IR, Leyton DL, Doughlan RE, Khan M, Jensen KT, Buckley CD, Dougan G, MacLennan IC, Lopez-Macias C and Cunningham AF (2009) The porin OmpD from nontyphoidal Salmonella is a key target for a protective B1b cell antibody response. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 106(24):9803-8 *Joint first author