Dr. Carolyn Jack

MDCM, Ph.D., FRCPC
Assistant Professor, McGill University
Divisional Lead in Quality and Innovation
Division of Dermatology, Medicine
St.Mary’s Hospital, West-Island CIUSSS
McGill University Health Center-Glen
Investigator, Infectious Diseases and Immunity in Global Health Program, Research Institute-MUHC ES1-1626

With the proliferation of cell-based immunotherapies and T-cell targeted monoclonal antibodies, Dr. Jack believes it is key to optimize our understanding of human cutaneous adaptive immunity, notably with respect to the ongoing skin inflammation that either ‘escapes’ these therapies or that is causally related to them.

Maryam Ehteshami

Ph.D.
Project Director for the McGill COE AD

Charlie Bouchard

Patient Partner

Gaurav Isola

M.Sc., M.Tech.
Research assistant at the Jack wet lab

With an interdisciplinary background in Immunology, Biotechnology, Neuroscience and Engineering, Gaurav is interested in understanding the patho-physiology of Atopic Dermatitis disease. 

Harshita Patel 

M.Sc. student at the Jack wet lab, McGill University

Harshita’s thesis work is called, “Cutaneous T cells and disease severity in adult atopic dermatitis.”

Nickoo Merati

MDCM Student, McGill University

Nickoo’s student project is called, “Iterative Process for EczemaQ App Development and Validation.”

Stephanie Ghazal

MDCM Student, McGill University

Stephanie heads a patient education working group. Her student project is called, “A systematic review of management guidelines developed after FDA approval of Dupilumab for treatment of atopic dermatitis in adults.”

Vladimir Andrey Gimenez Rivera

Ph.D., PDF
Research Associate, Jack wet lab

Andrey is a Postdoctoral fellow at the Infectious Diseases and Immunity in Global Health Program at the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC). His research is focused on “Identification of T cell immunomodulatory components in atopic dermatitis and psoriasis.”

Megan Traversy-Drolet

MDCM Student, McGill University

Megan’s student project is called, “McGill Adult Atopic Dermatitis Disease Outcomes Study.”

Kathy Yanos

Research and communication assistant, Jack wet lab

Valerie Jack

B.A.
Coordinator