Adam Courtney

Assistant Professor of Pharmacology


University of Waterloo - BSc (Biochemistry)

University of Wisconsin, Madison - PhD (Biochemistry)

University of California, San Francisco - Postdoctoral Fellow (Immunology)

Dr. Courtney’s research interests include signal transduction in the immune system, T cell signaling pathways, immunotherapy strategies, protein regulation, and cancer therapeutics.

Taylor Piper

Research Technician


University of Michigan - BSc 2019

Taylor is a recent graduate from UM who is interested in immunology & cancer.

Yating (Christina) Zheng

PhD Student (Pharmacology)

China Pharmaceutical University - BSc 2018

University of Michigan - MS 2019

Christina recently graduated with her MS in Pharmacology while working with Dr. Carole Parent to study the enzymes involved in LTB4 biosynthesis. Christina recently joined the Pharmacology PhD program and seeks to investigate how antigen recognition can be regulated in vivo by targeting T cell signaling pathways.

Rotation students

Jiayu Wang (Pharmacology) 2020

Monica Chanda (Cancer Biology) 2020

Claire Shudde (Pharmacology) 2020

Monica Bonilla (Cancer Biology) 2020

Brian Tran (Pharmacology) 2019

Shreeya Bakshi (Pharmacology) 2019

Erik Peterson (Cancer Biology) 2019

© Courtney Lab ∣ University of Michigan

1150 W. Medical Center Dr.

MSRB III Room 2240 

Ann Arbor, MI 48109

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