- Assistant Clinical Investigator, Critical Care Medicine Department
Dr. Torabi-Parizi earned her undergraduate degree and degree in Medicine from Emory University. She completed her internship and residency training in Internal Medicine at the Johns Hopkins Hospital Osler Training Program. Dr. Torabi-Parizi completed her fellowship training in Critical Care Medicine at the NIH and was subsequently appointed as Staff Clinician in the Critical Care Medicine Department at the NIH in 2011. She became an Assistant Clinical Investigator in the Critical Care Medicine Department in 2013. She also chairs the Clinical Center CPR committee.
- (2015). Strategically Localized Dendritic Cells Promote Rapid T Cell Responses to Lymph-Borne Particulate Antigens. IMMUNITY. 42(1), 172-185.
- (2014). Pathogen-Related Differences in the Abundance of Presented Antigen Are Reflected in CD4(+) T Cell Dynamic Behavior and Effector Function in the Lung. JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY. 192(4), 1651-1660.
- (2014). Tuning of Antigen Sensitivity by T Cell Receptor-Dependent Negative Feedback Controls T Cell Effector Function in Inflamed Tissues. IMMUNITY. 40(2), 235-247.
- (2014). Visualization and dynamic analysis of host-pathogen interactions. CURRENT OPINION IN IMMUNOLOGY. 29, 8-15.
- (2013). Analysis of naive lung CD4 T cells provides evidence of functional lung to lymph node migration. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 110(5), 1821-1826.