Biography

Conner is a PhD student in Computational and Systems Biology. He is interested in applying single-cell genomics and computational methods to better understand infectious diseases. Conner grew up in the rainy and forested suburbs of Seattle, before moving to warmer climes to complete his undergraduate studies at Pomona College in Southern California. He obtained his bachelor’s in Chemistry but completed extensive coursework in mathematics and computer science. At the end of his undergraduate he moved to the UK to further his computational skills by completing a masters degree in computational biology at the University of Cambridge. Afterwards, he decided to see what the eastern coast of the US is all about and started his PhD at MIT. Thanks to his west coast upbringing, Conner loves the outdoors. His favorite activities include hiking, backpacking, climbing, running, biking, cooking, and writing.

Single-cell profiling of environmental enteropathy reveals signatures of epithelial remodeling and immune activation in severe disease
  • Kummerlowe et al.,
  • bioRxiv,
  • 2021
  • Genomics
  • Infectious Disease
  • Biology
  • Immunology
  • Conner Kummerlowe
  • Travis Hughes
  • Nolawit Mulugeta
  • Ira Fleming
  • Marko Vukovic
  • Benjamin Doran
  • José Ordovas-Montañes
  • Alex K. Shalek
Single-cell profiling of tuberculosis lung granulomas reveals functional lymphocyte signatures of bacterial control
  • Gideon et al.,
  • bioRxiv,
  • 2020
  • Immunology
  • Biology
  • Cell Atlas
  • Infectious Disease
  • Genomics
  • Travis Hughes
  • Marc Wadsworth II
  • Conner Kummerlowe
  • Sarah Nyquist
  • José Ordovas-Montañes
  • Alex K. Shalek