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Gwen Randolph received her PhD in Cellular and Molecular Pathology from SUNY, Stonybrook, and completed post-doctoral training at the Rockefeller University and Cornell University Medical Center under the mentorship of Ralph Steinman and William Muller. She joined the faculty at Cornell/Weill Medical College Cornell, and then spent 11 years at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, before moving to Washington University in 2011, where she is now an endowed professor, and head of the immunology graduate program in the Department of Pathology and Immunology. Dr. Randolph has made many major contributions to our knowledge of dendritic cell (DC) and macrophage development, trafficking, and functions. While the breadth of her studies reflect her masterful knowledge in this field, she has developed a particular focus on DC and macrophage development and trafficking to lymph nodes across blood and lymphatic vessels, and the roles of DCs and monocyte/macrophages in the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis. Furthermore, she has pioneered studies exploring the cross-talk between immune cells and lymphatic vessels in the regulation of tissue inflammation and homeostasis by controlling the flux of cells and molecules out of tissues. Dr. Randolph is a creative and original scientist who will no doubt open your mind to these new and exciting areas of research.