Medical Scientist Training Program

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Tyce Kearl

Research Interests

  • Cancer immunotherapy and tumor-mediated mechanisms of immunosuppression
  • Advisor: Bryon Johnson PhD, Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics


  • B.A. 2006, Utah State University
    • Major: Biology with a Molecular and Cellular Biology Emphasis

Research Experience

  • Utah State University, 2003-2006
    • Advisor: Dr. Peter Ruben
    • Project: Protein Kinase A’s effects on slow inactivation of cardiac voltage-gated sodium channels
  • Medical College of Wisconsin, 2006-present
    • Advisor: Dr. Bryon Johnson
    • Project: The role of T cell-expressed indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase in tumor-mediated immunosuppression


  • Dice MS, Kearl T, Ruben PC. 2006. Methods for studying voltage-gated sodium channels in heterologous expression systems. Methods Mol Med; 129:163-85.


  • mountain biking, woodworking, and being a tickle monster/bronco/rocket launcher/pitcher/storyteller/trailguide for my kids
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