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Cynthia Baldwin


Cynthia Baldwin


University of Massachusetts Amherst

Cynthia Baldwin is a Professor at the University of Massachusetts Amherstopens in new tab/window and has been an investigator in that area of immunology for over 30 years, receiving her PhD from Cornell Universityopens in new tab/window. Her research has focused on cellular responses to bacterial and protozoan pathogens of humans and livestock. Cynthia is a long-serving Editor-in-Chief of Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology, a journal for comparative immunology. She also serves as a Jefferson Science Fellow at the US Department of State in Washington, DC. She is currently the Principal Investigator on federally-funded grants including one from the National Institute of Food and Agricultureopens in new tab/window (NIFA) and the National Institutes of Health that has the goal of using large animal models of disease for the benefit of humans and livestock.