Dr. Alain R. Bonny, MA, PhD

Engagement Speaker Info:

Dr. Alain Bonny is joining our VBRC group on Thursday, July 1st at 10:15AM PST to discuss the “How do vaccines work?”

2021 Summer VBRC

Rockefeller Post-Doc Associate

Working out of the Fuchs lab, Dr. Bonny is interested in understanding the intercellular signaling that mediates the coordination between the resolution of inflammation and re-epithelialization during skin wound healing.

Research Portfolio

Dr. Bonny’s research pursues answering fundamental questions surrounding how dynamic processes interact with and between cells, and how these actions influence cellular decision making.

Throughout my training, I have sought to work at the interface of research, education and mentorship. As a high school educator, I worked to promote an inclusive, rigorous and social justice -oriented learning environment for my students.

Throughout my training, I have sought to work at the interface of research, education and mentorship. As a high school educator, I worked to promote an inclusive, rigorous and social justice -oriented learning environment for my students.

Scientist

Scientist

My cross training investigating systems-level questions and tool development leaves me well position to approach questions in how dynamic processes, such as inflammation and re-epithelization during wound repair, are coordinated in time and space.