Sarina Lowe

TITLE: Gastroenterology Fellow/Grad Student
M.D., NYU School of Medicine (2018)
B.A., Biology, Swarthmore College (2014)


As a gastroenterologist and aspiring physician-scientist, I am interested in elucidating the altered immune response underlying inflammatory bowel disease.


  • 2022 UCLA Gastroenterology T32 Research Award
  • 2018 Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society
  • 2015 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Summer Fellowship
  • 2013 Norman Meinkoth Premedical Research Fellowship


  • Lowe SC, Sauk JS, Limketkai BN, Kwaan MR. Declining rates of emergent surgery for inflammatory bowel disease in the era of biologic therapy. Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery.2021.
  • Lowe SC, Ream J, Hudesman D, Malter L, Bosworth B, Xia Y, Zhong H, Dane B, Megibow A, Chang S. A clinical and radiographic model to predict surgery for acute small bowel obstruction in Crohn’s disease. Abdominal Radiology.2020.
  • Escolano A, Stiechen JM, Dosenovic P, Kulp DW, Golijanin J, Sok D, Freund NT, Gitlin AD, Oliveira T, Araki T, Lowe S, Chen ST, Heinemann J, Yao KJ, Georgeson E, Saye-Francisco KL, Gazumyan A, Burton DR, Schief W, Nussenzweig MC. Sequential immunization elicits broadly neutralizing anti-HIV-1 antibodies in Ig knock-in mice. Cell. 2016.