Daniel Caron


Microbiology and Immunology Graduate Research Assistant (PhD)

Daniel is a PhD candidate co-mentored by Drs. Donna Farber and Peter Sims. He is primarily interested in investigating how tissue specificity affects macrophages and monocytes in humans, as well as developing new computational tools for analysis of multimodal single-cell datasets.

Education History

BS, Tufts University- Biology


*equal contribution

Wells SB*, Rainbow DB*, Mark M*, Szabo PA*, Ergen C*, Maceiras AR*, Caron DP, Rahmani E, Benuck E, Amiri VVP, Chen D, Wagner A, Howlett SK, Jarvis LB, Ellis KL, Kubota M, Matsumoto R, Mahbubani K, Saeb-Parsy K, Dominguez-Conde C, Richardson L, Xu C, Li S, Mamanova L, Bolt L, Wilk A, Teichmann SA, Farber DL, Sims PA, Jones JL, Yosef N. Multimodal profiling reveals tissue-directed signatures of human immune cells altered with age. bioRxiv. 2024

Caron DP, Specht WL, Chen D, Wells SB, Szabo PA, Jensen IJ, Farber DL, Sims PA. Multimodal hierarchical classification of CITE-seq data delineates immune cell states across lineages and tissues. bioRxiv. 2023 Jul 7;2023.07.06.547944.

Poon MML*, Caron DP*, Wang Z, Wells SB, Chen D, Meng W, Szabo PA, Lam N, Kubota M, Matsumoto R, Rahman A, Luning Prak ET, Shen Y, Sims PA, Farber DL. Tissue adaptation and clonal segregation of human memory T cells in barrier sites. Nat Immunol. 2023 Feb;24(2):309–19.         

Ural BB, Caron DP, Dogra P, Wells SB, Szabo PA, Granot T, Senda T, Poon MML, Lam N, Thapa P, Lee YS, Kubota M, Matsumoto R, Farber DL. Inhaled particulate accumulation with age impairs immune function and architecture in human lung lymph nodes. Nat Med. 2022 Dec;28(12):2622–32