Jingjing Meng
  • Department of Surgery, University of Minnesota Medical School, USA
Research focus
  • Immunology
Personal information


Ph.D. in Department of Pharmacology at University of Minnesota

Current position

Postdoctoral associate in Department of Surgery at University of Minnesota


  1. Banerjee, S., Sindberg, G., Wang, F., Meng, J., Sharma, U., Zhang, L., Dauer, P., Chen, C., Dalluge, J., Johnson, T. and Roy, S. (2016). Opioid-induced gut microbial disruption and bile dysregulation leads to gut barrier compromise and sustained systemic inflammation. Mucosal Immunol. In press.
  2. Jana, N., Vidhu, A., Raini, D., Zhang, L., Saluja, A., Meng, J., Lisa, K., Santanu, B. and Sabita, R. (2016). Differential effects of gram-positive and gram-negative bacterial products on morphine induced inhibition of phagocytosis. Sci Rep 6: 21094. In press.
  3. Meng, J., Banerjee, S., Li, D., Sindberg, G. M., Wang, F., Ma, J. and Roy, S. (2015). Opioid Exacerbation of Gram-positive sepsis, induced by Gut Microbial Modulation, is Rescued by IL-17A Neutralization. Sci Rep 5: 10918.
  4. Meng, J., Sindberg, G. M. and Roy, S. (2015). Disruption of gut homeostasis by opioids accelerates HIV disease progression. Front Microbiol 6: 643.
  5. Banerjee, S., Ninkovic, J., Meng, J., Sharma, U., Ma, J., Charboneau, R. and Roy, S. (2015). Morphine compromises bronchial epithelial TLR2/IL17R signaling crosstalk, necessary for lung IL17 homeostasis. Sci Rep 5: 11384.
  6. Ma, J., Wan, J., Meng, J., Banerjee, S., Ramakrishnan, S. and Roy, S. (2014). Methamphetamine induces autophagy as a pro-survival response against apoptotic endothelial cell death through the Kappa opioid receptor. Cell Death Dis 5: e1099.
  7. Meng, J., Yu, H., Ma, J., Wang, J., Banerjee, S., Charboneau, R., Barke, R. A. and Roy, S. (2013). Morphine induces bacterial translocation in mice by compromising intestinal barrier function in a TLR-dependent manner. PLoS One 8(1): e54040.
  8. Banerjee, S.*, Meng, J.*, Das, S., Krishnan, A., Haworth, J., Charboneau, R., Zeng, Y., Ramakrishnan, S. and Roy, S. (2013). Morphine induced exacerbation of sepsis is mediated by tempering endotoxin tolerance through modulation of miR-146a. Sci Rep 3: 1977. * Contribute equally
  9. Dutta, R., Krishnan, A., Meng, J., Das, S., Ma, J., Banerjee, S., Wang, J., Charboneau, R., Prakash, O., Barke, R. A. and Roy, S. (2012). Morphine modulation of toll-like receptors in microglial cells potentiates neuropathogenesis in a HIV-1 model of coinfection with pneumococcal pneumoniae. J Neurosci 32(29): 9917-9930.
  10. Roy, S., Ninkovic, J., Banerjee, S., Charboneau, R. G., Das, S., Dutta, R., Kirchner, V. A., Koodie, L., Ma, J., Meng, J. and Barke, R. A. (2011). Opioid drug abuse and modulation of immune function: consequences in the susceptibility to opportunistic infections. J Neuroimmune Pharmacol 6(4): 442-465.
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