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Name Interests Department
Anita AntesimmunologyDepartment of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Betsy BarnesVirology, Host Response, Therapeutics, Drug Design, Signal Transduction, Molecular Mechanisms of Cancer, Proteomics, Bioinformatics, Technology Solutions, DNA Damage, Repair and Radiation Response, Cancer Biology, ImmunologyDepartment of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Tessa BergsbakenMucosal Immunology, infectious disease, tissue-resident T cells, colorectal cancerOffice of Research
Diego CadavidNeuroinfectious diseases; Neuroimmunology; Blood-brain barrierDepartment of Neurology
David ChuImmunology; ocular inflammation; corneal neovascularization; ocular fibrogenesisDepartment of Ophthalmology & Visual Science
Nancy Connellantibacterial drug discovery; predatory bacteria; novel antimicrobial agents; infectious disease immunology; mycobacterium tuberculosis; Select Agents; pathogen-macrophage interactions ; pathogenic mechanisms; biodefense; biological arms control; responsible conduct of research; active learning methodologiesDepartment of Medicine
Stuart CookImmunology; Neuroscience; multiple sclerosis (MS); immunomodulation of MS; epidemiology of MSDepartment of Neurology
Richard EcknerEpigenetic Regulation of Cell Differentiation and Proliferation; stem cellsDepartment of Cell Biology & Molecular Medicine
Karen EdelblumMucosal immunology, Epithelial cell biology, Immunology, Gastrointestinal biology, InflammationCenter for Immunity and Inflammation
Jerrold EllnerImmunology;Infectious disease; innate immunity; tuberculosis and HIV infectionDepartment of Medicine
Eliseo EugeninNeuroscience, Virology, imaging, pathology, immunology and inflammationPublic Health Research Institute
Patricia Fitzgerald-BocarslyImmunology ; Pathogenic Mechanisms ; Infectious Disease; Cancer; dendritic cells; inteferon-gamma; Cellular Signal TransductionDepartment of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
William GauseImmunology; Infectious Disease; parasitic infections; Th2-based immune responses; Co-stimulatory molecules;Ag-specific T cell development; application of imaging technology; interleukin-4; interleukin-13; Pathogenic MechanismsDepartment of Medicine
Maria GennaroImmunology; tuberculosis; Th1 immunity; B-cell and T-cell epitopes; tuberculosis immunology in children; infectious diseasePublic Health Research Institute
James GuarreraTransplant Surgery Liver Transplant Surgery Hepatobiliary Surgery Liver Physiology Liver Cancer Transplant Immunology Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury Department of Surgery
George Haskoimmunology; adenosine receptors; inflammation; role of adenosine receptors in release of pro-inflammatory cytokinesDepartment of Surgery
Utz Herbigsignal transduction; cancer oncologyDepartment of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
Amjad Ilyas Neuroimmunology; Neuroscience; Guillain-Barre' syndrome; Autoimmune neuropathies, Neuropathties associated with paraproteinemia; animal models of autoimmune peripheral neuropathies; multiple sclerosisDepartment of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Gilla KaplanImmunology and pathogenesis of tuberculosis and leprosyPublic Health Research Institute
Sergei KotenkoVirology, Host Response, Therapeutics, Drug Design, Signal Transduction, Molecular Mechanism of Cancer, Cancer Biology, ImmunologyDepartment of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Yosuke KumamotoImmunology, Adaptive immunity, Inflammation, Dendritic cells, T cellsDepartment of Medicine
Deborah LazzarinoAdult stem cells in the mammary gland and other tissues play a role in oncogenesis. We are interested in the cellular and molecular events that regulate the growth and differentiation of mammary epithelial cells. In particular, we would like to pursue studies to aid in the identification and characterization of mammary stem cells in hopes of understanding the role they play in normal and disease states of the breast.Department of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
Samuel LeibovichImmunology; Toll-like receptors; Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor;(VEGF);Angiogenesis; Wound Repair ; CardioVascular Biology; Cancer; Cellular Signal TransductionDepartment of Cell Biology & Molecular Medicine
James OleskeThe practice and teaching of Pediatric Allergy, Immunology and Infectious Diseases and Pediatric Palliative and End of Life Care. Medical student, resident and fellow medical education and training; Clinical trails programs and Treatment guideline development, IRB professional and ethical issues in research. Department of Pediatrics
Andrew PachnerImmunology; Neuroscience; Infectious Disease; cytokine gene expression in nervous system inflammation and infection; importance of anti-cytokine responses in therapy of autoimmunity with recombinant cytokines Department of Neurology
Dane ParkerMicrobiology,immunology,infectious disease,host-pathogen interaction,Staphylococcus aureus,Acinetobacter baumannii,pneumonia,lung,skin,innate immunity,inteferonDepartment of Medicine
Richard PineImmunology; tuberculosis; type I/II interferons; host immunity to TB; interferon regulatory factorDepartment of Medicine
Nicholas PonzioImmunology;immunological mechanisms of autism; tumor immunity; adoptive immunotherapy; cancer immunotherapy; Th1/Th2 biology; cancerDepartment of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
Elizabeth RavecheImmunology; B cell apoptosis; interleukin-10; B cell malignancies; B cell growth factors in cancer; cancerDepartment of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
Ronald RescignoImmunology; ocular immunology; uveitis; inflammatory mediators in sarcoid uveitis; CMV retinitis; AIDS; ocular complications of HIV infectionDepartment of Ophthalmology & Visual Science
Gloria RodriguezThe main focus of the studies in my laboratory is the role of metal homeostasis in host-pathogen interactions. I am particularly interested in the effects of metal ion restriction resulting from nutritional immunity on the pathogenesis of M. tuberculosis (Mtb). My early training in bacteriology, cell biology and immunology, combined with over 25 years in the mycobacterial field, has given me the right foundation to study the biology of the tuberculous bacillus and the complex interplay between Mtb and its host. My group has significantly contributed to the current understanding of thPublic Health Research Institute
Christine Rohowsky-KochanCytokines; IL-17/IL-23 axis: T regulatory cells; neuroscience; neuroimmunology; multiple sclerosis; autismDepartment of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Padmini SalgameImmunology; Th1 immunity; tuberculosis; interleukin-12; T cell polarization; dendritic cells; Pathogenic Mechanisms; Infectious DiseaseDepartment of Medicine
Robert SchwartzKaposi's sarcoma, skin cancer, vitiligo, epidermal keratinocyte tumors, cutaneous markers of internal malignancy, dermatologic allergy and immunology, vitiligo, epidemiology, immunotherapy applications, Lyme Disease, acne, necrotizing fasciitis, melanoma, acanthosis nigricansDepartment of Medicine
Martin SchwarzImmunology; inflammation; arthritis; chemokines; chemokine receptors (CXCR2; CXCR3; CCR2; CCR7); pre-clinical drug development; interleukin-4;wound healing; cancer metastasis Office of Research
Mark SiracusaMy lab is interested in understanding how specialized innate immune cells direct the scope and intensity of Th2 cytokine-mediated inflammation in the context of helminth infections and allergic inflammation. Utilizing diverse animal models and translational approaches, my research is focused on examining the early cellular and molecular mechanisms that regulate the progression of inflammation at mucosal sites. Center for Immunity and Inflammation
Zoltan SpolaricsImmunology, Infection, Inflammation, Trauma, Genetic PolymorphismDepartment of Surgery
Vincent TsiagbeImmunologic mechanisms of endogenous retroviral superantigen-induced germinal center-derived B cell lymphomagenesis Immunologic mechanisms of bacteria-induced periodontal disease and bone resorptionGraduate School Of Biomedical Sciences Dental
Luis UlloaMy lab is interested in the physiological and cellular mechanisms that modulate the immune system based on the physiological needs. We are also interested in translating those physiological mechanisms in new therapeutic and pharmacological strategies for the treatment of infectious and inflammatory disorders. Department of Surgery
Vishwanath VenketaramanImmunology; innate immunity; tuberculosis; glutathione regulatory pathwaysDepartment of Medicine
Jason WeinsteinImmunology Autoimmunity Inflammation Humoral ResponsesDepartment of Medicine
Robert WiederTherapeutics, Drug Design, Signal Transduction, Molecular Mechanisms of Cancer, Clinical Trials, Cancer Biology, ImmunologyDepartment of Medicine
Lizhao WuWe are interested in understanding how various tumor suppressor and oncogenic signaling pathways impact on normal development and tumorigenesis. Both in vitro tissue/cell culture systems and in vivo mouse models are used.Department of Cell Biology & Molecular Medicine
George YapOur laboratory studies the role of cytokines in driving differentiation and function of effector T cells and investigates the intracellular mechanisms of resistance to Toxoplasma gondii parasites.Center for Immunity and Inflammation