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The Jean-Paul Achkar lab focuses on translational inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) genetics studies and clinical projects.
The Mark Aronica lab studies the role of the extracellular matric in the development and pathogeneis of asthma.
The Kewal Asosingh lab studies asthma and pulmonary arterial hypertension.
The William Baldwin lab studies how antibodies alter lymphocyte responses, informing vascular pathology research.
The Jayati Basu lab studies the development and biology of innate and adaptive immune cells.
The Leslie Bruggeman lab investigates the molecular and cellular biology of chronic kidney disease.
The Suzy Comhair lab focuses on the translational investigation of airway inflammation and oxidative stress in asthma.
The Gail Cresci lab investigates gut microbiota, targeting alterations in metabolic byproducts and gut dysbiosis.
The Dasarathy lab studies how to best manage care for patients who are waiting for or have received liver transplants.
The Carol de la Motte lab investigates innate mechanisms of intestinal protection that lead to disease if dysregulated.
The Raed Dweik lab studies how nitric oxide and other markers in exhaled breath affect lung physiology and disease.
The Serpil Erzurum lab explores mechanisms that cause and perpetuate lung inflammation and remodeling and lead to lung disease.
The Robert Fairchild lab studies innate and adaptive immune mechanisms in contact hypersensitivity and organ transplant.
The James Finke lab investigates mechanisms by which the tumor microenvironment affects T cell immunity in cancer.
The Fiocchi lab studies the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn\'s disease and ulcerative colitis.
The Brian Gaudette lab studies how metabolism affects plasma cell differentiation and survival.
The Arnab Ghosh lab studies how cardiopulmonary diseases and inflammatory myopathies may affect hemeprotein maturation.
The Neetu Gupta lab studies mechanisms of B cell activation that regulate humoral immunity and B cell-mediated diseases.
The Thomas Hamilton lab studies how inducible gene expression is controlled during different phases of inflammation.
The Andrei Ivanov lab studies how actin and myosin influence junction integrity and wound healing in the intestines.
The Trine Jorgensen lab investigates the effects of sex hormones on the immune system in lupus-like disease.
The Feng Lin lab studies complement activation and regulation in diseases like multiple sclerosis and myasenthia gravis.
The Caini Liu lab studies the role of cytokine signaling in airway diseases in search of new therapeutics for asthma.
The Michelle Longworth lab studies how changes to DNA organization in a cell's nucleus impacts development and disease.
The Kenneth McCurry lab studies the mechanisms that cause complications after lung transplants.
The Christine McDonald lab studies how disruptions in immune response contribue to Crohn's disease.
The Jeannette Messer lab investigates the role of gut microbes in chronic inflammatory diseases.
The Laura Nagy lab studies how chronic alcohol consumption contributes to liver disease and diabetes.
The Mitchell Olman lab studies the causes of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis in hopes of developing disease treatments.
The John O'Toole lab studies mitochondrial diseases caused by mutations in the nuclear or mitochondrial genomes.
The Eugene Podrez lab explores how inflammation and oxidative stress contribute to atherosclerosis and thrombosis.
The Rezaee lab studies the impact of viral infection and environmental factors on airway epithelium and inflammation.
The Florian Rieder lab studies mechanisms of intestinal fibrogenesis towards new inflammatory bowel disease treatments.
The Kurt Runge lab studies telomeres and DNA breaks and how they contribute to cell function and disease.
The Sakaguchi lab studies the pathogenesis of liver diseases like biliary atresia and nonalcoholic steatohepatitis.
The Rachel Scheraga lab studies mechanosensitive receptors in the treatment of respiratory distress syndrome.
The Andrea Schlegel lab studies the role of mitochondria in transplantation and other diseases.
The John Sedor lab studies the molecular and genetic bases of kidney disease to develop new therapies and diagnostics.
The Ganes Sen lab investigates how mammals sense and respond to viral infections, particularly the interferon system.
The Brian Southern lab studies mechanotransduction signaling in pulmonary fibrosis.
The Thaddeus Stappenbeck lab studies factors that impact inflammation and wound repair and cause inflammatory bowel disease.
The J. Michael Stolley Lab conducts research at the confluence of immunology and oral biology.
The Dennis Stuehr lab studies how nitric oxide biosynthesis impacts cell function and disease.
The Charles Tannenbaum lab studies tumor-induced immune suppression.
The Adriano Tonelli lab studies the pathobiology of pulmonary arterial hypertension to identify new therapeutic targets.
The Vidula Vachharajani lab investigates immuno-metabolic response in sepsis and septic shock with specific interest in the role of sirtuin nutrient sensors.
The Anna Valujskikh lab studies the immunobiology of memory CD4 T cells in the context of organ transplant.