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Ong

Anthony Ong

Ong’s current research interests include the social determinants of health in later adulthood, particularly the role of social isolation and loneliness; the pathways linking positive emotions to quality living and health morbidities in both ...
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Parker

John Parker

My lab is interested in host-cell-virus interactions. We primarily study mammalian orthoreoviruses. Current projects include: mechanisms of viral compartmentalization and commandeering of the host translational machinery; viral mechanisms of counteracting the innate immune response; ...
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Parrish

Colin Parrish

We study viruses of animals, focusing on those that have jumped from one host to another. The main subjects of study include the canine parvovirus, which emerged in 1978 to cause a pandemic in ...
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Ren

I am interested in the interaction between the immune and endocrine systems, in particular how tissue-specific immune cells in reproductive and endocrine tissues regulate hormone production and action.

Rudd

Brian Rudd

My lab is focused on understanding basic principles of immunity against infection and age-related changes that alter immune responses in early life. We also are interested in determining how environmental factors (maternal diet, microbiome, ...
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Russell

David Russell

We study the biology of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and HIV-1 infections in the context of our evolving appreciation of myeloid cell heterogeneity in vivo. Our studies extend to human subject analysis in Malawi and South ...
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Schaffer

Chris Schaffer

My lab develops and uses advanced optical techniques to observe and manipulate in vivo biological systems, with the goal of constructing a microscopic-scale understanding of normal and disease-state physiological processes in the central nervous ...
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Schimenti

John Schementi

My lab studies mechanisms of genome maintenance and consequences of genome instability. Such consequences include cancer, cellular senescence, impacts on stem cells, and lethal levels of inflammation.

Lin

Hening Lin

My lab tries to understand regulatory mechanisms of protein function, such as protein post-translational modifications and allosteric modulation, and to use the understanding to develop potential therapeutics for treating human diseases, including immune diseases.

Loftus

John Loftus

My lab is currently focused on two areas of immunology, canine immune mediated disease and aging of the immune system. We are particularly interested in identifying mechanistic biomarkers to help improve, diagnosis, prognosis and ...
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