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Lammerding

Jan Lammerding

The research in the Lammerding laboratory is focused on developing novel experimental techniques to investigate the interplay between cellular mechanics and function, with a particular emphasis on the cell nucleus and its response to ...
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Lazzaro

Brian Lazzaro

Research in my group is focused on the evolutionary genomics of insect-pathogen interactions, emphasizing such questions as how natural selection operates on host immune systems, why individuals vary in susceptibility or resistance to infection, ...
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Leifer

Cynthia Leifer

There is a fine balance between appropriate, host-protective, immune responses and dysregulated autoimmune and pathologic inflammation. The Leifer lab investigates how immune responses are induced and regulated with the hope of developing treatments to ...
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Lejeune

Manigandan Lejeune

Studying host-parasite interactions that involves disciplines like pathology, immunology, molecular biology and gastroenterology. Developing diagnostics for veterinary parasites/pathogens. Studying biodiversity of parasites of North American wildlife.

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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Ma

Our lab is interested in developing advanced biomaterials for agricultural and biomedical applications with a particular focus on cell replacement therapies for type 1 diabetes (T1D). Most of our work, ranging from material synthesis ...
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Mao

Yuxin Mao

Our lab studies Legionella infection and host interaction. Legionella are mainly environmental bacteria. Several species, in particular L. pneumophila and L. longbeachae, are pathogenic to humans Due to the development of artificial water systems, ...
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Huang

Weishan Huang

We are interested in the genetic and environmental factors that regulate regulatory lymphocyte development and function, and how they interact to regulate immune homeostasis.

Hume

Kelly Hume

My research can be grouped into 3 broad categories: i) defining the role of DNA damage response mechanisms (DDR) in tumorigenesis and chemosensitivity as a means to identify biomarkers and therapeutic targets, ii) repurposing ...
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