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Anandasabapathy

Our laboratory studies “tissue homeostasis” the deliberate and balanced equilibrium that the immune system must achieve in order to both enforce self-tolerance to our own tissues, while at the same time remaining poised to ...
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White

We are interested in the role of the immune system in the initiation, progress and recurrence of skin cancer.

Cubillos-Ruiz

Research in the Cubillos-Ruiz lab aims at understanding how Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER) stress responses sculpt immune cell function in health and disease. Our lab focuses on uncovering and characterizing the immunometabolic and epigenetic programs ...
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Marciscano

Dr. Marciscano is currently a faculty member at Weill Cornell Medicine as Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology. In his current role, he serves as Director of Radiation Therapy Preclinical Core (RTPC) and runs a ...
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Danko

We study how gene expression patterns are encoded in Metazoan DNA sequence, and how these patterns contribute to evolution, development, and disease.

Mosquera

I am a Board Certified Pathologist in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, with expertise in genitourinary pathology and interest in molecular genomics and soft tissue pathology. My research endeavors revolve around the development and validation ...
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Yen

Regulation of Myelo- monopoiesis by chemo lines and hormones including retinoic acid

Sonnenberg

Gregory Sonnenberg

The focus and long-term research goals of the Sonnenberg Laboratory are to interrogate the mechanisms that maintain a state of health in the human gastrointestinal tract. Ongoing research in the Sonnenberg Laboratory aims to ...
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Stokol

Tracy Stokol

I work on links between hemostasis, immunity and cancer and infectious diseases, particularly equine herpes virus type-1 in horses.