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Zeng

The Zeng laboratory at Weill Cornell is focused on investigating the role of the gut microbiome and diets in maternal-fetal/neonatal immune crosstalk and immune response in pregnant women and newborns. Ongoing studies in our ...
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Mason

The Mason laboratory develops and deploys computational and experimental methodologies to identify the functional genetic elements of the human genome and metagenome. To do this, we perform research in three principal areas: (1) molecular ...
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Whittaker

Gary Whittaker

The structure and function of viral envelope proteins, how genomic mutations lead to changes in the envelope proteins and control viral pathogenesis in influenza viruses and coronaviruses,SARS-CoV, MERS-CoV and feline coronaviruses; novel vaccines and ...
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Singh

Professor Ankur Singh

Our research effort centers on creating functional “living” immune tissues as organoids or on-chip to recapitulate selective aspects of lymph nodes. the engineered tissues communicate dynamically with human and mouse immune cells and using ...
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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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Van de Walle

Gerlinde Van de Walle

The objective of Dr. Gerlinde Van de Walle’s research is to open up new avenues towards therapeutic intervention by better understanding the pathogenesis of diseases important to veterinary and human medicine. To this end, ...
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Mehta

Saurabh Mehta

Given that a) the majority of the world is either over- or under-nourished; and b) diet and nutrition-related factors represent the largest proportion of risk factors for global mortality and morbidity, we often use ...
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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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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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McGraw

Insulin regulates the storage of dietary glucose by stimulating its uptake into muscle and fat. Insulin increases glucose uptake into these cells by recruiting vesicles containing the GLUT4 glucose transporter to the cell surface. ...
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