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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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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.

Shen

Wen Shen

The Shen Lab lab investigates the genetic, epigenetic and metabolic mechanisms of cancer evolution. Our research is focused on understanding the role of PTEN in protecting the genome, maintaining chromatin architecture, suppressing tumorigenesis, and ...
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Nishimura

Nozomi Nishimura

I develop optical tools for imaging the behavior of cells within in vivo preparations. I apply these tools in many systems, but have particular interests in studying the effects of microvascular dysfunction in the ...
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Barrat

Franck Barat

The main interest of the lab is centered on the basic understanding of nucleic acid recognition in autoimmunity and in particular on the potential clinical benefit of interfering with TLR signaling in human diseases. ...
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Blander

Professor Julie Magarian Blander

The Blander Laboratory studies the mechanisms by which the innate immune system detects and responds to perturbations in homeostasis at the molecular, cellular and organismal level. We study these responses in the context of ...
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Cheong

Soon Hon Cheong

My lab is interested in using comparative approaches to advance reproductive medicine including infectious diseases, reproductive immunology, microbiome of the reproductive system, and the effects on the early neonatal period.