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Diel de Amorim

My lab focuses its research on the maintenance of the regulation of the luteal cells during pregnancy and also the endometrial receptivity to the embryo and how inflammation influences pregnancy maintenance in the horse.

Beker Aydemir

Aydemir Lab’s overall research interests centered on studying the metabolism, function, and toxicity of manganese and zinc using both in vitro and in vivo transgenic mouse model systems.

Sleckman

Barry Sleckman

Development of the adaptive immune response and integration of DNA damage responses and immune responses.

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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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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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.

Salmon

Jane Salmon

The goal of Dr. Salmon’s research is to identify predictors and determinants of disease phenotype in systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) and related diseases, and to thereby identify targets for therapy. In SLE and other ...
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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.

Josefowicz

Steven Josefowicz

(1) Histone functional genetic models to study epigenetic regulation of mouse hematopoiesis and immune cell development. (2) Mechanisms and function of epigenetic memory of inflammation in hematopoietic stem cells. (3) “Signaling to chromatin” and ...
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