RESEARCH LABS

Roth Lab

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Principal Investigator: David B. Roth, MD, PhD

DNA Repair, Cancer Genetics, and Cancer Genomics
Understanding DNA double-strand break repair and genome rearrangements through V(D)J recombination

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Research Labs

Allman Lab

Mechanisms underlying differentiation within the B cell lineage
Principal Investigator: David Michael Allman, PhD

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Argon Lab

Functions of molecular chaperones in modulating cell surface receptors and secreted proteins
Principal Investigator: Yair Argon, PhD

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Ballatore Lab

Neurodegenerative diseases
Investigator: Carlo Ballatore, PhD

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Bassing Lab

DNA repair, genomic instability, cancer, lymphocyte development, V(D)J recombination, class switch recombination, auto-immunity
Principal Investigator: Craig H. Bassing, PhD

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Bdeir Lab

Role of plasminogen activators and neutrophil-defensins in the development of atherosclerosis, angiogenesis and acute lung injury and the mechanism of these effects using in-vitro and in-vivo models
Investigator: Khalil Bdeir, PhD

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Boyer Lab

Cellular immune response in chronic infections such as HPV, HCV and HIV-1
Investigator: Jean D. Boyer, PhD

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Brunden Lab

Identification of therapeutic targets and treatments for Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and other neurodegenerative diseases
Investigator: Kurt R. Brunden, PhD

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Burkhardt Lab

Regulation of cytoskeletal dynamics in T cells and dendritic cells, and cytoskeletal control of the immune response
Principal Investigator: Janis K. Burkhardt, PhD

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Cancro Lab

The Cancro laboratory is currently pursuing studies focused on mechanisms of B cell homeostasis and how these impact autoimmunity and aging. These have led to the characterization of a novel receptor for BLyS, a TNF family member that controls B cell numbers and determines the stringency of B cell selection.
Principal Investigator: Michael Cancro, PhD

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Chen Lab

Gene therapy, autoimmune diseases, cancer, immunity, inflammation, apoptosis, and therapeutics
Principal Investigator: Youhai H. Chen, MD, PhD

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Choi Lab

Molecular analysis of the osteoimmune system
Principal Investigator: Yongwon Choi, PhD

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Chou Lab

Mechanisms underlying malignant transformation
Principal Investigator: Margaret M. Chou, PhD

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Cines Lab

Thrombosis, fibrinolysis, vascular biology, immunohematology
Principal Investigator: Douglas Cines, MD

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Conlin Lab

Genetics and Gene Regulation
Principal Investigator: Laura K. Conlin, PhD

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Davies Lab

Biomechanics in Vascular Biology/Pathology, Hemodynamics and Atherosclerosis, Stents, Cytoskeletal and membrane biophysics
Principal Investigator: Peter F. Davies, PhD

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Doms Lab

Research in the Doms lab utilizes a wide array of cell biological, biochemical, genetic, and immunological techniques to study membrane proteins important in HIV/AIDS pathogenesis as well as relatively new research projects on Rift Valley Fever virus and other members of the bunyavirus family in which we seek to identify host cell pathways that are used by these viruses to infect cells.
Principal Investigator: Robert W. Doms, MD, PhD

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Eisinger Lab

The role of the Hippo pathway in soft tissue sarcomas; Mechanisms of sarcoma metastasis
Principal Investigator: Karen Eisinger, PhD

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Elenitoba-Johnson Lab

Pathogenesis of human malignant lymphomas; biomarker discovery by genomic and proteomic profiling
Principal Investigator: Kojo Elenitoba-Johnson, MD

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Faryabi Lab

Genome-wide signatures of replicative stress and the contributions of replication stress-induced genomic lesions to hematological malignancies
Principal Investigator: Robert Babak Faryabi, PhD

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