Megan T. Baldridge Lab: The Baldridge Lab studies the interactions of the intestinal commensal microbiota with viral and bacterial pathogens.
Jacco Boon Lab: The Boon Lab is interested in understanding the mechanisms and determinants involved in pathogenesis of the influenza virus.
Michael S. Diamond Lab: The Diamond Lab focuses on the interface between viral pathogenesis and the host immune response in mosquito-borne human pathogens such as Zika, West Nile and Dengue virus.
James Fleckenstein Lab: The Fleckenstein Lab focuses on the molecular pathogenesis of enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC), a major cause of mortality in young children due to diarrheal illness in developing countries.
Daniel E. Goldberg Lab: The Goldberg Lab uses biochemical, genetic, genomic, cell biological and physiological approaches to study the malaria parasite.
Jeffrey P. Henderson Lab: The Henderson Lab uses interdisciplinary approaches to better understand infections caused by Gram negative bacteria and to identify new therapeutic strategies.
Robyn Klein Lab: The Klein Lab focuses on the pathogenesis of neuroinflammatory diseases of the central nervous system (CNS).
Jennie H. Kwon Lab: The Kwon lab is devoted to exploring novel and practical techniques to improve methods to detect, prevent, and treat antimicrobial resistance in the human and environmental microbiome.
George B. Kyei Lab: The Kyei Lab is focused on characterizing the HIV reservoir and HIV replication, as well as identifying the molecular factors required for HIV reactivation in latently infected.
Daisy W. Leung Lab: The Leung Lab is focused on understanding mechanisms regulating interactions between non-segmented, negative strand RNA viruses and host proteins that can be targeted therapeutically.
Mark J. Miller Lab: The Miller Lab uses advanced imaging approaches to study the cellular mechanisms of immunity during infection and inflammation.
Makedonka Mitreva Lab: The Mitreva Lab focuses on the development of new and existing computational tools to enable structural and functional characterization of microbial systems and communities.
Jennifer A. Philips Lab: The Philips Lab is studying the molecular mechanisms of tuberculosis to better understand host immunity and bacterial pathogenesis.
Liang Shan, PhD Lab: His current research focuses on immune response to HIV-1infection. He uses humanized mouse models to develop vaccination strategies to target HIV-1 latent reservoir.
Jonathan Sheehan Lab: Personalized Structural Biology to help biomedical researchers approach their question from a molecular viewpoint. I can contribute a mechanistic hypothesis, structural analysis, or the interpretation of experimental results in the context of a protein’s structure-function relationship.
Chen Shen, PhD Lab: The Shen lab uses structural and biochemical tools to study the host-pathogens interactions, with an emphasis on the roles of pattern recognition receptors in immune recognition, immune evasion, and infection-induced chronic diseases.
Eva-Maria Strauch Lab: We are using both computational and experimental methodologies to understand, inhibit and re-purpose biological processes on the protein level. Our main focus is on how to diagnose, prevent and treat viral infections with the aim to generate new anti-virals and candidates for vaccination through protein design.
Gary J. Weil Lab: The Weil Lab is devoted to research on filarial nematode parasites that cause important diseases in animals and humans (lymphatic filariasis and onchocerciasis), mainly in the tropics.