Cell & Molecular Biology Graduate Group

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The following labs are interested in parasitology:

David Artis Immunology and cell biology of parasitic helminth infections; regulation of innate and adaptive immunity in the gut
Dustin Brisson Disease ecology, molecular evolution, microbial ecology/ evolution, host-pathogen interaction
Jay Farrell Cellular immunology and immunopathology of cutaneous and visceral leishmaniasis
Doron Greenbaum Protease Function, P.falciparum (malaria), Chemical biology, Proteomics
Robert Greenberg Schistosoma, schistosomiasis, Platyhelminthes, ion channels, calcium channels, multidrug resistance proteins, molecular neurobiology, praziquantel
Christopher Hunter Immunity to Toxoplasma gondii; innate immunity; immunopathology
James Lok Strongyloides, Caenorhabditis, Dirofilaria, transcription factor, dauer, G protein, TGF beta, parasite, nematode.
Thomas Nolan Strongyloides stercoralis, parasite behavior, canine and feline parasites, Parasitology.
Michael Povelones Mosquito immunity to malaria parasites; Innate recognition of pathogens; Regulation of the immune response
Steven Reiner asymmetric cell division, stem cells, transcription, lymphocyte
David Roos Molecular parasitology, drug resistance, organellar targeting, eukaryotic evolution, pathogen genomics, database mining, computational biology, Toxoplasma, Plasmodium, malaria.
Phillip Scott parasites, Leishmania, T cells, Th1 cells, Th2 cells, memory T cells
Hao Shen Listeria, Ebola, T lymphocyte, bacterial pathogenesis, vaccine