Yousef Abu Kwaik, Ph.D.
Manipulation and exploitation of the host cell biology by intracellular bacterial pathogens
Pascale Alard, Ph.D.
Molecular and cellular regulation of autoimmune diabetes and lupus: modulation of the gut microbiota and administration of natural anti-inflammatory compounds.
Haribabu Bodduluri, Ph.D.
Signal transduction, leukotriene receptors in inflammation and host response.
Carolyn Casella, PhD
Understanding vaccine adjuvants
Donghoon Chung, Ph.D.
RNA virus replication and antiviral discovery
Nejat K. Egilmez, Ph.D.
Immunity in tumor suppression and progression.
James E. Graham, Ph.D.
Global analysis of bacterial gene expression, Microbial adaptive responses and infectious disease pathogenesis.
Venkatakrishna R. Jala, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, term
Structure-Function relationships of G-protein coupled receptors and their role in the development of inflammatory diseases.
Michele M. Kosiewicz, Ph.D.
Immunoregulation, Tolerance, Autoimmunity and Microbiota
Matthew B. Lawrenz, Ph.D.
Host-pathogen interactions, identification of bacterial virulence factors, regulation of virulence factors in bacteria
Richard D. Miller, Ph.D.
Environmental microbiology and public health. Legionella pneumophila and Legionnaires’ disease
Thomas C. Mitchell, Ph.D.
Molecular biology of T Cells in infection and autoimmunity
Carolyn Roberson, PhD
Medical Education and Faculty Development
Russell D. Salter, Ph.D.
Associate Dean for Graduate and Post-Doctoral Studies
Biology of cytokines involved in inflammation
Nathan Schmidt, Ph.D.
Malaria immunology and pathology
Haval Shirwan, Ph.D.
Development of vaccines for the treatment of allo/xenogeneic graft rejection, Type 1 diabetes, and cancer
Kevin Sokoloski, Ph.D.
Characterizing the role(s), and biological significance, of host factors on viral RNA function throughout the viral life-cycle, from entry to exit.
Uldis N. Streips, Ph.D.
Physiology and genetics of prokaryotic stress responses
Jonathan Warawa, Ph.D.
Imaging and pathogenesis of pulmonary bacterial pathogens using animal models.
Esma Shirwan Yolcu, Ph.D.
Tolerance to auto and alloantigens for the purpose of treating diabetes and preventing allograft rejection
Huang-Ge Zhang, Ph.D.
Autoimmune Diseases and Cancer Immunology
Regulation of leukocyte inflammatory function in autoimmune disease and cancer