Emily Barrett, Ph.D.
Obstetrics & GynecologyHow environmental exposures across the life course affect reproductive function
Danielle Benoit, Ph.D.
Biomedical EngineeringResearch projects are at the interface of medicine and engineering, with an emphasis on precisely controlling biomaterial functionality and architecture to treat diseases, control cell behavior, or answer fundamental biological questions.
Deborah Cory-Slechta, Ph.D.
Environmental MedicineUnderstanding the contribution of environmental chemical exposures to human diseases and disorders of the nervous system.
Philip Davidson, Ph.D.
PediatricsAging and Developmental Disabilities; Behavior Disorders; and Neurotoxicants and Development.
Lisa A. DeLouise, Ph.D., M.P.D.
DermatologyNanotoxicology and skin immune responses
Alison Elder, Ph.D.
Environmental MedicineToxicology of Inhaled Ultrafine Particles and Engineered Nanomaterials
Jacob N. Finkelstein, Ph.D.
PediatricsThe role of the alveolar epithelium in modulating the pulmonary injury response to physiological and toxicological stimuli.
Mark Frampton, M.D.
MedicineEffects of particle exposure on lung function, airway inflammation, and cardiovascular function.
Steve Georas, M.D.
MedicineRegulation of airway immune responses by respiratory viruses, allergens, and pollutants
Jill Halterman, M.D., M.P.H.
PediatricsAsthma and Improving quality of care
Jill Halterman Lab
Elaine Hill, Ph.D.
Public Health SciencesEarly origins research, linking in utero environment to later life health and educational attainment
Ollivier Hyrien, Ph.D.
Biostatistics & Computational BiologyStochastic processes and their biological applications
Brent Johnson, Ph.D.
Biostatistics & Computational BiologyStatistical methodology for biomedical and public health applications including semi-parametric and non-parametric methods in missing data problems, measurement error, and survival analysis.
Todd A. Jusko, Ph.D.
Department of Public Health SciencesHow environmental chemicals contribute to adverse immunological development over the entire lifespan.
Karl D. Kieburtz, M.D., M.P.H.
NeurologyNeurodegenerative diseases affecting the basal ganglia, particularly Parkinson disease, Huntington disease, and HIV related neurologic disorders
Katrina Korfmacher, Ph.D.
Environmental MedicineCommunity outreach and engagement, role of science in public decision-making
Department of Public Health Sciences
B. Paige Lawrence, Ph.D.
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Environmental MedicineEnvironmental signaling, immune function, and cellular development
Tanzy Love, Ph.D.
Biostatistics & Computational BiologyFinding hidden groups and their meanings; latent variable modeling; methods and techniques for Bayesian solutions.
Mahin Maines, Ph.D.
Biochemistry & BiophysicsHeme oxygenases and second messenger gases: CO and NO.
Thomas Mariani, Ph.D.
PediatricsSystems Biology of Lung Development and Disease
Dina G. Markowitz, Ph.D.
Margot Mayer-Pröschel, Ph.D.
Biomedical GeneticsStem Cells in the mammalian CNS / Gestational insults and embryonic CNS development / Astrocyte dysfunction
Robert A. Mooney, Ph.D.
Pathology & Laboratory MedicineBone diseases, particularly osteoporosis and osteoarthritis
Gary J. Myers, M.D.
NeurologyEnvironmental toxins, specifically mercury; methyl mercury exposure
Mark Noble, Ph.D.
Biomedical GeneticsNeural Diseases and Neoplasia
M. Kerry O'Banion, M.D., Ph.D.
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NeuroscienceNeuroinflammation in Alzheimer's disease and brain radiation injury
Michael A. O'Reilly, Ph.D.
PediatricsDevelopmental Biology of the Lung
David Oakes, Ph.D.
Günter Oberdörster, D.V.M., Ph.D.
Environmental MedicineBiokinetics, Effects and Mechanisms of Inhaled Micro- and Nano- Particles: Dosimetry, Risk Extrapolation and Risk Assessment
Richard Phipps, Ph.D.
Environmental MedicineControl of normal and malignant B lymphocyte activation, cellular and molecular characterization of fibroblasts as mediators of inflammation, wound healing and fibrosis, Graves ophthalmopathy, and platelet biology.
Gloria S. Pryhuber, M.D.
PediatricsThe Pryhuber lab is currently focused on three NIH funded studies, the Prematurity and Respiratory Outcomes Program, the Respiratory Pathogens Research Center study of longitudinal respiratory and gut microbiome development, lymphocyte maturity, viral infections and respiratory outcomes at 3 years of age in preterm and full term infants, and most recently, providing the Human Tissue Core for the Lung Molecular Atlas Program.
J. Edward Puzas, Ph.D.
OrthopaedicsMolecular and Cellular Biology of the Skeletal System
Arshad Rahman, Ph.D.
PediatricsSignaling Mechanisms of Endothelial ICAM-1 Expression; Neutrophil-mediated Lung Injury
Arshad Rahman Lab
Irfan Rahman, Ph.D.
Environmental MedicineOxidative stress, Inflammation, Epigenetics and Cellular Senescence by inhaled toxicants
Irfan Rahman Lab
Matthew D. Rand, Ph.D.
Environmental MedicineNeural developmental toxicity of methylmercury.
David Rich, Sc.D., M.P.H.
Department of Public Health Sciences
Patricia Sime, M.D.
MedicineModulation of Pulmonary Inflammation using Gene Transfer Techniques
Martha Susiarjo, Ph.D.
Sally Thurston, Ph.D.
Biostatistics & Computational BiologyBayesian inference, modeling multiple outcomes, correction for measurement error bias, informative prior specification, latent variable models, and environmental health applications.
David Topham, Ph.D.
Microbiology & ImmunologyT Cell Immunity Against Respiratory Viruses
Program for Advanced Immune Bioimaging
Mark Utell, M.D.
Edwin Van Wijngaarden, Ph.D., M.Sc.
EpidemiologyOccupational and environmental epidemiology, cancer epidemiology
Gene Watson, D.D.S., Ph.D.
Eastman Institute for Oral Health
Jacqueline Patricia Williams, Ph.D.
Environmental MedicineRadiation Biology
Jacqueline Williams Lab
Wojciech Zareba, M.D., Ph.D.
MedicineRisk stratification of cardiac death and on clinical usefulness and prognostic significance of ECG parameters
Michael John Zuscik, Ph.D.
OrthopaedicsContribution of chondrogenesis and chondrocyte differentiation to the process of fracture repair and the study of the behavior of the articular chondrocyte under normal conditions in healthy joints and during pathologic situations