Laboratories by Department/Center

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Aab Cardiovascular Research Institute

  • Abe LabAtherosclerosis and Myocardial Infarction
  • Berk LabCells in the Vascular Wall and Their Response to Hemodynamic and Hormonal Stimuli
  • Fujiwara LabMechanosignaling by Vascular Endothelial Cells
  • Jin LabMolecular Regulation of Vascular Endothelial Function
  • Korshunov LabVascular Remodeling
  • Lopes LabRegulation of the Slow Delayed Rectifier-like Current (IKs) in the Heart and the Pathogenesis of the Long QT (LQT1) Syndrome
  • Lowenstein LabMechanisms of Vascular Inflammation
  • Miano LabExpression Regulation and Biology of Genes Cloned from Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells
  • Morrell LabFunction of Platelets: Hemostastis/Thrombosis and Immune Regulatory Function
  • R. James White LabVascular Biology of Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension (PAH)
  • Small LabUnderstanding how a cell can interpret biomechanical and humoral signals and activate a discrete transcriptional program during development or in response to injury.
  • Sottile LabMechanisms That Control Extracellular Matrix Remodeling
  • Taubman LabThe Role of Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells in Regulating Inflammation and Thrombosis in the Arterial Wall
  • Yan LabRegulation and Function of Cyclic Nucleotide Phosphodiesterases in the Cardiovascular System

Anesthesiology

Autoimmunity Centers of Excellence

  • Anolik LabRole of B Cells in the Pathophysiology of Systemic Lupus and Related Autoimmune Diseases
  • Fowell LabRegulation of Immunity
  • Mosmann LabTh1 and Th2 Subsets of CD4+ T Cells

Balance Disorders and Dizziness Clinic

Biochemistry & Biophysics

  • Dumont LabSignal Transduction; Membrane Protein Structure, Yeast Molecular Biology
  • Ermolenko LabMechanism of Protein Synthesis
  • Fay LabHuman Factor VIII Structure & Function
  • Grayhack LabThe Roles of the Genetic Code in Translation
  • Grossfield LabComputer Modeling to Understand Structure and Thermodynamics of Biological Molecules
  • Hagen LabComprehensive Functional Genomics Screen of Glycosyltransferases
  • Hayes LabChromatin Structure
  • Kielkopf LabPre-mRNA Splicing for Treatment of Human Disease
  • Maines LabHeme Oxygenase, Biliverdin Reductase & Cell Signalling
  • Maquat LabNormal & Disease-Associated RNA Decay
  • Mathews LabComputational Biology and Bioinformatics
  • Munger LabMechanisms of Pathogenic Metabolic Manipulation
  • Phizicky LabtRNA Biogenesis, Function & Quality Control
  • Rustchenko-Bulgac LabChromosome Instability
  • Simon LabOptical Pattern Recognition Applied to Biological Problems
  • Smith LabMessenger RNA Expression & Processing
  • Wedekind LabDevelopment of New HIV/AIDS Drugs, Antibiotics, & RNA-based Therapeutics
  • William A. Bernhard Memorial LabPhysics & Chemistry of DNA Damage Produced by Ionizing Radiation
  • Yu LabFunctions & Mechanisms of RNA Modifications

Biology

  • Bi LabChromatin Regulation of Gene Expression in Eukaryotes
  • Culver LabAssembly of the E. Coli 30S Ribosomal Subunit
  • Eickbush LabRetrotransposable Elements
  • Fry LabIdentifying the genetic changes underlying the temperate-tropical difference
  • Fu LabCellular Stress Response Pathways that Determine Cell Fate after Exposure to Cytotoxic and Mutagenic Damaging Agents
  • Ghaemmaghami LabMolecular Mechanisms of Prion Propagation and Pathogenesis
  • Goldfarb LabNuclear Transport and Autophagy
  • Gorbunova LabStudy of Age-Related Changes in Repair of DNA Double-Strand Breaks
  • Jaenike LabSpecies of mycophagous Drosophila
  • Lambert LabRoles of basic cellular behaviors in embryonic patterning
  • Minckley LabEcology and evolutionary advantages of pollen specialization in bees
  • Orr LabSpeciation and the Genetics of Adaptation
  • Presgraves LabEvolutionary genetics & genomics in Drosophila
  • Sia LabMutagenesis and Repair of Mitochondrial DNA
  • Welte LabReguation of intracellular transport developmentally controlled protein sequestration
  • Werren LabEvolutionary genetics

Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical Genetics

  • Biteau LabMolecular and Cellular Mechanisms that Control Tissue Homeostasis and Somatic Stem Cells
  • Bohmann LabJNK, Fos, Foxo and Nrf2 Dependent Signaling and Gene Regulation in Oxidative Stress Response and Aging
  • Hsu LabGenetic Regulatory Circuits in Development and Disease
  • Land LabCooperation of Oncogenic Mutations in the Control of Malignancy
  • Mayer-Pröschel LabStem Cells in the CNS
  • McMurray LabSystems Biology of Cancer Cells
  • Noble LabStem Cell Biology and Stem Cell Medicine
  • Ovitt LabSalivary Gland Development and Regeneration
  • Portman LabSex Differences in the Development and Function of the C. elegans Nervous System
  • Pröschel LabGlial Progenitor Cells
  • Que LabGenetic Modeling of Foregut Stem Cells and Diseases
  • Samuelson LabUnderstanding Aging at the Genetic, Molecular, Cellular, and Organismal Level
  • Xu LabCancer Metastasis
  • Zhao LabCell Proliferation and Mammalian Cells

Brain & Cognitive Sciences

Center for Biodefense Immune Modeling

  • Livingstone LabCD8+ T cell memory
  • Martinez-Sobrido LabEvasion of the Innate Immune Response by Viruses
  • Mosmann LabTh1 and Th2 Subsets of CD4+ T Cells
  • Topham LabRespiratory Virus Immunity
  • Ward LabMechanisms of Poxvirus Envelope Formation
  • Zand LabRole of B Cells in Alloimmune Responses in Solid Organ Transplantation

Center for Genomics and Systems Biology

  • Bohmann LabJNK, Fos, Foxo and Nrf2 Dependent Signaling and Gene Regulation in Oxidative Stress Response and Aging
  • McMurray LabSystems Biology of Cancer Cells

Center for Medical Technology & Innovation

Center for Musculoskeletal Research

  • Awad LabMusculoskeletal Tissue Engineering
  • Benoit LabTherapeutic Biomaterials
  • Boyce LabStudy of the regulation of the formation, activation and survival of osteoclasts
  • Calvi LabTherapeutic Manipulation of Stem Cell Niches
  • Chakkalakal LabLaboratory of Skeletal Muscle and Stem Cell Biology
  • Dong LabStem cell bone regeneration
  • Elfar LabEffects of erythropoietin (EPO) on regenerating peripheral nerve function
  • Eliseev LabRole of mitochondria in regulation of apoptosis and differentiation in cancer cells and in normal stem cells
  • Hilton LabCartilage and Bone Development
  • Jonason LabSkeletal development and osteoarthritis
  • Lerner LabModeling the Biomechanics of the Knee
  • Mooney LabBone diseases, particularly osteoporosis and osteoarthritis
  • O'Keefe LabMolecular Mechanisms of Lead in Chondrocyte Differentiation and Skeletal Development
  • Puzas LabMolecular and Cellular Biology of the Skeletal System
  • Ritchlin LabMechanisms That Underlie Pathologic Bone Resorption and New Bone Formation in Psoriatic and Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Schwarz LabBone Loss Research
  • Tyler LabRenal cell metastasis to the bone
  • Xie LabStem cell translational application and tumor imaging
  • Xing LabRegulation of bone cell function in inflammatory bone loss
  • Zhang LabSkeletal repair and reconstruction
  • Zuscik LabFracture Repair and the Study of the Behavior of the Articular Chondrocyte

Center for Navigation and Communication Sciences

Center for Neural Development and Disease

  • Bowers LabUnderstand the role inflammation plays in the initiation and propagation of neurodegenerative disorders, as well as creating gene-based therapeutics to prevent or halt neuropathogenesis
  • Gan LabDeveloping Therapies for Blindness and Deafness via Gene Therapy and Stem Cell Replacement
  • Gelbard LabGlial and Immune Effector Cell Interactions with Synapses During Neuroinflammation
  • Johnson LabMolecular Mechanisms of Neurodegeneration
  • Mapstone LabMechanisms of Cognitive Impairment in Neurodegenerative Diseases
  • Marc Halterman LabVulnerability and Delayed Neuron Loss After Stroke
  • Paciorkowski LabGene discovery in several related developmental brain disorders
  • Portman LabSex Differences in the Development and Function of the C. elegans Nervous System
  • Schor LabTargeted Therapy for Neural Crest Tumors; Cell Signaling in Neurodegenerative Disease
  • Thornton LabNeurogenetic Disorders

Center for Oral Biology

  • Bowen LabThe molecular mechanisms involved in the colonization of surfaces by microorganisms
  • Friedman LabRegulation of cancer progression, which we are studying through a novel in vitro cell model system.
  • Haidaris LabInfections in the immunocompromised host, mechanisms of pathogenesis, host-microbe interactions and approaches to therapy
  • Hsu LabGenetic Regulatory Circuits in Development and Disease
  • Lemos LabIdentification and characterization of virulence factors in Gram-positive bacteria
  • Ovitt LabSalivary Gland Development and Regeneration
  • Quivey LabFocus on a bacterium, Streptococcus mutans, which colonizes the human mouth from the time of tooth eruption until death
  • Shuttleworth LabThe nature of the conductances responsible for this entry, and their specific roles in modulating the overall Ca2+ signal
  • Yule LabIntracellular Calcium Signaling in Cells

Center for Pediatric Biomedical Research

  • Ackerman LabCongenital Diaphragmatic Hernia (CDH)
  • Dumont LabSignal Transduction; Membrane Protein Structure, Yeast Molecular Biology
  • Mariani LabSystems Biology of Lung Development and Disease
  • Palis LabOntogeny of Hematopoiesis; Erythroid Differentiation; Erythroid Precursor Self-Renewal; Hematopoiesis-Response to Radiation
  • Phizicky LabtRNA Biogenesis, Function & Quality Control
  • Steiner LabPediatric Biomedical Research

Center for RNA Biology: From Genome to Therapeutics

  • Bambara LabHuman Genome Stability, DNA Damage Response, HIV Replication & Evolution
  • Butler LabRegulation of mRNA Expression in the Nucleus of Eukaryotic Cells
  • Culver LabAssembly of the E. Coli 30S Ribosomal Subunit
  • Dunman LabUsing S. aureus and A. baumannii as Model Organisms to Study Bacterial Pathogenesis
  • Eickbush LabRetrotransposable Elements
  • Ermolenko LabMechanism of Protein Synthesis
  • Grayhack LabThe Roles of the Genetic Code in Translation
  • Jim Miller LabT Cell Activation
  • Kielkopf LabPre-mRNA Splicing for Treatment of Human Disease
  • Maquat LabNormal & Disease-Associated RNA Decay
  • Martinez-Sobrido LabEvasion of the Innate Immune Response by Viruses
  • Mathews LabComputational Biology and Bioinformatics
  • Phizicky LabtRNA Biogenesis, Function & Quality Control
  • Smith LabMessenger RNA Expression & Processing
  • Thornton LabNeurogenetic Disorders
  • Turner LabForces Directing Nucleic Acid Chemistry, with Particular Emphasis on RNA Folding
  • Wedekind LabDevelopment of New HIV/AIDS Drugs, Antibiotics, & RNA-based Therapeutics
  • Yu LabFunctions & Mechanisms of RNA Modifications

Center for Translational Neuromedicine

Center for Visual Science

  • Aslin LabRochester Baby Lab
  • Chung LabInherited retinal diseases and genetic factors contributing to age-related macular degeneration.
  • Cognitive Neuroscience LabMechanisms of Spatial Orientation
  • David Williams LabAdaptive Optics Research Lab
  • Feldon Lab
  • Freedman LabNeural Control of Coordinated Movements
  • Hayden LabReward and Decision Making
  • Hunter LabMechanisms of light-induced retinal damage and development of non-invasive fluorescence imaging techniques to study retinal function in healthy and diseased eyes.
  • Huxlin LabBehavioral Studies and Functional Imaging of Visual Function, Plasticity and Rehabilitation After Brain Damage
  • Ison Lab
  • Libby LabMolecular Processes that Lead to RGC Death in Glaucoma
  • Merigan Lab
  • Paige LabSpatial Orientation Research
  • Pasternak LabCortical Circuitry Underlying Memory-Guided Sensory Decisions
  • Rolland LabOptical Diagnostics and Applications Laboratory
  • Schieber LabControl of Fine Finger Movements
  • Tadin LabAdaptive Spatial Interactions in Motion Perception

Chemistry

  • Bren LabBioinorganic and Biophysical Chemistry
  • Krauss LabComplete Understanding of the Fundamental Properties of Materials with a Size in Between Individual Molecules and the Bulk.
  • Krugh LabStructure Determination of Nucleic Acids by NMR
  • McCamant LabUltrafast Spectroscopy and Photophysics
  • Rothberg LabOrganic Electronics and Biomolecular Sensing
  • Turner LabForces Directing Nucleic Acid Chemistry, with Particular Emphasis on RNA Folding

Clinical & Social Sciences In Psychology

Conte Center for Research in OCD

  • Haber LabBasal Ganglia and Degenerative Diseases

David H. Smith Center for Vaccine Biology and Immunology

  • Elliott LabPhagocytic Clearance of Dying Cells: Mechanisms and Consequences
  • Fowell LabRegulation of Immunity
  • Jim Miller LabT Cell Activation
  • Livingstone LabCD8+ T cell memory
  • Minsoo Kim LabInflammation Research
  • Mosmann LabTh1 and Th2 Subsets of CD4+ T Cells
  • RHIC Core LabDesign and Develop Immunological Methods for Clinical Studies and Translational Research
  • Sant LabImmunodominance in CD4 T Cell Responses
  • Topham LabRespiratory Virus Immunity

Dermatology

  • Beck LabCharacterizing the Epithelial Tight Junction Defects at the Molecular Level in Atopic Dermatitis
  • Benjamin Miller LabMolecular Recognition & Biosensing
  • DeLouise LabBio Nanomaterials Reasearch Group
  • Pentland LabRole of Prostaglandins in skin carcinogenesis and in cell differentiation
  • Poligone LabSignal trasnduction in the skin
  • Ryan LabUncovering the Biological Mechanisms of Radiation-Induced Skin Toxicities
  • Scott Lab

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Environmental Health Sciences Center

  • Cory-Slechta LabEnvironmental Neurotoxicants as Risk Factors for Behavioral Disorders and Neurodegenerative Diseases
  • DeLouise LabBio Nanomaterials Reasearch Group
  • Gasiewicz LabReceptor-mediated Modulation of Gene Expression and Association with Biological and Toxic Responses
  • Irfan Rahman LabOxidant and cigarette smoke-mediated lung inflammation.
  • Opanashuk LabToxicant Exposure and Brain Development
  • Rand LabDevelopmental Neurotoxicity of Environmental Mercury
  • Topham LabRespiratory Virus Immunity

Environmental Medicine

  • Cory-Slechta LabEnvironmental Neurotoxicants as Risk Factors for Behavioral Disorders and Neurodegenerative Diseases
  • Friedman LabRegulation of cancer progression, which we are studying through a novel in vitro cell model system.
  • Gasiewicz LabReceptor-mediated Modulation of Gene Expression and Association with Biological and Toxic Responses
  • Irfan Rahman LabOxidant and cigarette smoke-mediated lung inflammation.
  • Lawrence LabEnvironmental signaling, immune function, and cellular development
  • Opanashuk LabToxicant Exposure and Brain Development
  • Phipps LabAntibody Production, to Lung and Cardiovascular Disease, to Ocular Diseases
  • Rand LabDevelopmental Neurotoxicity of Environmental Mercury

Health Science Center for Computational Innovation

Imaging Sciences

James P. Wilmot Cancer Center

  • Bambara LabHuman Genome Stability, DNA Damage Response, HIV Replication & Evolution
  • Bohmann LabJNK, Fos, Foxo and Nrf2 Dependent Signaling and Gene Regulation in Oxidative Stress Response and Aging
  • Brown LabMultiphoton Laser-Scanning Microscopy
  • Bulger LabChromatin Domains and Enhancer Activation
  • Chang LabAndrogen Receptor (AR) and Nuclear Orphan Receptors TR2, TR3, and TR4
  • Dewhurst LabInfluenza Viruses; Virus Polymerase HIV Vaccine Development; NeuroAIDS Research
  • Freeman LabMolecular Mechanisms of Programmed Cell Death in Neurons
  • George H. Whipple Laboratory for Cancer ResearchSex hormones/nuclear receptors and Vitamin D/E effects on prostate/bladder cancer and other hormone-related diseases
  • Grayhack LabThe Roles of the Genetic Code in Translation
  • Hayes LabChromatin Structure
  • Hsu LabGenetic Regulatory Circuits in Development and Disease
  • Kielkopf LabPre-mRNA Splicing for Treatment of Human Disease
  • Land LabCooperation of Oncogenic Mutations in the Control of Malignancy
  • Maquat LabNormal & Disease-Associated RNA Decay
  • Mayer-Pröschel LabStem Cells in the CNS
  • McMurray LabSystems Biology of Cancer Cells
  • Noble LabStem Cell Biology and Stem Cell Medicine
  • Palis LabOntogeny of Hematopoiesis; Erythroid Differentiation; Erythroid Precursor Self-Renewal; Hematopoiesis-Response to Radiation
  • Phizicky LabtRNA Biogenesis, Function & Quality Control
  • Que LabGenetic Modeling of Foregut Stem Cells and Diseases
  • Samuelson LabUnderstanding Aging at the Genetic, Molecular, Cellular, and Organismal Level
  • The Rochester Center for Mind-Body Research (RCMBR)Immune and related physiological responses.
  • Walter LabBrain Tumor Angiogenesis
  • Wedekind LabDevelopment of New HIV/AIDS Drugs, Antibiotics, & RNA-based Therapeutics
  • Xu LabCancer Metastasis
  • Zhao LabCell Proliferation and Mammalian Cells

Mechanical Engineering

Medicine

  • Abe LabAtherosclerosis and Myocardial Infarction
  • Anolik LabRole of B Cells in the Pathophysiology of Systemic Lupus and Related Autoimmune Diseases
  • Berk LabCells in the Vascular Wall and Their Response to Hemodynamic and Hormonal Stimuli
  • Calvi LabTherapeutic Manipulation of Stem Cell Niches
  • Cardiovascular Engineering Lab (CVEL)Welcome to the Cardiovascular Engineering Lab
  • Chen LabB Cell Signaling Pathways
  • Fujiwara LabMechanosignaling by Vascular Endothelial Cells
  • Georas LabMolecular Mechanisms of Dysregulated Immune Responses in Asthma and Allergies
  • Hammes LabAndrogen Effects on Reproduction and Cancer
  • Jin LabMolecular Regulation of Vascular Endothelial Function
  • Kobie LabCD4 T Cells and Their Contribution to the Generation of Effective Anti-tumor Immune Responses
  • Korshunov LabVascular Remodeling
  • Looney LabTranslational Research in Autoimmune Disease, B Cell Depletion
  • Lopes LabRegulation of the Slow Delayed Rectifier-like Current (IKs) in the Heart and the Pathogenesis of the Long QT (LQT1) Syndrome
  • Lowenstein LabMechanisms of Vascular Inflammation
  • Miano LabExpression Regulation and Biology of Genes Cloned from Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells
  • Morrell LabFunction of Platelets: Hemostastis/Thrombosis and Immune Regulatory Function
  • Nehrke LabIntegrative Physiology
  • R. James White LabVascular Biology of Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension (PAH)
  • Rangel-Moreno LabImpact of neonate mice irradiation on the induction of pulmonary immunity against influenza infection
  • Reichman LabInfectious Diseases
  • Ritchlin LabMechanisms That Underlie Pathologic Bone Resorption and New Bone Formation in Psoriatic and Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Sellix LabClock-Controlled Gene Expression in the Ovary
  • Sims-Weidmer LabPhospholipid scramblase
  • Small LabUnderstanding how a cell can interpret biomechanical and humoral signals and activate a discrete transcriptional program during development or in response to injury.
  • Sottile LabMechanisms That Control Extracellular Matrix Remodeling
  • Steiner LabPediatric Biomedical Research
  • Taubman LabThe Role of Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells in Regulating Inflammation and Thrombosis in the Arterial Wall
  • Yan LabRegulation and Function of Cyclic Nucleotide Phosphodiesterases in the Cardiovascular System
  • Yi Fen Lee LabVitamin D Receptor and TR4 Nuclear Receptor
  • Zand LabRole of B Cells in Alloimmune Responses in Solid Organ Transplantation

Microbiology & Immunology

  • Bambara LabHuman Genome Stability, DNA Damage Response, HIV Replication & Evolution
  • Bowen LabThe molecular mechanisms involved in the colonization of surfaces by microorganisms
  • Bowers LabUnderstand the role inflammation plays in the initiation and propagation of neurodegenerative disorders, as well as creating gene-based therapeutics to prevent or halt neuropathogenesis
  • Butler LabRegulation of mRNA Expression in the Nucleus of Eukaryotic Cells
  • Dewhurst LabInfluenza Viruses; Virus Polymerase HIV Vaccine Development; NeuroAIDS Research
  • Dunman LabUsing S. aureus and A. baumannii as Model Organisms to Study Bacterial Pathogenesis
  • Dziejman LabType Three Secretion System Mediated Pathogenesis of V. cholerae
  • Elliott LabPhagocytic Clearance of Dying Cells: Mechanisms and Consequences
  • Fowell LabRegulation of Immunity
  • Frelinger LabT cell immunity to tumors and pathogens
  • Gill LabMicrobial Pathogens and the Impact of Human Microbial Flora on Human Health and Disease
  • Haidaris LabInfections in the immunocompromised host, mechanisms of pathogenesis, host-microbe interactions and approaches to therapy
  • Jim Miller LabT Cell Activation
  • Lemos LabIdentification and characterization of virulence factors in Gram-positive bacteria
  • Livingstone LabCD8+ T cell memory
  • Lord LabCell Mediated Immunity to Tumors
  • Maggirwar LabRegulation of Neuronal Survival
  • Martinez-Sobrido LabEvasion of the Innate Immune Response by Viruses
  • Minsoo Kim LabInflammation Research
  • Mosmann LabTh1 and Th2 Subsets of CD4+ T Cells
  • Pavelka LabCell envelopes of pathogenic bacteria
  • Quivey LabFocus on a bacterium, Streptococcus mutans, which colonizes the human mouth from the time of tooth eruption until death
  • RHIC Core LabDesign and Develop Immunological Methods for Clinical Studies and Translational Research
  • Robert LabEvolution of Immune Surveillance, Tumor and Viral Immunity
  • Sant LabImmunodominance in CD4 T Cell Responses
  • Sullivan LabDevelop Novel Reagents for Characterization of Protein Expression and Structure
  • Takimoto LabMolecular Mechanisms of Paramyxovirus Infection, Replication and Assembly
  • Topham LabRespiratory Virus Immunity
  • Ward LabMechanisms of Poxvirus Envelope Formation
  • Zhu LabHost-Virus Interactions, Particularly for HIV and Herpes Viruses

Nephrology

  • Zand LabRole of B Cells in Alloimmune Responses in Solid Organ Transplantation

Neurobiology & Anatomy

Neurology

Neurology Academic Research Track

  • Marc Halterman LabVulnerability and Delayed Neuron Loss After Stroke
  • Mink LabBasal Ganglia in Normal Control of Movement

Neurosurgery

  • Nedergaard LabGlial Disease and Therapeutics
  • Vates Lab
  • Walter LabBrain Tumor Angiogenesis

New York Influenza Center of Excellence

Ophthalmology

  • Aquavella LabEvaluate human tear film dynamics and its relationship to clinical dry eye syndrome.
  • Chung LabInherited retinal diseases and genetic factors contributing to age-related macular degeneration.
  • Feldon Lab
  • Gan LabDeveloping Therapies for Blindness and Deafness via Gene Therapy and Stem Cell Replacement
  • Geunyoung Yoon LabAdvanced Physiological Optics Laboratory
  • Hunter LabMechanisms of light-induced retinal damage and development of non-invasive fluorescence imaging techniques to study retinal function in healthy and diseased eyes.
  • Huxlin LabBehavioral Studies and Functional Imaging of Visual Function, Plasticity and Rehabilitation After Brain Damage
  • Kiernan LabSensory Development and Disease
  • Libby LabMolecular Processes that Lead to RGC Death in Glaucoma
  • Merigan Lab

Optics

Orthopaedics

  • Chakkalakal LabLaboratory of Skeletal Muscle and Stem Cell Biology
  • Dong LabStem cell bone regeneration
  • Elfar LabEffects of erythropoietin (EPO) on regenerating peripheral nerve function
  • Eliseev LabRole of mitochondria in regulation of apoptosis and differentiation in cancer cells and in normal stem cells
  • Hilton LabCartilage and Bone Development
  • Jonason LabSkeletal development and osteoarthritis
  • O'Keefe LabMolecular Mechanisms of Lead in Chondrocyte Differentiation and Skeletal Development
  • Puzas LabMolecular and Cellular Biology of the Skeletal System
  • Rosier LabRegulation of Endochondral Ossification
  • Schwarz LabBone Loss Research
  • Tyler LabRenal cell metastasis to the bone
  • Xie LabStem cell translational application and tumor imaging
  • Zhang LabSkeletal repair and reconstruction
  • Zuscik LabFracture Repair and the Study of the Behavior of the Articular Chondrocyte

Otolaryngology

  • Crane LabMotion Perception & Spatial Orientation
  • Holt LabSynaptic Pharmacology of the Vestibular Apparatus
  • Newlands LabPhysiology of the Vestibular System

Pathology & Laboratory Medicine

  • Blumberg LabBlood transfusion immunobiology
  • Boyce LabStudy of the regulation of the formation, activation and survival of osteoclasts
  • Burack LabIdentifying FL patients who are more likely to transform into Diffuse Large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL)
  • Chang LabAndrogen Receptor (AR) and Nuclear Orphan Receptors TR2, TR3, and TR4
  • Coppage LabB cells and antibodies involved in organ rejection
  • Corsetti LabStudies of cardiovascular disease risk in human populations using non-traditional statistical approaches
  • Czyzyk LabAutoantibodies and diabetes
  • Faqian LiMolecular signaling and epigenetics in cardiovascular diseases and cancer
  • George H. Whipple Laboratory for Cancer ResearchSex hormones/nuclear receptors and Vitamin D/E effects on prostate/bladder cancer and other hormone-related diseases
  • Iqbal LabMicroarray CGH
  • Johnson LabLeptomeninges and meningioma
  • Mooney LabBone diseases, particularly osteoporosis and osteoarthritis
  • Notter LabFocuses on lung surfactant, a compled mixture of liquids and proteins that is essential for normal respiratory function.
  • Perkins LabBasic biomedical research on cancer, specifically focusing on two areas, leukemia and mammary cancer.
  • Refaai LabABO antibodies and platelet function
  • Soo Ok Lee LabSignal Transduction Effects on Androgen Receptor
  • Sparks LabLipoproteins
  • Tang LabBreast cancer and the use of immunohistochemical (IHC) analysis to identify patterns that predict a high risk for bone metastasis
  • Xing LabRegulation of bone cell function in inflammatory bone loss

Pediatrics

  • Ackerman LabCongenital Diaphragmatic Hernia (CDH)
  • Bulger LabChromatin Domains and Enhancer Activation
  • Dean LabGene Therapy
  • Jill Halterman LabThe Preventive Care Program for Urban Children with Asthma
  • Mariani LabSystems Biology of Lung Development and Disease
  • Notter LabFocuses on lung surfactant, a compled mixture of liquids and proteins that is essential for normal respiratory function.
  • Palis LabOntogeny of Hematopoiesis; Erythroid Differentiation; Erythroid Precursor Self-Renewal; Hematopoiesis-Response to Radiation
  • Pryhuber LabInflammatory Neonatal Lung Injury.
  • Schor LabTargeted Therapy for Neural Crest Tumors; Cell Signaling in Neurodegenerative Disease
  • Steiner LabPediatric Biomedical Research

Pharmacology & Physiology

  • Bidlack LabPharmacology of Brain and Lymphocytic Opioid Receptors
  • Dirksen LabCalcium Channel Structure and Function
  • Freeman LabMolecular Mechanisms of Programmed Cell Death in Neurons
  • Glading LabRole of Cell-Cell Contact in Regulating Cellular Function in Both the Normal and Disease State
  • Haber LabBasal Ganglia and Degenerative Diseases
  • Hinkle LabMolecular Mechanisms of Cell Regulation
  • Hocking LabExtracellular Matrix Protein Research
  • Kammermeier LabG Protein-coupled Receptor Function
  • Sarelius LabVascular Cell Communication and Signaling
  • Shuttleworth LabThe nature of the conductances responsible for this entry, and their specific roles in modulating the overall Ca2+ signal
  • Smrcka LabMolecular Mechanisms of Signal Transduction
  • Tall LabG Protein Signaling and New Classes of Enzymes That Activate Heterotrimeric G Proteins Apart From GPCR-initiated Activation
  • Tank LabRegulation of Tyrosine Hydroxylase Gene Expression
  • Yule LabIntracellular Calcium Signaling in Cells

Proteomics Center

  • Hagen LabComprehensive Functional Genomics Screen of Glycosyltransferases

Psychiatry

Respiratory Pathogens Research Center

Rochester Aging Research Institute

  • Bohmann LabJNK, Fos, Foxo and Nrf2 Dependent Signaling and Gene Regulation in Oxidative Stress Response and Aging

Rochester Center for Biomedical Ultrasound

Rochester Center for Brain Imaging

Rochester Human Immunology Center

Surgery

The Rochester Program for Biodefense of Immunocompromised Populations

Upstate cGMP Facility

UR Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Institute

  • Awad LabMusculoskeletal Tissue Engineering
  • Benoit LabTherapeutic Biomaterials
  • Biteau LabMolecular and Cellular Mechanisms that Control Tissue Homeostasis and Somatic Stem Cells
  • Bohmann LabJNK, Fos, Foxo and Nrf2 Dependent Signaling and Gene Regulation in Oxidative Stress Response and Aging
  • Calvi LabTherapeutic Manipulation of Stem Cell Niches
  • Chakkalakal LabLaboratory of Skeletal Muscle and Stem Cell Biology
  • Gan LabDeveloping Therapies for Blindness and Deafness via Gene Therapy and Stem Cell Replacement
  • Goldman LabCell & Gene Therapy
  • Hsu LabGenetic Regulatory Circuits in Development and Disease
  • Korshunov LabVascular Remodeling
  • Land LabCooperation of Oncogenic Mutations in the Control of Malignancy
  • Mayer-Pröschel LabStem Cells in the CNS
  • Miano LabExpression Regulation and Biology of Genes Cloned from Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells
  • Nedergaard LabGlial Disease and Therapeutics
  • Noble LabStem Cell Biology and Stem Cell Medicine
  • O'Keefe LabMolecular Mechanisms of Lead in Chondrocyte Differentiation and Skeletal Development
  • Opanashuk LabToxicant Exposure and Brain Development
  • Ovitt LabSalivary Gland Development and Regeneration
  • Palis LabOntogeny of Hematopoiesis; Erythroid Differentiation; Erythroid Precursor Self-Renewal; Hematopoiesis-Response to Radiation
  • Portman LabSex Differences in the Development and Function of the C. elegans Nervous System
  • Pröschel LabGlial Progenitor Cells
  • Puzas LabMolecular and Cellular Biology of the Skeletal System
  • Que LabGenetic Modeling of Foregut Stem Cells and Diseases
  • Rosier LabRegulation of Endochondral Ossification
  • Schwarz LabBone Loss Research
  • Zhang LabSkeletal repair and reconstruction
  • Zuscik LabFracture Repair and the Study of the Behavior of the Articular Chondrocyte

Urology