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Microbiology & Immunology

Minsoo KimMinsoo Kim, Ph.D.

Kim Lab

Dynamic regulation of leukocyte adhesion and migration


Pediatric Lung Biology

Arshad Rahman, Ph.D.Arshad Rahman, Ph.D.
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Arshad Rahman Lab

Determining how exogenous agents change lung microvasculature permeability, leading to pulmonary inflammation.

Michael O'Reilly, Ph.D.Michael A. O'Reilly, Ph.D.
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O'Reilly Lab

Understanding how an aberrant oxygen environment at birth disrupts development of the lung and heart, leading to persistent functional changes over the lifespan.


MorrellCraig Morrell, Ph.D.
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Morrell Lab

Platelets have two major functions: Hemostastis/thrombosis and an immune regulatory function. My laboratory uses in vitro techniques and in vivo mouse models to study both important platelet functions.


CameronScott J. Cameron, Ph.D., M.D.
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Our laboratory studies signal transduction pathways in the cardiovascular system as they relate to thrombotic and ischemic diseases.

Department of Chemistry

Bradley Nilson

Bradley Nilsson, Ph.D.
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Nilsson Lab

The Nilsson group is interested in molecular recognition and self-assembly phenomena of peptides and proteins leading to amyloid and in the development of amyloid-inspired materials and therapeutics.

Cerebrovascular and Neurocognitive Research Group (CNRG)

SchifittoGiovanni Schifitto, M.D, M.S.
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Cerebrovascular and Neurocognitive Research Group (CNRG)

Dr. Schifitto's major research interests are in the in the development and implementation of novel neuroimaging biomarkers applied in the investigation and treatment of, neuroinflammatory, neurodegenerative and cerebrovascular disorders.