Welcome to Microbiology & Immunology
A Message from the Chair, Stephen Dewhurst, Ph.D.
The Department of Microbiology and Immunology is focused on research and educational programs which relate to microbial pathogens (viruses and prokaryotic and eukaryotic microbes) and the host immune defenses which protect against these organisms. Current research emphasizes cutting-edge molecular techniques and includes, but is not limited to, studies on: autoimmunity, biodefense, bioinformatics, biofilms, cancer biology, gene therapy, genetics and genomics, HIV/AIDS, immunologic mechanisms, respiratory pathogens (including influenza) and vaccine development.
- The department is home to the only NIH-funded Respiratory Pathogens Research Center in the country.
- The department is home to a NIH-funded Center for AIDS Research.
- One of our graduate students was the co-inventor of the technology behind the current HPV vaccine.
- Our past students currently occupy leadership positions in academia, the biotech industry and the government.
MBI 501 Student Seminar: Impact of prenatal exposures to per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) on the developing neonatal immune system
Graduate Student, Advisors: Kristin Scheible, MD, Paige Lawrence, PhD
Thu, Dec 01 @ 12:00 PM
MC | K307 (3-6408)
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