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Pediatrics / O'Reilly Lab / Personnel


Principal Investigator

Photo of Michael O'ReillyMichael A. O’Reilly, Ph.D.

Michael A. O’Reilly, Ph.D.

Research Interests: Defining how an aberrant oxygen environment and oxygen-induced DNA damage signaling alter distal lung development, the host response to respiratory viral infections, and promotes cardiovascular disease later in life.



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Andrew Dylag, M.D.

Assistant Professor

Andrew Dylag, M.D.

Research Interests: Defining how supplemental oxygen and viral infections in preterm infants and mice causes airway hyperresponsiveness.


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E. David Cohen, Ph.D.

Research Assistant Professor

E. David Cohen, Ph.D.

Research Interests: Mechanisms by which Wnt signaling and oxygen at birth influence heart development.


Technicians and Staff

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Administrative Assistant


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Min Yee

Technical Associate 2

Research Interests: Mechanisms by which early life oxygen alters alveolar epithelial development and regeneration following viral infection


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Jeannie Haak

Research Technician 4

Research Interests: Defining mechanisms by which supplemental oxygen and viral infections cause airway hyperreactivity in mice.


Graduate Students

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Rachel Warren

Graduate Student, Immunology, Microbiology, and Virology (IMV)


Undergraduate Students

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Molly Behan

Undergraduate Student


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Syndey Anne Lim

Undergraduate Student