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JAbraham   Jonathan Abraham, M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Judith Agudo   Judith Agudo, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Identify Mechanisms Controlling Immune Surveillance of Stem Cells and Cancer Stem Cells
  Dan Barouch, Ph.D., M.D., Professor
Immunology and virology of HIV-1 infection
  Facundo D. Batista, Ph.D., Philip and Susan Ragon Professor of Microbiology and Immunobiology
B cell activation and antibody production
  Jonathan Beckwith, Ph.D., American Cancer Society Professor of Microbiology and Immunobiology, Emeritus
Bacterial genetics: protein folding, protein secretion, protein disulfide bond formation and reduction, cytoplasmic redox pathways
  Thomas Livingston Benjamin, Ph.D., Professor, Emeritus
Experimental cancer research using the polyoma virus-mouse system
  Christophe Benoist, Ph.D., M.D., Morton Grove-Rasmussen Professor of Immunohematology
Systems Immunology of Tolerance and Autoimmunity
  Thomas G. Bernhardt, Ph.D., Professor
Bacterial genetics; mechanism of cell division and its spatial and temporal regulation; cell wall construction
  Harvey Cantor, M.D., Baruj Benacerraf Professor of Microbiology and Immunobiolgy
Development and function of T cells, their subsets and distinctive markers
  Isaac Chiu, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Neuro-immune mechanisms of pain and inflammation
  John Collier, Ph.D., Maude and Lillian Presley Professor, Emeritus
Protein structure and function; bacterial exotoxins; protein-membrane interactions
  Martin E. Dorf, Ph.D., Professor
Use of proteomics to investigate signaling mechanisms controlling innate antiviral immunity; Role of polyubiquitination in signalosome assembly
  Stephanie Dougan, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Cancer immunology
  Dan Fraenkel, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer; Professor of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, Emeritus
Microbial metabolism, yeast glycolysis
  Lee Gehrke, Ph.D., Professor
Emerging viruses; use of 2D and 3D human cell culture models to study viral infections; rapid virus detection technologies
  Laurie Glimcher, M.D., Richard and Susan Smith Professor of Medicine
Transcriptional regulation of the immune system; pathophysiology of immune responses to autoimmune, infectious, and malignant diseases
  Sophie Helaine, Ph.D.
Salmonella persisters during infection and bacterial growth control. Control of bacterial growth and infection by Salmonella persisters
  Darren Higgins, Ph.D., Professor
Host-pathogen interactions: intracellular bacterial pathogens; mechanisms of virulence and the host immune response
  Ann Hochschild, Ph.D., Maude and Lillian Presley Professor of Microbiology and Immunobiology; Chair
Bacterial transcription and its regulation; genetic approaches for studying protein-protein interactions
  Peter Howley, M.D., Shattuck Professor of Pathological Anatomy
Molecular biology of the papillomaviruses; virus/host cell interactions; the role of ubiquitin ligases in human disease
Jun Huh   Jun Huh, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Bacteria, immune cells and neurodevelopment
  Dennis Kasper, M.D., William Ellery Channing Professor of Medicine
Role of the host-specific microbiota in shaping the immune system and the mechanistic influence of microbial molecules on susceptibility/resistance to autoimmune/infectious diseases
  Elliott Kieff, M.D., Ph.D., Harriet Ryan Albee Professor of Medicine, Emeritus
Virology: molecular biology of Epstein-Barr virus infection, transformation of B lymphocytes to Hodgkins Disease
  David Knipe, Ph.D., Higgins Professor of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics
Virology: molecular biology of herpes simplex virus productive and latent infection; innate immune responses to viruses; viral vaccines
  Roberto Kolter, Ph.D., Professor, Emeritus
Microbial molecular genetics: bacterial biofilms, interspecies interactions, genome evolution
  Aleksandar Kostic, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Microbiome-immune system interactions: Gnotobiotic mouse modeling of simple microbial communities and their impact on immune function
  Philip Kranzusch, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Enzyme biochemistry and innate immune signaling
  Stephen Lory, Ph.D., Professor
Bacterial pathogenesis: global gene regulation during host-pathogen interactions, genomics, mechanisms of secretion of bacterial virulence factors
  Diane Mathis, Ph.D., Morton Grove-Rasmussen Professor of Immunohematology
T cell differentiation, tolerance and autoimmunity
  John Mekalanos, Ph.D., Adele Lehman Professor of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics
Protein chemistry and bacterial genetics; biochemistry of bacterial toxins; genetic analysis of bacterial virulence
  Jeffrey Moffitt, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
  Max Nibert, M.D., Ph.D., Professor
Virology: reoviruses and rotaviruses; structure and assembly, entry, transcription and RNA processing, interactions with cells, pathogenesis
  Roni Nowarski, Ph. D., Assistant Professor
Tissue immunoregulation in inflammation and cancer
  David Rudner, Ph.D., Professor
Spore formation in B. subtilis. Cell-cell signaling, determinants of subcellular protein localization, chromosomal organization and segregation
  Aaron Schmidt, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Using protein engineering, antibody evolution and small-molecule discovery to dissect host-pathogen interactions
  Arlene Sharpe, M.D., Ph.D., George Fabyan Professor of Comparative Pathology;

T cell costimulation
  Meromit Singer, Ph.D., Member of the Faculty
Basic and translational immunology through the generation and interpretation of high-throughput data and the development of computational tools for statistical analysis of these data types
  Joseph G. Sodroski, M.D., Professor
Virology: human immunodeficiency virus entry into host cells; HIV pathogenesis; host restriction factors (TRIM5); HIV entry inhibitors and neutralizing antibodies
  Michael Starnbach, Ph.D., Professor
T-lymphocyte responses to bacterial pathogens; subcellular compartmentalization of bacterial antigens
  Ulrich von Andrian, Ph.D., M.D., Edward Mallinckrodt Jr. Professor of Immunopathology
leukocyte trafficking; intravital microscopy; host-pathogen interactions; dendritic cell biology; differentiation and function of antigen-experienced lymphocytes, including T cells, B cells and NK cells; regulation of immunity and inflammation by neuro-immune interactions; control of regional immune responses by microvascular endothelial cells; modulation of adaptive immune responses with nanoparticles
  Bruce Walker, M.D., Philip T. and Susan M. Ragon Professor of Medicine
Mechanisms of immune control in HIV infection
  Suzanne Walker, Ph.D., Professor
Chemical biology applied to microbial systems; antibiotic mechanisms; enzyme structure, function, inhibition, and engineering
  Frederick Wang, M.D., Professor
Molecular biology, pathogenesis, and therapy of Epstein-Barr virus infection and associated malignancies
  Sean Whelan, Ph.D., Professor
Molecular biology of the non-segmented negative-sense (NNS) RNA viruses
  Florian Winau, M.D., Assistant Professor
T cell biology, antigen presentation, and the role of lipids in Immunology
  Kai Wucherpfennig, Ph. D., M.D., Professor
T cell Biology and Cancer Immunology
  Priscilla L. Yang, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Chemistry and biology of host-virus interactions