Infectious and Immunological Diseases

The Infectious and Immunological Diseases Research Cluster provides training with primary emphasis on cellular and molecular mechanisms of diseases. The faculty have a broad range of research interests which include induction and regulation of immune responses in autoimmune disease, characterization of leukocyte response to Streptococcus infections, developmental regulation of gene expression, mapping and cloning of human disease genes, epigenetic control of pathogenesis, epigenetic and genetic control of myeloid progenitor cell maturation as pertaining to leukemia, respiratory infection mouse models for cystic fibrosis, and control of mucoid Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms.

Graduate Student Curriculum

Infectious and Immunological Diseases Researchers