Affiliate Faculty



Scott Alper, PhD

Associate Professor

Genetic control of TLR signaling pathways

Hans Dooms, PhD

Assistant Professor

A focus on identifying the factors and pathways that enable autoreactive T cells to escape immune regulatory checkpoints and cause tissue damage, with the goal of using this knowledge for the development of innovative immunotherapies.  

Henson, Peter
Peter Henson, PhD

Distinguished Professor

Innate immunity, inflammation and apoptotic cell recognition

Huang, Hua
Hua Huang, MD, PhD

Professor

Signaling and transcriptional regulation of genes that control innate effector cell development and function.


John Kappler, PhD

Distinguished Professor

Structure and function of the T-cell receptor and its ligands in autoimmunity, cancer and hypersensitivity

Philippa Marrack, PhD

Distinguished Professor

Structure and function of the T-cell receptor and its ligands in autoimmunity, cancer and hypersensitivity

Cristina Penaranda, PhD

Assistant Professor

Our lab studies host-pathogen interactions with the goal of defining host and bacterial pathways involved in bacterial persistence.

 

Reinhardt

R. Lee Reinhardt, PhD

Associate Professor

The role and regulation of CD4+ T cell subsets and their cytokines in settings of type-2 immunity, malignancy, and autoinflammatory disease

Riches, David

David W. H. Riches, PhD

Professor

Basic mechanisms involved in the development lung inflammation and fibrosis

James Scott-Browne, PhD

Assistant Professor

How T Cells recognize potentially harmful invaders.

Zhang, Gongyi

Gongyi Zhang, PhD

Professor

Structural and functional studies of proteins, epigenetics

Nathan Wlodarchak, PhD

Assistant Professor

Immunology Microbiology (SOM)

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