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Faculty

Name

Research Area(s)

Lab Website

 Lukacher,Aron_suit_profiles Aron Lukacher, M.D.,Ph.D. Immune responses to persistent viral infections
 missingphoto Milena Bogunovic, M.D.,Ph.D. Mononuclear phagocytes are distributed throughout all layers of the gastrointestinal tract including the mucosa facing the lumen and the muscularis externa facing the peritoneum. While being closely related, these cells are heterogeneous and can be further divided into dendritic cells and macrophages based on their preferentially antigen-presenting or phagocytic properties. The main focus of my lab is to understand diversity, development and function of mononuclear phagocyte network in the gut during homeostatic state, infection and inflammatory bowel disease.
 bonneau Robert Bonneau, Ph.D. Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Stress-Induced, Neuroendocrine-Mediated Modulation of Immunity to Infectious Pathogens
 missingphoto Nicholas Buchkovich, Ph.D.
 chorney Michael J Chorney, Ph.D. Basic Science: Complex disease genetics and genetic networking (i.e. the diseasome); understanding the intersection between iron and immunity
Education:  Contributing to the development of tomorrow’s scientists and promoting scientific literacy; leveling the professional scientific workplace as it relates to diversity; developing innovative methods for learning and retention
 craven Rebecca C Craven, Ph.D. Understanding functions of retroviral structural proteins in the virus life cycle; dissection of virion maturation in HIV and avian leukosis viruses using genetic, biochemical and structural approaches
 hu Jianming Hu, M.D., Ph.D. Hepatitis B virus replication and persistence; Virus-host interactions
 meyers Craig Meyers, Ph.D. The central research goals of my laboratory are to study the differentiation-dependent life cycle of human papillomavirus (HPV) and HPV-associated oncogenesis
 norbury Christopher C Norbury, Ph.D. The cellular, molecular and whole organism systems required for initiation of antiviral immunity
 Rahman Ziaur Rahman, M.D., Ph.D. Studying the mechanisms of loss of peripheral B cell tolerance in the germinal center and antibody-forming cell pathways that may lead to autoantibody production
 samplec Clare E Sample, Ph.D.
 samplej Jeffery T Sample, Ph.D. Transcriptional and posttranscriptional mechanisms regulating Epstein-Barr virus latent infection and persistence
 schell Todd Schell, Ph.D. Immune response to SV40 Large T antigen and the immunotherapy of cancer  Schell Lab
song Jianxun (Jim) Song, Ph.D. T cell biology and immune regulation
 missingphoto Hanspeter Waldner, Ph.D. Mechanisms of autoimmune responses in models of Multiple Sclerosis and Type 1 Diabetes
 wills John W Wills, Ph.D. What are tegument proteins UL11, UL16, and UL21 of HSV doing on the tail of glycoprotein E, and how do they work together to do it?

 

Emeritus Faculty

Name

Contact

 courtney Richard Courtney, Ph.D. rcourtney@hmc.psu.edu
 isom Harriet Isom, Ph.D. hci1@psu.edu
 spector David J Spector, Ph.D. djs17@psu.edu
 tevethia Mary Judith Tevethia, M.D./Ph.D. mjt10@psu.edu
 satvir Satvir Tevethia, Ph.D. sst1@psu.edu

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