Meet the Immunology Faculty
For information on which faculty members are associated with the Molecular, Cellular, and Translational Immunology (MCTI) track and which faculty members are associated specifically with the Computational and Systems Immunology (CSI) track, please refer to the Immunology Graduate Handbook.
Immune regulation in injured and infected tissues
Studies of the mechanisms and regulation of leukocyte trafficking
Studies on how oncogenes initiate and sustain tumorigenesis
Analyzing plasma microRNAs from pediatric recipients of solid organ allografts to develop a non-invasive biomarker for post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorder (PTLD, a serious EBV associated complication of transplant)
Understanding the initiation and progression of malignant lymphoma and tumors
PROFESSOR OF HELATH RESEARCH AND POLICY, AND STATISTICS
Immuno Faculty Stats
- 72 total faculty members
- 26 different departments
- 11 National Academy of the Sciences members
- 1 Nobel Laureate
This faculty member studies hematopoiesis, cancer and leukemia, autoimmunity and inflammation, and develops computational approaches for network and systems immunology. He is most well known for developing a mass spectrometry-flow cytometry hybrid device known as the CyTOF.
We are working to enable a deeper understanding not only of normal immune function, but also detailed substructures of leukemias and solid cancers as well as autoimmunity and pathogen effects upon the immune system. Our laboratory has already begun a large scale mapping of the hematopoietic hierarchy in healthy human bone marrow at an unprecedented level of detail.