Program faculty have strong records as researchers, including publications and successful research. Our faculty have diverse backgrounds and have a record of research training who have mentored and helped develop successful, former trainees who have established productive careers. Faculty serve on committees, teach major courses, directly mentor students, and provide core support essential to the functioning of the Immunology Program. The program is proud to have 91 Faculty members in total, 11 National Academy of the Sciences members, and 1 Nobel Laureate.
Faculty teach in departments including:
Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine ● Biochemistry ● Bioengineering ● Biology ● Biomedical Data Science ● Biomedical Informatics ● Biostatistics ● Blood and Marrow Transplantation ● Cardiovascular Medicine ● Chemistry ● Developmental Biology ● Endocrinology, Gerontology and Metabolism ● Gastroenterology and Hepatology ● Genetics ● Health Research and Policy ● Hematology ● Immunology and Allergy ● Immunology and Rheumatology ● Infectious Diseases ● Microbiology and Immunology ● Molecular and Cellular Physiology ● Nephrology ● Neurology and Neurological Sciences ● Neurosurgery ● Oncology Otolaryngology ● Pathology ● Pediatrics ● Pediatrics - Stem Cell Transplantation ● Pediatrics - Translational & Regenerative Medicine ● Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences ● Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine ● Radiology ● Structural Biology ● Surgery - Multi-Organ Transplantation