Research Lab Sites

The research labs of the members of the Department of Pathology cover a broad spectrum within the general research categories of molecular oncology, immunology, and experimental pathology. Please click on the links below to access the specific lab sites of the faculty member you are interested in.

Aifantis Lab
Molecular mechanisms controlling hematopoietic stem cell (HSC) self-renewal, differentiation and transformation

Dustin Lab
T cell activation through immunological synapse

Dynlacht Lab
Transcriptional Regulation, Myogenesis, Centrosome biology

Feske Lab
Mechanisms and function of calcium channels in the immune system

Hubbard Lab
Control of cell proliferation usingĀ C. elegans

Klein Lab
Homologous recombination

Koralov Lab
Taking advantage of conditional gene targeting to pursue projects related to basic immunology (B and T cell development)

Littman Lab
T cell development and retroviral pathogenesis

Melamed Lab
Laboratory focused on Biorepository development and translational research in cancer (prostate cancer and mesothelioma)

Naik Lab
The study of immunity in the epithelial tissues that line the body to understand how environmental stimuli collaborate with genetic factors to influence health and drive disease at these interfaces.

Pagano Lab
Regulation of the mammalian cell cycle by the ubiquitin system

Park Lab
Understanding how cancer stem cells function

Papagiannakopoulos Lab
Elucidating the mechanisms of cancer initiation and progression using genetically engineered mouse models

Pei Lab: GERD Project
Foregut Microbiome in the Development of Esophageal Adenocarcinoma

Possemato Lab
Exploring the unique metabolism of cancer cells

Reizis Lab
Understanding the development and function of the immune system

Schwab Lab
Lymphocyte Trafficking, Inflammation, Angiogenesis, Sphingosine-1-Phosphate

Skok Lab
Understanding epigenetic regulation of lymphocyte development through chromosome dynamics and nuclear architecture

Smith Lab
Molecular mechanisms of telomere function

Tsirigos Lab
To study the interplay of chromatin organization and epigenetics in cancer