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RESPIRATORY IMMUNOLOGY LAB
LINKING DISCOVERY TO RESPIRATORY HEALTH

Our lab is interested in defining the role of innate immunity in homeostasis, repair, and disease in the respiratory tract, where environmental determinants play a key role in both immunopathogenesis and health.  Using biochemical, molecular, and genomic approaches in mouse and human model systems, we focus on the cellular and molecular signals underlying the initiation and persistence of type 2 immunity at mucosal sites. Our ultimate goal is to understand key regulatory features to prevent and treat diseases such as asthma.

News
  • January 1, 2019
    Nora was awarded an NIH R01 to study CysLT3R in lung biology.
  • December 4, 2018
    Shree Acharya joins the group to further her studies on mastocytosis.
  • November 1, 2018
    Dan was awarded an opportunity fund grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease for furthering his study of mast cells in human nasal polyposis.
  • October 16, 2018
    Our work on basal cells in human nasal polyp was reviewed in Immunity.
  • October 5, 2018
    Lora’s paper on respiratory brush cells makes the cover of Science Immunology!
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