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Department of Pathology, Microbiology, and Immunology

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Investigative Pathology Division Faculty

     Name                                                                           Specialty

 

Abel, Ty W. Intracellular signaling pathways in normal CNS development and neoplasia
Amarnath, Venkataraman Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Neurotoxicity Testing
Arnold, Shanna

Biomarkers in Urogenital Cancers

Atkinson, James B.

Mechanisms of cardiovascular disease (atherosclerosis/ cardiovascular disease /heart transplantation)
Bock, Paul E. Regulation of blood coagulation proteolytic enzymes.

Burk, Raymond F.

Selenium metabolism and function in animals and human beings

Cates, Justin M.M.

Pathologic and molecular diagnosis of bone and soft tissue tumors

Davidson, Jeffrey M.

Connective tissue research; Wound healing; Gene therapy
Dickeson, S. Kent Investigating the mechanisms of a2b1 integrin activation.
Eischen, Christine M. Oncogenic transformation and lymphoma

Fogo, Agnes B.

Role of growth factors in the progression and potential regression of chronic renal disease.
Gailani, David Regulation of hemostasis
Geng, Ling
The role of integrin alpha-2 in lung cancer development and metastasis
Giltnane, Jennifer  
Head, David Pathogenesis of Myelodysplastic Syndrome and Acute Myeloid Leukemia

Hoover, Richard L.

Cell-cell interactions emphasizing leukocyte-endothelial systems; endothelial cell biology
Hudson, Billy G. Collagen biochemistry; matrix biology
Jerome, W. Gray The role of lysosomes in abnormal cholesterol metabolism, atherosclerosis, and cancer.
Johnson, Joyce E. Adult and pediatric pneumonitis, infectious and non-infectious; lung cancer; cytopathology

Lannigan, Deborah

 
Majka, Susan Stem cell
Major, Amy S. The role of innate and adaptive immunity in atherosclerosis
Mallah, Simon  
McDonald, Oliver G. GI pathology, epigenetic reprogramming, pancreatic cancer
Mitchell, William M. Pathogenesis of intracellular microbes (Chlamydia / HIV / SARS-CoV structure-function drug and vaccine design / genetic vaccines) and weapons of bioterroism.
Mosse, Claudio A. Tumor dysregulation of apoptosis pathways leading to T cell induced apoptosis resistance
Opalenik, Susan Renee Mesenchymal stem cell differentiation potential in dermal wound repair.
Osteen, Kevin G. Cellular and molecular mechanisms controlling growth and differentiation in the female reproductive tract
Sampson, Uche Lab research is centered on the use of noninvasive imaging and bench laboratory methods for in vivo structural and molecular assessment of abdominal aortic aneurysms in hyperlipidemic mice.
Sanders, Melinda E. Breast cancer and proliferative breast disease

Schoenecker, Jonathan

The role of Coagulation in Normal and Pathologic Orthopaedic Related Wounds
Seegmiller, Adam Regulation of fatty acid metabolism in cystic fibrosis and hematolymphoid malignancies
Sephel, Gregory C. Control of matrix directed capillary morphogenesis.

Shepherd, Virginia L.

Expression and regulation of macrophage cell surface receptors.
Shultz, Edward Medical Informatics; Clinical Chemistry; Physician Workstations; Health Information Systems
Stricker, Thomas  
Suzuki, Takashi Adipocyte Biology and Lipid Metabolism

Swift, Larry L.

Lipoprotein metabolism and adipocyte biology
Valentine, William M. Mechanisms of environmental neurotoxicants
Verhamme, Ingrid M. Regulation of blood coagulation proteolytic enzymes
Wallace, Jeanne M. Administration of animal research resources,
Post-graduate training of veterinarians in laboratory animal and comparative medicine,
Collaborative research involving animal models of human disease

Ware, Lorraine B.

 
Weaver, Alissa M. Dynamic actin assembly for cell motility and cancer metastasis
Woodworth, Alison L. Clinical Chemistry, clinical endocrinology, biomarkers of maternal/fetal medicine, sepsis

Young, Pampee

Role of bone marrow derived stem cells in the context of cardiac and wound regeneration as well as tumor progression.

Zijlstra, Andries

Tumor cell invasion and cancer metastasis
Zutter, Mary Integrin-mediated cell adhesion in development, cancer, innate immunity and vascular biology.

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