Training Faculty Alphabetical List

Jorge Benach* Pathogenesis of spirochetal infections and host responses
Elizabeth Boon Prokaryotic nitric oxide biology
Nicholas Carpino Positive and negative regulation of T cell receptor signaling
Carol Carter Retroviral assembly and post-assembly
Maurizio Del Poeta Fungal pathogenesis and antifungal drug development
Bettina Fries Pathogenesis of Cryptococcus neoformans chronic infections; staphylococcal enterotoxin B
Bruce Futcher Cancer; cell cycle; microarrays; computational biology; yeast genetics
Yusuf Hannun Lipid mediators of cancer cell signaling
Michael Hayman* Signal transduction in cell growth, differentiation and cancer; nuclear and membrane oncoproteins
Janet Hearing* Influenza viruses and antiviral drug development
Patrick Hearing Adenovirus-host cell interactions; viral vectors for human gene therapy
A. Wali Karzai Structure and function of RNA-binding proteins; SmpB¥SsrA quality control system
Richard Kew* Leukocyte chemotaxis; inflammation
Hwan Kim Rickettsia pathogenesis
James Konopka Signal transduction, morphogenesis and genetics of pathogenic fungi
Adrian Krainer Posttranscriptional gene regulation by pre-mRNA splicing; RNA splicing in cancer and genetic diseases
Laurie Krug* Virus-host interactions during chronic gammaherpesvirus infection
Pawan Kumar IL-17 signaling in human health and disease
Janet Leatherwood Cell cycle control of DNA replication; cell cycle transcription; meiotic RNA processing
Ellen Li Gut microbiota and human disease
Erwin London Membrane protein structure and function; cholesterol-rich membrane domains
Erich Mackow Determinants of viral pathogenesis; Hantaviruses, Rotaviruses, Dengue viruses, influenza viruses
Ute Moll Role of the p53/p73/p63 gene family in human cancer; transcription-independent mitochondrial apoptosis program of p53
David Montrose Understanding and modulating host intrinsic and extrinsic factors in the GI tract to prevent and treat colorectal cancer and inflammatory bowel disease
Aaron Neiman Molecular mechanism of spore formation
Nancy Reich Marshall Signaling switches in gene expression by hormones or viral infection
Daniel Salamango Virus subversion of host antiviral responses; HIV-1, influenza viruses, SARS-CoV-2
Jessica Seeliger Synthesis and assembly of cell membranes in Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Brian Sheridan T cell memory and mucosal immunology
Bruce Stillman Mechanism and control of eukaryotic DNA replication
David Thanassi Bacterial virulence factor secretion, E. coli pilus biogenesis, F. tularensis virulence mechanisms
Peter Tonge Enzyme mechanisms and rational drug design
Christopher Vakoc Chromatin regulatory pathways in the pathogenesis of cancer
Adrianus van der Velden Host interactions with Salmonella
Charles Vorkas Innate lymphocyte biology of infections and cancer
Michael Wigler Molecular basis of cancer
Eckard Wimmer* Molecular biology of poliovirus replication; picornaviral pathogenesis
*Not currently accepting graduate students