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JAbraham   Jonathan Abraham, M.D., Ph.D., Member of the Faculty
  Dan Barouch, Ph.D., M.D., Professor
Immunology and virology of HIV-1 infection
  Facundo D. Batista, Ph.D., Professor
B cell activation and antibody production
  Jonathan Beckwith, Ph.D., American Cancer Society Professor of Microbiology and Immunobiology, Emeritus
Bacterial genetics: protein folding, protein secretion, protein disulfide bond formation and reduction, cytoplasmic redox pathways
  Thomas Livingston Benjamin, Ph.D., Professor, Emeritus
Experimental cancer research using the polyoma virus-mouse system
  Christophe Benoist, Ph.D., M.D., Morton Grove-Rasmussen Professor of Immunohematology
Systems Immunology of Tolerance and Autoimmunity
  Thomas G. Bernhardt, Ph.D., Professor
Bacterial genetics; mechanism of cell division and its spatial and temporal regulation; cell wall construction
  Harvey Cantor, M.D., Baruj Benacerraf Professor of Microbiology and Immunobiolgy
Development and function of T cells, their subsets and distinctive markers
  Isaac Chiu, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Neuro-immune mechanisms of pain and inflammation
  John Collier, Ph.D., Maude and Lillian Presley Professor, Emeritus
Protein structure and function; bacterial exotoxins; protein-membrane interactions
  Martin E. Dorf, Ph.D., Professor
Use of proteomics to investigate signaling mechanisms controlling innate antiviral immunity; Role of polyubiquitination in signalosome assembly
  Stephanie Dougan, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Cancer immunology
  Dan Fraenkel, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer; Professor of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, Emeritus
Microbial metabolism, yeast glycolysis
  Lee Gehrke, Ph.D., Professor
Emerging viruses; use of 2D and 3D human cell culture models to study viral infections; rapid virus detection technologies
  Michael Goldberg, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Development and delivery of novel therapeutics to address cancer
  Darren Higgins, Ph.D., Professor
Host-pathogen interactions: intracellular bacterial pathogens; mechanisms of virulence and the host immune response
  Ann Hochschild, Ph.D., Maude and Lillian Presley Professor of Microbiology and Immunobiology
Bacterial transcription and its regulation; genetic approaches for studying protein-protein interactions
  Peter Howley, M.D., Shattuck Professor of Pathological Anatomy
Molecular biology of the papillomaviruses; virus/host cell interactions; the role of ubiquitin ligases in human disease
  Dennis Kasper, M.D., William Ellery Channing Professor of Medicine
Role of the host-specific microbiota in shaping the immune system and the mechanistic influence of microbial molecules on susceptibility/resistance to autoimmune/infectious diseases
  Elliott Kieff, M.D., Ph.D., Harriet Ryan Albee Professor of Medicine
Virology: molecular biology of Epstein-Barr virus infection, transformation of B lymphocytes to Hodgkins Disease
  David Knipe, Ph.D., Higgins Professor of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics; Interim Co-Chair
Virology: molecular biology of herpes simplex virus productive and latent infection; innate immune responses to viruses; viral vaccines
  Roberto Kolter, Ph.D., Professor
Microbial molecular genetics: bacterial biofilms, interspecies interactions, genome evolution
  Aleksandar Kostic, Ph.D., Member of the Faculty
Microbiome-immune system interactions: Gnotobiotic mouse modeling of simple microbial communities and their impact on immune function
  Philip Kranzusch, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Enzyme biochemistry and innate immune signaling
  Stephen Lory, Ph.D., Professor
Bacterial pathogenesis: global gene regulation during host-pathogen interactions, genomics, mechanisms of secretion of bacterial virulence factors
  Diane Mathis, Ph.D., Morton Grove-Rasmussen Professor of Immunohematology
T cell differentiation, tolerance and autoimmunity
  John Mekalanos, Ph.D., Adele Lehman Professor of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics
Protein chemistry and bacterial genetics; biochemistry of bacterial toxins; genetic analysis of bacterial virulence
  Max Nibert, M.D., Ph.D., Professor
Virology: reoviruses and rotaviruses; structure and assembly, entry, transcription and RNA processing, interactions with cells, pathogenesis
  David Rudner, Ph.D., Professor
Spore formation in B. subtilis. Cell-cell signaling, determinants of subcellular protein localization, chromosomal organization and segregation
  Arlene Sharpe, M.D., Ph.D., George Fabyan Professor of Comparative Pathology; Interim Co-Chair
T cell costimulation
  Joseph G. Sodroski, M.D., Professor
Virology: human immunodeficiency virus entry into host cells; HIV pathogenesis; host restriction factors (TRIM5); HIV entry inhibitors and neutralizing antibodies
  Michael Starnbach, Ph.D., Professor
T-lymphocyte responses to bacterial pathogens; subcellular compartmentalization of bacterial antigens
  Ulrich von Andrian, Ph.D., M.D., Edward Mallinckrodt Jr. Professor of Immunopathology
leukocyte trafficking; intravital microscopy; host-pathogen interactions; dendritic cell biology; differentiation and function of antigen-experienced lymphocytes, including T cells, B cells and NK cells; regulation of immunity and inflammation by neuro-immune interactions; control of regional immune responses by microvascular endothelial cells; modulation of adaptive immune responses with nanoparticles
  Bruce Walker, M.D., Professor
Mechanisms of immune control in HIV infection
  Suzanne Walker, Ph.D., Professor
Chemical biology applied to microbial systems; antibiotic mechanisms; enzyme structure, function, inhibition, and engineering
  Frederick Wang, M.D., Professor
Molecular biology, pathogenesis, and therapy of Epstein-Barr virus infection and associated malignancies
  Sean Whelan, Ph.D., Professor
Molecular biology of the non-segmented negative-sense (NNS) RNA viruses
  Florian Winau, M.D., Assistant Professor
T cell biology, antigen presentation, and the role of lipids in Immunology
  Kai Wucherpfennig, Ph. D., M.D., Professor
T cell Biology and Cancer Immunology
  Priscilla L. Yang, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Chemistry and biology of host-virus interactions