Jonathan Abraham
Jonathan Abraham, Assistant Professor

Molecular biology, immunology, and structural biology

Thomas Bernhardt
Thomas Bernhardt, Professor

Bacterial genetics; mechanism of cell division and regulation

Lee Gehrke
Lee Gehrke, Professor

Emerging viruses; rapid virus detection technologies

SHelaine
Sophie Helaine, Member of the Faculty

Salmonella persisters during infection and bacterial growth control

DHiggins
Darren Higgins, Professor

Host-pathogen interactions: intracellular bacterial pathogens

Ann Hochschild
Ann Hochschild, Professor and Chair

Bacterial genetics; mechanisms of transcription and bacterial prions

David Knipe
David Knipe, Professor

Molecular biology of herpes simplex virus; viral vaccines

AKostic
Alexander Kostic, Assistant Professor

Microbiome-immune system interactions

Philip Kranzusch
Philip Kranzusch, Assistant Professor

Enzyme biochemistry and innate immune signaling

Stephen Lory
Stephen Lory, Professor

Bacterial pathogenesis: genomics

JMekalanos
John Mekalanos, Professor

Protein chemistry and bacterial genetics

JMoffitt
Jeffrey Moffitt, Assistant Professor

In situ single-cell ‘omics in the microbiome-gut-brain-axis

MNibert
Max Nibert, Professor

Reoviruses and rotaviruses

David Rudner
David Rudner, Professor

Cell envelope biogenesis in gram-positive bacteria; entrance/exit from dormancy

ASchmidt
Aaron Schmidt, Assistant Professor

Protein engineering, antibody evolution and small-molecule discovery

JSodroski
Joseph Sodroski, Professor

Human immunodeficiency virus entry into host cells; HIV

MStarnbach
Michael Starnbach, Professor

T-lymphocyte responses to bacterial pathogens

SWalker
Suzanne Walker, Professor

Chemical biology applied to microbial systems

FWang
Frederick Wang, Professor

Molecular biology, pathogenesis, and therapy of Epstein-Barr virus infection

Sean Whelan
Sean Whelan, Professor

Molecular biology of the non-segmented negative-sense (NNS) RNA viruses

 

Priscilla Yang
Priscilla Yang, Associate Professor

Chemistry and biology of host-virus interactions