Displaying items by tag: department of microbiology

Jessica Scoffield, Ph.D., is the first recipient of an underrepresented faculty research fellowship.
BK polyomavirus reactivation is a major source of kidney damage in transplant recipients leading to rejection, so reducing viral levels may save more kidneys.

Understanding the molecular basis of binding informs ways to prevent retroviral replication, including the HIV retrovirus.

This national honor recognizes Kearney’s distinguished contributions to immunology.

The mechanism the tuberculosis pathogen uses in its escape suggests possible therapies to improve patient outcomes.
Two Novel Research grants from the Lupus Research Alliance boost the study of this complex disease.
Frances Lund highlighted the need to do drug trials where the concentrations of inflammatory diseases are highest — the Southeast.
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