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Faculty Directory - Immunology

Associate Professor
Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
Our broad research program concerns the study of microbial pathogenesis, innate immunity, and the study of neural-immune communications.
(919) 668-1783
Professor, Departments of Pathology, Immunology and Molecular Genetics & Microbiology
Pathology
Host-pathogen cross talk and mast cell modulation of innate and adaptive immune responses
9196843630
Edwin L. Jones, Jr. and Lucille Finch Jones Cancer Research Professor
Pathology
Neuro-oncology; cancer genomics; cancer immunology; immunotoxins
919-684-6790
Assistant Professor
Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
Fundamental processes underlying infectious disease.
(919)684-7109
Associate Professor
Application of high-throughput technologies in conjunction with traditional experimental methods to better understand the biology of cancers.
(919)681-1912
Associate Professor
Clinical Sciences
Cancer Biology, including regulation of apoptosis in therapeutic resistance, tumor-immune microenvironment, growth factor receptors, and genomics
919 668 0410
Professor
Pathology
Mechanisms for generating normal and pathologic immune responses, primarily in the context of inflammatory bowel disease.
(919) 684-4771
Assistant Professor
Immunology
Signaling pathways that govern how dendritic cells interact with microbial commensals in the intestine.
(919) 660-9003
Director, Duke Human Vaccine Institute; Leader, Laboratory of B cell Biology
Clinical Sciences
Overcoming host factors that prevent induction of B cells producing broadly protective antibodies for HIV-1, influenza vaccine development.
(919) 684-5279
Professor/M.D. Ph.D.
Immunology
T lymphocyte biology, lymphocyte apoptosis, autophagy, human viral infection, T lymphocyte functional exhaustion
(919)613-7870
Assistant Professor
Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
Understanding the interaction between respiratory RNA viruses and their hosts.
(919) 684-1351
James B. Duke Professor
Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
Coordination of gene expression on the post-transcriptional level by RNA-binding proteins and small noncoding RNAs.
Assistant Professor
Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
Identification and characterization of human genetic variation affecting infection and inflammation.
Professor and Chair
Immunology
Molecular mechanisms that regulate V(D)J recombination at T cell receptor loci during mouse T lymphocyte development.
919-684-4985
Professor of Medicine, Professor of Pathology, Associate Professor of Surgery
Pathology
Pathogenesis of arthritis and development of novel biomarker tools to aid in the diagnosis, prognosis, monitoring, and effective intervention of the disease in humans and animal model systems.
919-681-6652
Assistant Professor of Immunology
Immunology
microRNA regulation during the T cell development and differentiation
9196684070
Associate Professor
Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
Mechanisms of viral oncogenesis and host response to oncogenic virus infection
919-668-3091
Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery & Pathology
Development of strategies to prevent osteoarthritis and promote tissue repair and regeneration following joint injury. Understanding the mechanotransduction pathways that modulate cartilage and meniscus homeostasis and how these signaling pathways are altered with aging and pathology to reveal potential targets to prevent joint tissue degeneration and osteoarthritis.
(919) 684-6882
Associate Professor
Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
Viral suppression of immune responses to infection, and the development of live-virus vaccines to improve protection against viral infections.
(919) 684-2480
Associate Professor
Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
Microbial regulation of intestinal physiology; adipose tissue development and metabolic disease.
Assistant Professor
Immunology
Understanding the differentiation, function, and plasticity of CD4 T cells in the context of various allergic, inflammatory, and malignant disorders.
919-684-4829
Associate Professor of Pediatrics-Infectious Diseases, Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, Director-Duke Scholars in Infectious Diseases
Clinical Sciences
Host-pathogen interactions in the enteric and genitourinary tracts.
(919) 684-9590
Professor, Human Vaccine Institute
Pathology
Immune senescence associated with aging, and the host response to infectious agents and/or vaccination.
(919) 684-4386
Assistant Professor
Immunology
Innate immunity impacts on adaptive immunity during development of diseases, such as cancer, infections, and autoimmune diseases.
(919)613-6977
University Distinguished Service Professor, Director of Duke NMR Spectroscopy Center
Biochemistry
Studies of molecular structures, assembly mechanisms and function of biological macromolecular machines with physical biochemistry methods.
(919)684-4327
Professor
Pathology
Development of vaccine adjuvants and vaccination methods to deliver vaccines by mucosal routes without the use of needles.
919-684-8823
Associate Professor
Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
Mechanisms of innate immunity, particularly those provided by the IRG proteins in mice and humans.
9192860411 7740
Alter E. Geller Professor for Research in Immunology
Immunology
B lymphocyte function and the structure of cell surface molecules that regulate B cell function, activation and signal transduction.
(919) 684-3681
Assistant Professor
Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
Tuberculosis: Mycobacterial pathogenesis and host susceptibility.
(919) 684-9152
Assistant Professor
Immunology
Understanding how cells balance different DNA repair pathways
(919) 660-9003
Assistant Professor of Medicine and Immunology
How the cholesterol biosynthesis pathway regulates innate and adaptive immune responses and its implication in autoimmune, inflammatory diseases.
(919) 684-5586
Professor of Medicine
Clinical Sciences
Cancer immunology and immune regulation
(919) 668-0932
Associate Professor
Immunology
Adaptor proteins in immunoreceptor-mediated signaling, cellular activation, and development of autoimmunity
(919)613-7803
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Clinical Sciences
Signal transduction in the immune system and control of immune cell development and function.
(919) 681-9450
Professor
Immunology
Genetic analysis of lymphocyte development and lymphoid system diseases.
(919)613-7824