The research conducted in Microbiology-Immunology is pushing the frontiers of understanding microbe-host interactions. The strong interactions among faculty that investigate bacterial-host interactions, viral dynamics, and immunological mechanisms supports vigorous training programs and leading-edge research. Faculty have active collaborations beyond the department, including with the Lurie Cancer Center, with basic and clinical departments on the Chicago campus, and with complementary departments on the nearby Evanston campus. The department faculty are engaged in research at all training levels through direct interactions with students and through weekly journal clubs and seminars. The faculty serve the scientific community through service on journal editorial boards, on NIH study sections, and on foundation advisory boards.
Find out more about our research via the following links.
- Areas of Research
Explore our areas of research and connect with faculty, staff and student researchers
- Training Grants
Learn more about our institutional training grants funded by the National Institutes of Health to develop and enhance research training opportunities
- Interdepartmental Immunobiology Center (IBC) Flow Cytometry Facility
Discover our services and equipment, and how our core facility fosters collaborative research in immunobiology
Learn more about research at Feinberg, including our cores, current clinical trials and administrative resources.