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Below is a list of all Center for Human Immunobiology members. View individual profiles of our faculty members — with publication and contact information, research and clinical specialties and more — via the links below.

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Abdala Valencia, Hiam

Abdala Valencia, Hiam

Associate Professor of Medicine (Pulmonary and Critical Care)

Bio

Application of next generation sequencing technology and integrative “wet” lab approaches to basic and translational research of lung diseases, including but not limited to: asthma, COPD, pulmonary fi... [more]

Ahmed, Aisha

Ahmed, Aisha

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (Allergy and Immunology)

Ajroud, Kaouther

Ajroud, Kaouther

Research Assistant Professor of Medicine (Allergy and Immunology)

Alonso, Estella M

Alonso, Estella M

Professor of Pediatrics (Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition) and Medical Social Sciences (Outcome and Measurement Science)

Bio

My primary research interest is in health outcomes following pediatric liver transplantation and acute liver failure. I lead a research group that studies all aspects of outcomes from survival to heal... [more]

Ardehali, Hossein

Ardehali, Hossein

Professor of Medicine (Cardiology) and Pharmacology

Bio

Research interests: role of mitochondria and metabolism in cardiovascular disease; cellular iron regulation. Clinical interests: general and preventive cardiology.

Atkinson, Carl

Atkinson, Carl

Adjunct Professor of Surgery

Avella Patino, Diego M

Avella Patino, Diego M

Assistant Professor of Surgery (Thoracic Surgery)

Bartom, Elizabeth T

Bartom, Elizabeth T

Assistant Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics and Preventive Medicine

Batra, Ayush

Batra, Ayush

Assistant Professor of Neurology (Neurocritical Care) and Pathology

Berdnikovs, Sergejs

Berdnikovs, Sergejs

Associate Professor of Medicine (Allergy and Immunology)

Bio

The question of primary interest in my lab is why only select individuals, despite being genetically similar and living in the same allergen environment, are prone to developing allergic disease, and ... [more]

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