Retinol is essential for proper FUNCTION & DEVELOPMENT of human organs. We study molecular mechanisms of RETINOL TRANSPORT into cells.
– Hui Sun Lab
We are determining the molecular structure of MEMBRANE TRANSPORT PROTEINS that are critical for the basic functioning of a cell.
– Jeff Abramson Lab
We are determining the function of a NOVEL GENE (NTC) associated with HEART FAILURE.
– Grace Xiao Lab
We do SUPER-RESOLUTION imaging of cell structures. Here is the cytoskeleton of a fixed cell stained with QUANTUM DOTS.
– Shimon Weiss Lab
We study the molecular mechanisms underlying the progression of HEART & LUNG DISEASE, and test novel approaches for TREATMENT.
– Mansoureh Eghbali Lab
We study the structure and mechanisms of assembly of SPECIALIZED JUNCTIONS between NERVE CELLS.
– Guido Zampighi Lab
We use multi-scale COMPUTATIONAL & MATHEMATICAL modeling to study biological functions and diseases affecting METABOLISM, SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION, & CARDIAC ARRHYTMIAS.
– Zhilin Qu Lab
We are deciphering clinical and neurobiological aspects of BRAIN-GUT interactions in HEALTH & DISEASE.
– Emeran Mayer Lab
We've DEVELOPED THE TECHNOLOGY to screen hundreds of cell samples for STRUCTURAL CHANGES that can be used to identify TREATMENTS for diseases such as MALARIA & CANCER.
– Amy Rowat Lab
We are unraveling ESSENTIAL PROCESSES found in all cells: the mechanisms of ION PERMEATION & CHANNEL GATING.
– Riccardo Olcese Lab
Calcium is crucial for IMMUNE CELL ACTIVATION. We are learning the molecular mechanisms which allow calcium to enter cells.
– Yousang Gwack Lab
We study the cellular and molecular basis LEARNING & MEMORY.
– David Glanzman Lab
We explore relationships between the IMMUNE SYSTEM & SKELETAL MUSCLE that influence muscle growth, regeneration and disease.
– Jim Tidball Lab
We use MOLECULAR IMAGING to track the growth and progression of an OVARIAN CANCER model.
– Lily Wu Lab
We study the HEART, determining MOLECULAR SIGNALING PATHWAYS within its cells.
– Peipei Ping Lab