New collaboration with Pfizer aimed at speeding drug discovery

Pathology & Immunology faculty are among the members of the steering committee for this initiative.

Three questions with Gautam Dantas

A microbiology professor discusses antibiotic resistance and his lab’s efforts to help physicians fight antibiotic-resistant infections.

Randolph featured by Kenneth Rainin Foundation in video

Gwendolyn Randolph, PhD is featured in the Foundation’s “Researcher’s Breakthrough Moment” video series (February 9th edition). She is one of the Foundation’s grantees

Chancellor Wrighton’s message on immigration actions

In a message to the university community, Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton addresses the immigration actions stemming from the executive order

Oltz receives AAI distinguished service award

Dr. Eugene M. Oltz, PhD has been awarded the American Association of Immunologists Distinguished Service Award for outstanding service to the

Postdoc named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list for health care

Carrie A. Cowardin, PhD studies the gut microbes’ influence on bone development in the lab of Jeffrey I. Gordon, MD.

Grant updates: November and December 2016

Nima Mosammaparast, Thaddeus Stappenbeck, Joshua Swamidass, Gene Oltz and Kathleen Sheehan among awardees in November and December with grants totaling nearly

$10 million gift creates Bursky Center for Human Immunology and Immunotherapy

Research harnesses immune system against cancer, other diseases.

Gordon receives Beering Award

Honor recognizes pioneering work on the human microbiome

Murphy, Virgin elected to National Academy of Sciences

Membership is one of highest honors that can be awarded to U.S. scientists