Research in the Glick lab focuses on the molecular mechanisms and signaling pathways that regulate formation and progression of cancers that develop in squamous epithelia.
The research area of our laboratory is that of Molecular Toxicology. Our research centers on the study of human variability in chemical detoxication, an area termed 'toxicogenomics.'
The Harvill lab examines the interactions between microbial pathogens and host immunity in the mouse model using bacteria that naturally infect mice and closely related strains that are important human pathogens.
The primary focus of the Perdew Research Group is researching how biological systems respond to exogenous chemicals.
The focus of our laboratory is the determine the biological roles of PPARs in toxicology, carcinogenesis and homeostasis, with a keen interest in identification and characterization of target genes regulated by these receptors.
The primary research interest of the group is to understand the targets of vitamin D in the immune system.
We are interested in how cells integrate the different signals they receive and make correct developmental decisions.
Studies in our laboratory are focused around various cellular and molecular mechanisms by which micronutrients such as selenium and other products of natural origin alter the host response and immune function in response to oxidative stress caused by environmental toxicants and pathogens.