Department research in immunology spans a wide range of topics including immunopathogenesis, natural and vaccine-induced immunity, and host:pathogen interactions. The following faculty conduct immunological research in one or more of these areas in the context of dengue, HIV, influenza, malaria, and West Nile virus infections.
|Sandra P. Chang, Ph.D.||Immunology, molecular biology, molecular approaches to vaccine development for malaria and other infectious diseases|
|William L. Gosnell, Ph.D.||Host parasite interactions, malaria, immunology|
|Virginia S. Hinshaw, Ph.D.||Influenza virus epidemiology, pathogenicity, immunology and vaccines|
|George S. N. Hui, Ph.D.||Parasitology, immunology, cell biology|
|Lishomwa Ndhlovu, MD, Ph.D.||HIV immunology|
|Diane W. Taylor, Ph.D.||Immunology of malaria in pregnant women and newborns|
|Saguna Verma, Ph.D.||Molecular, biochemical aspects of viral diseases; innate immunity to viral infection|