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   Dept. of Microbiology & Immunology
   Tulane University School of Medicine
   1430 Tulane Avenue, SL-38
   New Orleans, Louisiana 70112-2699
   Telephone: (504) 988-5150

Faculty


John D. Clements, Ph.D.
Department Chair

- Bacterial Pathogenesis
- Molecular aspects of the host-parasite relationship
- Vaccine Development


Lucy Cardenas Freytag, Ph.D.
- Host-parasite interactions
- Vaccine evaluation and discovery
- Fungal vaccines
- Molecular mechanisms of adjuvanticity

Robert F. Garry, Jr., Ph.D.
- Virology
- Molecular mechanisms of viral pathogenesis


Kerstin Honer zu Bentrup, Ph.D
- Microscopy
- Bacterial Pathogenesis
- Three-dimensional cell-culture systems


Laura S. Levy, Ph.D.

- Molecular Virology
- Molecular mechanisms of retroviral oncogenesis



Louise B. Lawson Ph.D.
-Vaccine and Therapeutic Drug Delivery
-Mucosal Vaccines


James McLachlan, Ph.D
- Bacterial Pathogenesis
- Host-pathogen interactions
- Adaptive immunity to infection
- Role of CD4+ T helper cells during infection and disease


Lisa Morici, Ph.D

- Bacterial Pathogenesis
- Studies of host-pathogen relationship during pulmonary infection
- Vaccine discovery and development against aerosol bacterial agents

Cindy Morris, Ph.D.
- Molecular Virology
- Molecular mechanisms of AIDS pathogenesis and angiogenesis


Elizabeth Norton, Ph.D.

-Mucosal immunity
-Immunologic mechanism of vaccination
-Enhancement of protective immunity with vaccine adjuvants

 


Ramesh Prabhu, Ph.D.
- Molecular Virology
- Antiviral and Vaccine development


Deborah E. Sullivan, Ph.D.

- Molecular mechanisms of pulmonary fibrogenesis



Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-865-5000 website@tulane.edu