Topic: Immunology and Pathology

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Barry Beaty

A Universityi Distinguished Professor, Beaty researches diseases spread by insects, such as malaria and dengue, West Nile and yellow fever.

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John Belisle

Belisle focuses on the physiology of bacterial pathogens that cause tuberculosis, leprosy and tularemia, and how products of these bacteria interact with the hosts.

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Gerald Callahan

Gerald Callahan, chair of the Creative Nonfiction Graduate Program, researches interactions between the human immune and nervous systems, humans and their microbiomes, and the biological basis of sex.

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Steven Dow

Dow, director of the Center for Immune and Regenerative Medicine, researches stem cell therapy and regenerative medicine treatments for diseases of humans and companion animals, and directs a research program in tumor immunology/immunotherapy and tumor vaccines at the Flint Animal Cancer Center.

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Ed Hoover

University Distinguished Professor Dr. Ed Hoover researches prions and retroviruses and experimental vaccines for prion infections. He developed the FeLV vaccine against the retrovirus that caused leukemia in cats.

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Anne Lenaerts

Lenaerts focuses on development and application of novel preclinical animal models to further anti-tuberculosis drug discovery and to study anti-mycobacterial resistance and persistence.

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