Inflammation contributes to the pathology of various metabolic, cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases. We aim to understand the molecular, physiological and pathological mechanisms that connect the mediators of inflammation with the onset and progression of various diseases.
Molecular mechanisms linking innate immune and insulin signaling to control cell growth and metabolism
Desai, Bimal N.
Ion channels and Ca2+-signaling in inflammation, immunity and tissue homeostasis
Sphingolipids in ocular disease and cancer
Role of lipid oxidation products in inflammation and vascular immunology in atherosclerosis and diabetes
Lynch, Kevin R.
Chemical biology of sphingosine 1-phosphate
Other PSTG Faculty
Cytoskeletal architecture, dynamics and roles in cellular physiology and disease; High-resolution live cell and tissue imaging
Innate immunity, chronic disease, host-parasite interactions, Toxoplasma gondii, proteomics
Eyo, Ukpong Bassey
Exploring new therapeutics avenues to treat Multiple Sclerosis.
Harris, Tajie H.
Immune response to infectious disease in the CNS