Research Laboratories

Researchers in the Department of Microbiology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai operate 17 independent laboratories.

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Ashour Laboratory

Studies innate immune response against virus

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Bogunovic Laboratory

Explores human immunogenetics

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Bouvier Laboratory

Looks at factors that affect respiratory transmission of influenza viruses

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Evans Laboratory

Investigates interactions between viruses and hosts 

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Fernandez-Sesma Laboratory

Researches innate immunity evasion by viruses of human health interest

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García-Sastre Laboratory

Focuses on viral pathogens

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Krammer Laboratory

Studies antibody responses to viral surface glycoproteins 

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Lee Laboratory

Explores how viruses survive and propagate 

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Lim Laboratory

Studies the pathogenesis of mosquito-transmitted viruses

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Marazzi Laboratory

Investigates the mechanisms that control cell response 

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Moran Laboratory

Looks at immunity to infectious diseases 

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Palese Laboratory

Researches host-virus interactions 

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Rosenberg Laboratory

Studies host response to viral infection using genomics technologies

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Shaw Laboratory

Investigates interactions between RNA viruses and their hosts

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Simon Laboratory

Studies virus-host interactions

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tenOever Laboratory

Focuses on manipulation of viruses

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Tortorella Laboratory

Researches how HCMV operates in human host

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Ueno Laboratory

Investigates B and T cell responses after vaccination and viral infection