https://academicwebpages.com/wp-content/uploads/AWP-image-Huang.png 1200 1200 Nancy McNamara https://academicwebpages.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/AWP-logo-white.png Nancy McNamara2020-03-24 19:50:262020-10-26 19:44:21Huang Lab, Broad Institute
The Huang Lab develops and applies cutting-edge statistical genetics and computational techniques to understand the genetic architecture of human complex disorders, especially autoimmune and psychiatric disorders. We are especially interested in novel methods to leverage cross-ancestry genomics data for insights into the disease pathogenesis. Huang Lab is a member of the Analytic and Translational Genetics Unit at the Massachusetts General Hospital, the Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research at the Broad Institute, and Harvard Medical School. Huang lab works closely with the International Inflammatory Bowel Diseases Consortium (IIBDGC) and the Psychiatric Genomics Consortium (PGC).
https://academicwebpages.com/wp-content/uploads/pantophlet.png 1200 1200 Nancy McNamara https://academicwebpages.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/AWP-logo-white.png Nancy McNamara2019-04-02 20:32:282021-01-28 14:35:29Pantophlet Laboratory at Simon Fraser University
The Pantophlet Lab aims to contribute to the field of vaccine immunology through the development of novel vaccine antigens and vaccination strategies. They probe how epitopes dictate antibody recognition and are investigating also how epitope modifications affect the elicitation of antibody responses of desired specificity. As an extension of this work, they are exploring how to engineer and formulate immunogens to elicit neutralizing antibodies to conserved sites on viruses such as HIV-1 and influenza.
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The Wechsler-Reya lab studies the signals that control cell growth and differentiation in the nervous system and how these signals are dysregulated in brain tumors.