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    David H Sachs

    David H Sachs

    Paul S. Russell/Warner Lambert Professor of Surgery, Emeritus

    This laboratory is involved in studies of transplantation biology, with an emphasis on understanding and manipulating transplantation immunity and...

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    Massachusetts General Hospital East
    Center for Transplantation Sciences, Rm. 9002
    149 13th Street
    Charlestown, MA 02129
    p: 617-726-4065
    Peter Sage

    Peter Sage

    Assistant Professor of Medicine

    Research in the Sage Lab focuses on understanding how the immune system regulates B cell responses and antibody production. Antibodies clear harmful...

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    Brigham and Women's Hospital
    Transplant Research Center Renal Division
    221 Longwood Ave, EBRC301a
    Boston, MA 02115
    p: 617-525-8002
    David T. Scadden

    David T. Scadden

    Professor of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology
    The Scadden laboratory focuses on stem cell interactions with their niche. Stem cell function is governed by input from local and systemic environments that... Read more about David T. Scadden
    Massachusetts General Hospital
    Director, MGH Center for Regenerative Medicine
    185 Cambridge St., CPZN #4265A
    Boston, MA 02114
    Tel: 617-726-5615
    Fax: 617-724-2662

    Harvard University
    Sherman Fairchild 258B
    7 Divinity Ave.
    Cambridge, MA 02138
    Tel: 617-496-7478
    Fax: 617-496-8324
    Brian Seed

    Brian Seed

    Professor of Genetics

    Work in our lab is centered on approaches to identify interesting genes and pathway connections using automated methods for analysis of function. We have...

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    Massachusetts General Hospital
    Simches Research Center, CPZN-7106
    185 Cambridge Street
    Boston, MA 02114
    p: 617-726-5975
    Caroline Sokol

    Caroline Sokol

    Assistant Professor of Medicine

    Innate and neuro-immune control of allergic immunity

    The innate immune system plays a central role in adaptive immune initiation by sensing...

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    Massachusetts General Hospital East
    Center for Immunology and Inflammatory Diseases
    149 13th Street, Room 8.101
    Charlestown, MA 02129
    p: 617-643-9320
    Jack L. Strominger

    Jack L. Strominger

    Higgins Professor of Biochemistry

    The study of histocompatibility in man and in other vertebrates led to the understanding of the mechanisms of immune recognition and to the discovery of...

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    Dana Farber Cancer Institute
    Dana Bldg., Room 1420
    44 Binney Street
    Boston, MA 2115
    p: 617-632-3083, 617-495-2733
    Ye Sun

    Ye Sun

    Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology

    Immune cells play important roles in retinal vascular development/remodeling/repair and degeneration. Immune dysregulation during these processes in the...

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    Boston Children's Hospital
    Center for Life Sciences Building, Room 18045
    300 Longwood Ave.
    Boston, MA 02115
    p: 617-919-2535
    Filip Swirski

    Filip Swirski

    Associate Professor of Radiology

    Adaptation to change is fundamental to living things. Our genome might encode instruction on how organs function and interact, but the choices we make and...

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    Massachusetts General Hospital
    Simches Research Building, Room 5-216
    185 Cambridge Street
    Boston, MA 02114
    p: 617-724-6242
    Daniel G. Tenen

    Daniel G. Tenen

    Professor of Medicine
    Dr. Tenen's laboratory focuses on transcription factors and gene regulation, and their relationship to differentiation. The laboratory has characterized... Read more about Daniel G. Tenen
    Department of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
    Hematology/Oncology Division, BIDMC
    Center for Life Sciences Room 437
    3 Blackfan Circle
    Boston, MA 02115
    p: 617-735-2235
    Cox Terhorst

    Cox Terhorst

    Professor of Medicine

    Assembly and signal transduction of the T cell receptor for antigen. To examine the role of the CD3 genes in thymocyte development and in T cell function...

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    Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
    3 Blackfan Circle
    CLSB 938
    Boston, MA 02215
    p: 617-735-4130
    Amy J. Wagers

    Amy J. Wagers

    Forst Family Professor of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology

    The broad interest of the WAGERS LAB is to identify and analyze tissue-specific stem cell populations in adult animals. This work focuses on understanding...

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    Harvard University
    Bauer Center, Room 3-307
    7 Divinity Ave.
    Cambridge, MA 02138
    Tel: 617-496-3046
    Fax: 617-496-9679

    Joslin Diabetes Center
    Room 620C
    One Joslin Place
    Boston, MA 02215
    Tel: 617-309-2590
    Fax: 617-309-2593

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