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Farrar Lab

The Farrar Lab is interested in understanding how external signals regulate immune cell function and development. 

  • J. David Farrar, Ph.D.
clinical immunology Immunology cancer immunology Circadian rhythms allergy infectious disease

Fiolka Lab

The long-term goal of Fiolka Lab's research is to develop and implement imaging technologies that provide unprecedented insight into cancer biology. 

  • Reto Fiolka, Ph.D.
Biomedical Engineering

Fontoura Lab

Our laboratory studies the cell biology of viral-host interactions. 

  • Beatriz M.A. Fontoura, Ph.D.
Cancer Biology Molecular Microbiology

Forsberg Lab

Bacteria and phages are in everlasting conflict – constantly devising new genes, systems, and mechanisms to keep pace with their competitors. The Forsberg lab studies this “evolutionary arms race”, using high-powered selections to unearth new functions and careful experiments to reveal their mechanisms.

  • Kevin Forsberg, Ph.D.
Molecular Microbiology

Foster Lab (CDRC)

We investigate how the immune system and gut microbiota influence brain function and behavior. We use molecular, behavioral, anatomical, and immunological approaches in the lab. In parallel, we collaborate with clinical groups to examine the role of inflammatory and gut-brain mediators in psychiatric illness.

The Foster Lab research program represents a “best in class” translational research approach in an enriched, multidisciplinary environment. Foster's academic activities include a strong translational research program, a comprehensive teaching portfolio, science outreach, contribution to local, national, and international peer review and knowledge translation.

  • Jane Foster, Ph.D.
Gut microbiome microbiome brain

Fox Lab

While cardiac and thoracic surgeries are often life-saving and may invoke life-changing improvements in health related quality of life, many patients also experience varying degrees of end organ injury and associated complications that can persist in the years following surgery. In 2014 Amanda Fox, M.D., M.P.H. initiated a genomics, biomarkers and outcomes research group at UTSW. This group values multi-specialty collaborations between anesthesiologists, surgeons cardiologists, radiologists, critical care physicians, biostatisticians, geneticists, bench scientists, and many other specialties.

  • Amanda Fox, M.D., M.P.H.

Fragile X Syndrome Research Center

The Fragile X Syndrome Research Center is a team of investigators from UT Southwestern and the University of California at Riverside. The Center supports three projects representing a multilevel, integrated approach that tests mechanisms of sensory neocortical dysfunction in fragile X syndrome (FXS) and pharmacological approaches to reduce the deficits.

  • Kimberly Huber, Ph.D.

Friedman Lab

Our lab is interested in addressing a fundamental question of cell biology: How are organelles spatially organized?

  • Jonathan Friedman, Ph.D.
Cell and Molecular Biology

Fu Lab

At the Fu Lab of human neuroscience we investigate the neural bases of cognitive control.

  • Zhongzheng Fu, Ph.D.
Biomedical Engineering Neuroscience

Fujikawa Lab

Obesity and metabolic diseases have been increasing at the alarming rate and threatening our health and economy over the world. However, we still don’t know much about how our metabolic homeostasis is regulated. Understanding the mechanism underlying the regulation of metabolism is a fundamental step towards designing new treatments for obesity and its associated diseases, and many other metabolic diseases

  • Teppei Fujikawa, Ph.D.

Fujita Lab

We are interested in the circuit mechanisms of how the cerebellum helps the brain to work better in health and disease.

  • Hirofumi Fujita, M.D., Ph.D.