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Galindo Lab

My lab’s research efforts are based upon a fundamental interest in the genetic and molecular mechanisms involved in childhood cancer.

  • Rene L. Galindo, M.D., Ph.D

Gammon Lab

Our research is driven by a desire to understand how these microscopic machines both replicate themselves and, at the same time, manage to evade, manipulate, and counter a myriad of host defenses. 

  • Don Gammon, Ph.D.
Viral Immunity
Molecular Microbiology

Gao Lab

We are working at the interface of nanomedicine, cancer, metabolism, and immunotherapy

  • Jinming Gao, Ph.D.
Nano-Immuno-Oncology
Biomedical Engineering Cancer Biology

Garg Lab

Dr. Garg's research focuses on diabetes, insulin resistance, and disorders of adipose tissue.

  • Abhimanyu Garg, M.D.Dr. Garg's research has focused on the problems of diabetes, insulin resistance, and disorders of adipose tissue.

Gautron Lab

The autonomic nervous system comprises a network of sensory and motor neurons that connect the brainstem and spinal cord to thoracic and abdominal organs. A better understanding of the anatomical and functional plasticity of the autonomic nervous system will likely move forward our understanding of numerous chronic diseases including, but not limited to, obesity, diabetes, visceral pain, neuropathy, and eating disorders.

  • Laurent Gautron, Ph.D.

Ge (Woo-Ping) Lab

We seek breakthroughs that change scientific fields and yield new strategies for treating disease. Our ultimate goal is to cure people who would not be cured otherwise.

  • Woo-Ping Ge

German Lab

The German Lab focuses its research on Neurodegenerative Diseases and Autism.

  • Dwight German, Ph.D.
Neuroscience

Gibson Lab

Dr. Gibson's current research focuses on the changes in neocortical circuitry in the mouse model of Fragile X Syndrome (the Fmr1 KO mouse), and the mechanisms underlying these changes.

  • Jay Gibson, Ph.D.
Neuroscience

Glass Lab

The Glass lab focuses on how genes regulate skin development and function by studying how gene mutations or abnormal gene expression lead to skin disease.

  • Donald Glass, M.D., Ph.D.

Goldsmith Lab

Goldsmith Lab combines drug discovery and mechanistic analysis to understanding protein kinases. 

  • Elizabeth J. Goldsmith, Ph.D.
Molecular Biophysics

Goss Lab

The Goss lab collaborates with a multidisciplinary group of researchers to study the heart and lungs long after preterm birth. We are part of the Parkland Outcomes after Prematurity Study (POPS), which conducts collaborative research on outcomes of prematurity from birth through adulthood.

  • Kara Goss, M.D.

Gray Lab

Dr. Gray is overseeing one of the nation’s few facilities that manufactures a special type of gene-delivering virus for patient use.

  • Dr. Steven Gray
gene therapy
Genetics, Development and Disease

Green Lab

The general focus of the Green Lab is to understand the molecular mechanism of the mammalian circadian clock, how it controls rhythmic biochemistry, physiology and behavior and how loss of clock function can impact health, resulting in metabolic disease, cancer and other ailments.

  • Carla Green, Ph.D.
Cell and Molecular Biology Neuroscience

Greenberg Lab

The Greenberg lab is focused on the development of novel therapeutic approaches to combat infectious diseases. For specific projects, please click on the links to the left.

  • David Greenberg, M.D.
antibiotic resistance
Molecular Microbiology

Greene Lab

Our lab uses a combination of electrophysiological and molecular techniques to examine functions sub-served by these states at the cellular and circuit levels.

  • Robert Greene, M.D., Ph.D.
Neuroscience

Grinnell Lab

Working at the boundary between science and philosophy with the goal to inform public policy and advance science education and public understanding of science.

  • Frederick Grinnell, Ph.D.
Science Education Bioethics Research Integrity
Biomedical Engineering

Grishin Lab

We use theoretical methods to study proteins, genomes and organisms.

  • Nick V. Grishin

Grow Lab

The Grow lab takes genome-wide, single-cell, and computational approaches to deeply understand epigenome and transcriptome landscapes and how they are reprogrammed.

  • Dr. Edward Grow, Ph.D.

Gruber Lab

Our goal is to tackle difficult problems in human health and cancer biology. We work on the diseases of triple-negative breast cancer and other difficult-to-treat cancers.

  • Joshua Gruber, MD, PhD

Grundy Lab

Dr. Grundy's major research area is in cholesterol and lipoprotein metabolism.

  • Scott Grundy, M.D., Ph.D.
Biological Chemistry

Gupta (Olga) Lab

The main focus of our laboratory is characterizing the contribution of non-adipocyte cells within adipose tissueto insulin resistance and systemic inflammation in both rodent and human models.

  • Olga Gupta M.D.

Gupta (Rana) Lab

The Gupta Lab employs modern approaches in molecular genetics and molecular/cellular biology to explore various aspects of adipocyte development.

  • Rana K. Gupta Ph.D.