Jain (Mamta) Lab
We focus on
- Therapeutic clinical trials in infectious diseases
- Improving outcomes through the improvement of the delivery of health services
- Analysis of outcomes among those with infections
- Mamta K. Jain, M.D. MPH
We focus on
The Jain Lab is broadly interested in sex disparities in research on women's health, as well as the impact of sex hormones on airway diseases and immune response.
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