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Kahn Lab

We have two major areas of research: respiratory viruses and newly emerging pathogens. 

  • Jeffrey Kahn
Molecular Microbiology

Karner Lab

The primary research focus of the Karner lab is to create and utilize novel mouse genetic models to study the role of cellular metabolism during skeletal development and disease. 

  • Courtney Karner, Ph.D.
Bone Development
Genetics, Development and Disease

Khan Lab

The Khan Lab's research is focused on autoimmunity and cancer.

  • Shaheen Khan, Ph.D.

Kim (Daehwan) Lab

Research in the Kim lab is focused on developing computer algorithms and statistical methods that enable accurate and rapid analysis of biological data, in particular sequencing data.

  • Daehwan Kim, Ph.D.

Kim (Taekyung) Lab

Taekyung Kim Lab is interested in understanding how sensory experience can be accurately translated into neuronal and behavioral plasticity through genetic and epigenetic networks. 

  • Taekyung Kim, Ph.D.

Kitamura Lab

Kitamura Lab's research aims to provide a biophysically-based mechanistic understanding of the neural process for learning and memory in the mouse brain.

  • Takashi Kitamura, Ph.D.
Learning and memory neural circuits hippocampus entorhinal cortex prefrontal cortex
Neuroscience

Kittler Lab

The ultimate goal of the Kittler Lab's research is to develop novel therapeutic approaches that target transcription factors, which play important roles in common solid tumors (brain, breast, lung and prostate cancer) and could therefore have translational potential.

  • Ralf Kittler, Ph.D.
Cancer Biology

Koh Lab

We are broadly interested in understanding how resident intestinal microorganisms (particularly bacteria and fungi and collectively referred to as the gut microbiome) influence the health of human cancer and stem cell transplant patients.

  • Dr. Andrew Y. Koh, MD

Kohler Lab

The Kohler research group is committed to developing and implementing new tools optimized for the study of glycosylated molecules.

  • Jennifer Kohler, Ph.D.
Glycobiology
Organic Chemistry Biological Chemistry

Konopka Lab

We are taking a comparative genomics approach to identify genes that have been modified in the human brain.

  • Genevieve Konopka Ph.D.

Kovacs Lab

Our research focuses on two main areas: hyperpolarized 13C, 15N, 89Y and 107, 109Ag compounds, and conventional lanthanide-based T1 shortening and paraCEST imaging agents.

  • Zoltan Kovacs, Ph.D.
Biomedical Engineering

Krämer Lab

The goal of the Krämer laboratory is to understand the molecular mechanisms that regulate responses to diverse cellular stresses.

  • Helmut Krämer, Ph.D.
Retinal cell biology
Genetics, Development and Disease Neuroscience

Kraus Lab

The Kraus Lab is interested in the basic mechanisms of nuclear signaling and gene regulation by small molecules and how these signaling pathways relate to human physiology and disease states.

  • W. Lee Kraus, Ph.D.
Gene regulation
Genetics, Development and Disease