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Mirpuri Lab

Mirpuri Lab is focused on neonatal innate immunity and the role of maternal diet (mHFD), dietary metabolites and innate lymphoid cells in offspring outcomes.

  • Julie Mirpuri, M.D.

Mishra Lab

Our research focuses on how mitochondria are embedded in normal cellular function.

  • Prashant Mishra, M.D., Ph.D.

Mitsche Lab

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  • Matthew Mitsche, Ph.D.

Mizuno Lab

Dr. Mizuno's laboratory studies autonomic control of the cardiovascular system, particularly the underlying alterations in circulatory control in type 1 or type 2 diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease.

  • Masaki Mizuno, Ph.D.
autonomic control of the cardiovascular system

Moe Lab

The Moe Lab specializes in translational pathophysiology that spans from individual molecules, in vitro cell models, in vivo animal models, to metabolic human studies. 

  • Orson W. Moe, M.D.
chronic kidney disease Nephrolithiasis Acute kidney injury
Cell and Molecular Biology

Monson Lab

The Monson Lab is dedicated to understanding how B cells and T cells impact pathology of disease in the central nervous system.

  • Nancy Monson, Ph.D.

Montillo Lab

We develop the theory and application of deep learning to improve diagnoses, prognoses and therapy decision making.

  • Albert Montillo, Ph.D.

Mootha Lab

Mootha Lab uses human genetics and genomics to understand the molecular basis of Fuchs' endothelial corneal dystrophy and develop novel therapeutic strategies.

  • V. Vinod Mootha, M.D.
Fuchs' endothelial corneal dystrophy
Genetics, Development and Disease

Moreland Lab

The Moreland and Potera Labs utilize basic science approaches, in vivo models, and clinical studies to investigate cellular functions of the innate immune system.

  • Jessica Moreland, M.D.
Neutrophil Inflammation
Molecular Microbiology

Morrison Lab

Our goal is to better understand the mechanisms that maintain adult tissues and how cancer cells hijack these mechanisms to enable the formation of tumors.

  • Sean J. Morrison, Ph.D.
Cancer Biology Genetics, Development and Disease

Mu Lab

Our laboratory seeks to understand the molecular mechanisms of targeted therapy resistance in various cancers, to identify novel biomarkers, and to develop therapeutic approaches to prevent or overcome resistance.

  • Ping Mu, Ph.D.
Cancer Biology Genetics, Development and Disease

Mukhopadhyay Lab

Mukhopadhyay Lab research aims to understand how the primary cilium regulates downstream pathways to ultimately drive morphogenesis in different tissues. We undertake a multi-pronged approach including proteomics, cell biology, biochemistry, reverse genetics, and generation of innovative mouse models to study regulation of signaling pathways by cilia in in cellular and organismal contexts.

  • Saikat Mukhopadhyay, M.D., Ph.D.
Developmental signaling
Cancer Biology Genetics, Development and Disease

Munshi Lab

The Munshi Lab is a dedicated group of scientists seeking to identify the molecular drivers of normal cardiac rhythm and disease-associated dysrhythmias.

  • Nikhil Munshi, M.D., Ph.D.