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Najafov Lab

The mission of the Najafov Lab is to understand the role of cell death in physiology and disease. Our research is focused on necroptosis and how it can be targeted to develop novel strategies for treating cancer.

  • Ayaz Najafov, PhD

Nam (Yunsun) Lab

The Nam lab asks how the shape of an RNA regulates its function. We study the biochemical and structural mechanisms in RNA-mediated gene regulation pathways important for normal and disease states.

  • Yunsun Nam

Napierala Lab

The mission of Napierala Lab is to contribute to the development of therapies and a cure for Friedreich’s ataxia (FRDA) by elucidating molecular mechanisms causing the disease, developing novel cellular and animal models of FRDA, identifying disease biomarkers and testing novel therapeutic approaches.

  • Marek Napierala, Ph.D.
Neuroscience

Neuromuscular Diseases Laboratory

The focus of the Neuromuscular Center is the diagnosis and treatment of muscle diseases known as metabolic myopathies, including inherited disorders of muscle fat, carbohydrate, and mitochondrial muscle metabolism.

  • Ronald G. Haller, M.D.
  • Salman Bhai, M.D.

Neurorepair Lab

The Neurorepair Lab focuses on the investigation of mechanisms of injury and recovery following damage to the central nervous system (CNS), primarily following stroke and perinatal hypoxia. 

  • Mark P. Goldberg, M.D.

Nicastro Lab

The Nicastro Lab studies 3D ultra-structures and cell biological functions of macro-molecular complexes inside cells.

  • Daniela Nicastro
Structural Cellbiology
Cell and Molecular Biology Molecular Biophysics

Nijhawan Lab

The ultimate goal of the Nijhawan lab aims is to discover first in class drugs for the treatment of cancer. 

  • Deepak Nijhawan M.D., Ph.D.
Drug Discovery
Biological Chemistry

Nitschke Lab

Our lab works with murine disease models and employs BiochemistryMolecular and Cell Biology to investigate brain glycogen metabolism and related neurodegenerative diseases.

  • Felix Nitschke, Ph.D.
Glycogen metabolism
Biological Chemistry Neuroscience

Norgard Lab

The Norgard Laboratory is engaged in three areas of infectious disease research: syphilis, Lyme disease, and tularemia.

  • Michael Norgard, Ph.D.
Bacterial pathogenesis
Molecular Microbiology

Nwariaku Lab

The long-term goals of the Nwariaku Laboratory are to understand the cellular mechanisms that regulate endothelial dysfunction during inflammatory and neoplastic conditions with a hope to use this knowledge in designing novel therapeutic agents. 

  • Ohwofiemu Nwariaku, M.D.