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Radhakrishnan Lab

We are interested in how membrane cholesterol controls diverse cellular signaling pathways to ensure lipid homeostasis, enable cell growth, and protect against infections. 

  • Arun Radhakrishnan, Ph.D.
Cholesterol
Biological Chemistry Molecular Biophysics

Raj Lab

Our mission is to decrease suffering and death from metastatic cancers

  • Ganesh V. Raj, M.D., Ph.D.
Cancer Biology

Rajaram Lab

We are driven by the belief that the spatial organization of tissue provides a powerful  window into cell-cell interactions, a crucial component of disease progression and response.

  • Satwik Rajaram

Raksha Jain Lab

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.

  • Raksha Jain, M.D., M.S.C.I.
Adult Cystic Fibrosis Biology of sex differences gender disparities in health Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Molecular Microbiology

Ready Lab

The Ready Lab is engaged in the discovery and synthesis of biologically active small molecules

  • Joseph Ready, Ph.D.
Organic Chemistry
Organic Chemistry

Reddy Lab

The Reddy Lab focuses on restoring effective antigen presentation to enhance anti-tumor immunity in breast cancers.

  • Sangetha Reddy, M.D.
Breast Cancer immunotherapy cancer immunology Translational Research Antigen presentation
Cancer Biology Immunology

Reese (Michael) Lab

Our lab is broadly focused on the cellular signaling that drives the interactions between the intracellular parasite Toxoplasma gondii and its varied hosts.

  • Michael Reese

Reese (Tiffany) Lab

In our lab, we investigate the interactions between these multiple pathogens and the immune system.

  • Tiffany A. Reese, Ph.D.

Reinecker Lab

The Reinecker laboratory unravels and targets molecular mechanisms of key human genetic variants that cause chronic inflammatory diseases and cancer by creating novel genetic mouse and human organotypic model systems.

  • Hans-Christian Reinecker, M.D.
mucosal immunity chronic inflammatory disease Inflammatory bowel disease

Repa Lab

We are interested in the molecular mechanisms by which nuclear hormone receptors regulate lipid and carbohydrate metabolism in the liver, intestine, pancreatic islet, and central nervous system.

  • Joyce Repa, Ph.D.

Reynolds (Kimberly) Lab

We use statistical analysis of genome sequences drawn from thousands of organisms to distill out general patterns describing the organization of cellular systems and individual proteins.

  • Kimberly Reynolds

Rice Lab

The Rice Lab uses structure, biochemistry, reconstitution, microscopy, computer modeling, and more to study the molecular mechanisms that generate and regulate microtubule dynamics.

  • Luke Rice

Rizo-Rey Lab

We investigate the mechanism of neurotransmitter release using a variety of biophysical approaches, including NMR spectroscopy, X-ray crystallography, cryo-EM, molecular dynamics simulations and liposome fusion assays.

  • Jose Rizo-Rey

Roberts Lab

Roberts Lab focuses on understanding the cellular and circuit mechanisms for behavioral learning, learning from social experiences and from example.

  • Todd Roberts, Ph.D.
Neuroscience

Rohatgi Lab

The Rohatgi lab focuses on the role of reverse cholesterol transport in atheroprotection.

  • Anand Rohatgi, M.D.
Preventative cardiology ASCVD

Rosen Lab

The Rosen Lab seeks to understand the formation, regulation and functions of enigmatic, cellular compartments termed biomolecular condensates.

  • Dr. Michael Rosen
biomolecular condensates
Molecular Biophysics

Rosenberg Lab

The significance of our research is to show effective anti-Aβ42 antibody production in large animals and safety of DNA Aβ42 immunotherapy in these models to proceed with vaccination in patients at risk for Alzheimer’s disease.

  • Roger Rosenberg, M.D.
Immunology Neuroscience

Rothermel Lab

Research in the Rothermel Laboratory focuses on deciphering the molecular mechanisms that control cardiac structure and function during normal development and in response to pathological stress.

  • Beverly A. Rothermel, Ph.D.
Cardiology Circadian rhythms Down syndrome
Cell and Molecular Biology