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Tagliabracci Lab

The Tagliabracci Lab studies the phosphorylation of extracellular proteins by a novel family of secreted kinases. This kinase family is so different from canonical kinases that it was not included as a branch on the human kinome tree.

  • Vincent "Vinnie" Tagliabracci, Ph.D.
Cell and Molecular Biology Genetics, Development and Disease

Takahashi Lab

The Takahashi Lab is interested in understanding the genetic and molecular basis of circadian rhythms as well as other complex behaviors.

  • Joseph Takahashi, Ph.D.

Tambar Lab

The Tambar Group develops new strategies and concepts in synthetic chemistry to address challenging problems in chemistry and biology.

  • Uttam K. Tambar, Ph.D.
Organic Chemistry
Organic Chemistry Biological Chemistry

Tang Lab

Under the guidance of director Dr. Daolin Tang, the research group focuses on basic, translational and clinical application research on damage-associated molecular patterns (DAMPs) signaling pathways. Inflammation is a fundamental response to infection and injury in all multicellular organisms. The danger hypothesis states that endogenous molecules (protein and non-protein) released during cell death or tissue damage can trigger inflammation in the absence of infection, collectively referred to as DAMPs. We are particularly interested in elucidating the molecular mechanisms underlying stress-induced cellular defense and cell death signaling in normal and cancer cells, and how release of DAMPs modulates immune responses in disease.

  • Daolin Tang, M.D., Ph.D.
molecular diagnostics Bacterial pathogenesis Tumor microenvironment pancreatic cancer Cell Death
Cancer Biology

Terada Lab

The Terada Lab is focused on several areas of cellular signaling which control basic mechanical and cell fate decision programs. 

  • Lance Terada, M.D.
Lung cancer
Cell and Molecular Biology

Terman Lab

Research in my laboratory focuses on better understanding the molecules and mechanisms that assemble axonal connections with a goal of utilizing this knowledge to encourage axons to reestablish their connections after trauma or disease.

  • Jonathan Terman, Ph.D.

Texas Computational Memory Lab

Texas Computational Memory Lab research focuses on analyzing the neural activity that gives rise to successful memories and facilitates memory retrieval. 

  • Bradley Lega, M.D.
memory encoding retrieval

Thermal & Vascular Physiology Laboratory

Research in the Thermal and Vascular Physiology Laboratory focuses on neural control of the cardiovascular system and how different stressors influence that control in healthy, diseased, and injured individuals, such as:

  • Identifying the consequences of severe burn injuries and subsequent skin grafting on the ability of the burn survivor to regulate internal temperature and cardiovascular function.
  • Understanding the consequences of aging on cardiovascular stress during simulated heat waves.
  • Exploring cooling modalities to attenuate thermal and cardiovascular stress.
  • Understanding how analgesics used on the battlefield affect autonomic control of blood pressure during hemorrhage.
  • Craig G. Crandall, Ph.D.

Thinwa Lab

The Thinwa lab studies neurotropic viruses, host defense pathways, autophagy and brain development.

  • Josephine Thinwa, M.D., Ph.D.
infectious disease Immunology
Molecular Microbiology

Tong Lab

This information will appear on the lab listing page.The Tong lab studies the cellular and molecular mechanisms of cardiovascular diseases associated with systemic metabolic disorders, particularly heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF) and atrial fibrillation (AF), with an eye toward translating these findings into innovative solutions to clinical problems.

  • Dan Tong, M.D., Ph.D.
Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction Atrial Fibrillation Clonal Hematopoiesis
Cell and Molecular Biology Genetics, Development and Disease

Toprak Lab

We investigate genetic and molecular basis of phenotypic diversity observed in nature by using a range of methodologies such as whole genome sequencing, fluidics, long-term evolution experiments, and large-scale combinatorial mutagenesis. 

  • Erdal Toprak, Ph.D.
Biomedical Engineering Molecular Biophysics

Toto Lab

My research interests include prevention of progression of renal diseases, diagnoses, and management of lipid disorders in renal disease, hypertensive nephrosclerosis, the role of angiotensin II converting enzyme inhibitors, and angiotensin II receptor blockers in renal disease. 

  • Robert Toto, M.D.
Translational Research diabetic nephrology

Tower Lab

The Tower lab integrates multi-omics-based approaches in the fields of musculoskeletal development, homeostasis, repair and regeneration. 

  • Robert Tower, Ph.D.
Genetics, Development and Disease

Trivedi Lab (CDRC)

The Center for Depression Research and Clinical Care (CDRC) is nationally recognized for its cutting-edge research in unipolar and bipolar depression. The research conducted within the center brings better understanding of the causes of depression, identifies effective new treatments, and improves existing ones.

  • Madhukar H. Trivedi, M.D.
mood disorders research Translational Research microbiome
Clinical Psychology


Translational Research in UltraSound Theranostics (TRUST) Lab at UT Southwestern

  • Robert Mattrey, M.D.
Biomedical Engineering

Tsai Lab

Tsai Lab studies the cellular and molecular mechanisms of synapse and neural circuit development.

  • Peter Tsai M.D. Ph.D
Autism neurodevelopmental disorders cerebellum

Tu Lab

The Tu Lab is investigating how a variety of cellular processes and decisions are coordinated with metabolic state, and how the dysregulation of these mechanisms might be linked to disease and aging.

  • Benjamin P. Tu
metabolism Epigenetics RNA gene expression yeast Neurodegeneration Cancer
Biological Chemistry

Turer Lab

The Turer Lab is interested in finding genes with novel functions in intestinal immune homeostasis. Our projects generally involve a mix of experimental approaches examining both the intestinal epithelium as well as hematopoietic causes of intestinal inflammation.

  • Emre Erol Turer, M.D., Ph.D.

Tzen Lab

spinal cord injury, wound, pressure ulcer

  • Yi-Ting Tzen, Ph.D.