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Huang (Emina) Lab

Publications for Dr. Emina Huang's Lab

  • Dr. Emina Huang
Cancer Biology

Huang (Huocong) Lab

The research of the Huang Laboratory focuses on understanding the function of fibroblast progenitor cells and fibroblasts in regulating the immune system.

  • Huocong Huang, M.D., Ph.D
Immunology Fibroblast

Huang (Lily) Lab

Our laboratory is interested in the molecular mechanisms governing cytokine receptor signal transduction in hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells, and understanding how deregulation in these mechanisms results in hematological malignancies and cancer.

  • Lily Huang, Ph.D.
Cancer Biology Cell and Molecular Biology

Huber Lab

The Huber lab is focused on understanding how activity-regulated transcription and translation in neurons controls synapse and circuit plasticity and development.

  • Kimberly Huber, Ph.D

Huen Lab

Huen Lab studies how metabolic adaption promotes survival during sepsis and how the kidneys contribute to systemic metabolism during inflammation.

  • Sarah Huen, M.D., Ph.D.
Cell and Molecular Biology

Human Gene Discovery Laboratory

Our goal is to provide state-of-the-art expertise for analysis of exome and genome sequencing.

  • Jonathan Rios, Ph.D.

Infante Lab

Our laboratory actively studies disease processes that disrupt normal metabolism.

  • Rodney Infante, M.D., Ph.D
Cell and Molecular Biology

Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine (IEEM)

The Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine is a 40,000 square-foot research facility with 12 UTSW faculty working in multiple departments and divisions (Internal Medicine/Cardiology/Pulmonary, Neurology, PM&R, Anesthesiology, Applied Physiology) with up to 20 postdocs, and 40 staff on 70 active protocols and 15 federal grants. It is a research enterprise devoted to the study of human physiology and the limits to human functional capacity in health and disease. 

  • Benjamin Levine, M.D., Tony Babb, Ph.D., Craig Crandall, Ph.D., Qi Fu, M.D., Ph.D., Rong Zhang, Ph.D., Tom Sarma, M.D., James MacNamara, M.D., Christopher M. Hearon, Jr., Ph.D., Renie Guilliod, M.D., James Berry, M.D., Andrew Tomlinson, M.D.

Izumi Lab

In the Izumi Lab, with the ultimate goal of identifying druggable molecules/pathways in pediatric genetic disorders, we investigate the molecular mechanisms of pediatric genetic disorders due to chromosomal abnormalities and chromatin protein mutations. We employ novel genetic approaches by using patient-derived samples, induced pluripotent stem cell models and mutant mouse models.

  • Kosuke Izumi

Jain (Mamta) Lab

We focus on

  •  Therapeutic clinical trials in infectious diseases
  •  Improving outcomes through the improvement of the delivery of health services
  •  Analysis of outcomes among those with infections
  • Mamta K. Jain, M.D. MPH
AIDS co-morbidities Hepatitis C HVC influenza COVID-19

Jain (Raksha) 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.
Innate Immunity
Molecular Microbiology

James Kim Lab

The James Kim Lab examines the communication between epithelia and stroma through the lens of fundamental developmental pathways such as Hedgehog, Wnt, and Notch pathways.

  • James Kim
Cancer Biology

James Malter Lab

Malter Lab focuses on exploring and characterizing intracellular signaling pathways in the immune and nervous systems and identifying how defects/abnormalities can lead to disease.

  • James Malter, M.D.
alzheimer's disease signaling
Cell and Molecular Biology Immunology

Jamieson Lab

The Jamieson Lab lab emphasizes AI/ML, software development, and image analysis.

  • Andrew R. Jamieson, Ph.D.
Artificial intelligence
Biomedical Engineering

Jaqaman Lab

We are a group of biophysicists, cell biologists and computational folks interested in the spatiotemporal organization of cell surface receptors, the mechanisms underlying it, and its consequences for cell signaling. 

  • Khuloud Jaqaman, Ph.D.
Cell Signaling
Biomedical Engineering Molecular Biophysics

Jewell Lab

The Jewell Lab investigates how organisms sense environmental nutrient fluctuations and respond appropriately, fine tuning anabolic and catabolic processes to control cell growth, metabolism, and autophagy.

  • Jenna L. Jewell, Ph.D.

Jiang (Huaqi) Lab

Huaqi Jiang Lab studies the regulation of adult tissue homeostasis and regeneration using a genetic model system, the adult Drosophila midgut. 

  • Huaqi Jiang, Ph.D.

Jiang (Jin) Lab

The Jiang lab studies fundamental mechanisms governing how diverse cell types are generated from naive progenitor cells and how cells of different types are put together to form appropriate body structures such as limbs during embryonic development. The lab also studies how damaged cells are replenished by stem cells during tissue repair and organ regeneration in adult life. We are particularly interested in understanding how cells communicate with one another to influence their growth and fate determination and how miscommunication among different cells leads to developmental abnormality and cancer progression.

  • Jin Jiang
Cell Signaling development regeneration stem cell cell growth tumor suppressor organ size pattern formation Cancer
Cancer Biology Genetics, Development and Disease

Jiang (Youxing) Lab

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  • Youxing Jiang
Molecular Biophysics Neuroscience

Joachimiak Lab

Our lab seeks to uncover the structure-function relationship of macromolecules involved in protein misfolding — a key element of Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative diseases.

  • Łukasz Joachimiak, Ph.D.
Biomedical Engineering Molecular Biophysics

Johnson Lab

The research in the Johnson lab is focused on vertebrate nervous system development during the transition from proliferating neural stem cells to differentiating neurons and glia. 

  • Jane E. Johnson, Ph.D.
transcriptional control of neural development
Genetics, Development and Disease Neuroscience

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

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 (Jaehyup) Lab

Kim (Jaehyup) lab studies the mechanism of immune regulatory receptor regulation with a special focus on ligand identification and modulation.

  • Jaehyup Kim