The Moreland Lab utilizes basic science approaches, in vivo models, and clinical studies to investigate cellular functions of the innate immune system. Current projects focus on the investigation of pro- and anti-inflammatory mediators in the development and resolution of inflammation.
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Jessica Moreland, M.D.
My research program is centrally focused around the theme of neutrophilic inflammation, in the context of human disease, with a specific interest in the neutrophil NADPH oxidase. For a number of years, we have sought to define the role of the neutrophil NADPH oxidase (Nox2) in neutrophil priming by infectious and inflammatory stimuli. Our laboratory identified intracellular NADPH oxidase-derived ROS as critical mediators of endotoxin priming, and demonstrated regulation of Nox2 in this setting by the ion transporter ClC-3. My laboratory also studies the role of neutrophil priming in translational studies focused on infants undergoing cardiopulmonary bypass and during other acute and chronic inflammatory processes.
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