Allergy and Immunology

Allergy and Immunology Research Highlights

Our research within the Division of Allergy and Immunology spans:

  • fundamental studies
  • translational investigations
  • genetic and genomic analyses
  • big data analyses (informatics)
  • clinical trials

Novel models of immunologic diseases, developed and / or fine-tuned by divisional researchers, provide unprecedented systems to investigate key inflammatory steps involved in allergic and immunological disease and to enhance our understanding of adaptive and innate immunity, including analyses of individuals, with a focus on mast cells, eosinophils, macrophages and lymphocytes.

CURED EGID Research Conference

The 5th CURED EGID Research Conference and Patient Education Program is a meaningful example of the importance of research and collaboration in changing the outcome together.

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Featured Research

AP-1 Transcription Factor a Key Player in T Cell Activation. Lead investigator Artem Barski, PhD and first author Masashi Yukawa, PhD. 

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Annual Research Achievements