||Electron micrograph shows that surfactant in the airspace is present in multiple forms including lamellar body, tubular myelin and small lipid vesicles. (Picture courtesy of the Ikegami laboratory.
Machiko Ikegami, MD, PhD: Surfactant metabolism and function
Paul Kingma, MD, PhD:
SP-D in neonatal sepsis, RDS, innate immune system, neonatal infection
Thomas Korfhagen, MD, PhD:
Surfactant proteins, lung infection, inflammation, and injury/repair
Ward Rice, MD, PhD:
Molecular and cellular mechanisms regulating surfactant processing
John Shannon, PhD:
Lung morphogenesis and differentiation, and FGFs
Susan Wert, PhD:
Histopathology of abnormal lung development, injury / repair and human surfactant dysfunctions / mutations.
Jeffrey Whitsett, MD:
Lung transcriptional control, epithelial patterning and differentiation
Yan Xu, PhD:
Bioinformatics, systems biology of lung development and disease