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Vesa Kaartinen Growth factor signaling in craniofacial and cardiac development  
Alon Kahana In the Kahana Lab we focus on the roles of muscle-derived progenitor stem cells and the ability of cells to reprogram and dedifferentiate in the context of adult tissue regeneration. We are now focusing on transcriptional and epigenetic control of the reprogramming process, including bioinformatic analysis and a strong focus on the connection of cell reprogramming to cancer stem cells. We use zebrafish as our primary regeneration model.  
Michelle Kahlenberg My research strives to understand the cross-talk between cutaneous inflammation and the development and control of systemic autoimmunity.  
Sundeep Kalantry Epigenetic mechanisms of X-chromosome inactivation in early embryos and stem cells.   
Nobuhiko Kamada Mucosal Immunology in gastrointestinal tract: host-microbial interaction in the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease.  
Hyun Min Kang   
Sharon Kardia   
Alla Karnovsky   
Sarah Keane RNA structure/function using NMR spectroscopy  
Katy Keegan Mouse models of telomere dysfunction, genomic instability, and birth defects. Molecular genetics of caudal and urogenital development.   
Richard Keep Blood-brain barrier, Blood-CSF Barrier, Ischemic Stroke, Hemorrhagic Stroke. Animal models of stroke.  
Evan Keller Prostate cancer metastasis; bone metastastasis, mechanisms of aging; androgen regulation; single cell analysis  
Bob Kennedy We are studying hormone and neurotransmitter secretion with application to diabetes and various brain functions and pathophysiologies.  
Tom Kerppola Our laboratory investigates the regulation of transcription in mammalian cells. We use a variety of imaging approaches to visualize protein interactions and modifications in living cells and animals.  
Venkat Keshamouni Delineating basic mechanisms and interactions in lung tumor microenvironment particularly that are mediated by the cytokine TGF-beta, and to develop therapeutic strategies to disrupt these interactions.   
Jeffrey Kidd Genomics approaches to explore the structure, content, and evolution of diverse genomes.  
Aaron A. King Ecology and evolution of infectious diseases with an emphasis on what dynamics can tell us about host-pathogen systems.  
Phil King Genetic analysis of signal transduction in immune and non-immune cell types in health and disease  
Mike King Behavioral and electrophysiological studies of oculomotor and vestibular systems (VOR & VCR); role of efference copy in vestibulo-oculomotor system, translational studies of ototoxicity, recovery of function, and central plasticity. Effects of aging on vestibular function and balance. Clinical vestibular tests of function; ototoxicity in patients. Human eye movements studies; predictive smooth pursuit, memory guided saccades.  
Denise Kirschner We study the host-response to pathogens using mathematical modeling focusing on immunity to, and treatment of, Mycobacterium tuberculosis.   
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