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Vasantha Padmanabhan Research focuses on developmental origin of reproductive and metabolic disorders.  
Bruce Palfey We investigate enzyme reaction mechanisms using biophysical and chemical techniques, with a focus on therapeutically important flavoenzymes.  
Petros Papagerakis   
Carole Parent The Parent laboratory has a long standing interest in understanding the signal transduction mechanisms that regulate cell migration in complex environments.   
Jack Parent We study neural stem cells, brain regeneration, epileptogenesis, and stroke-induced plasticity using rodent, zebrafish and human ES cell-derived neural progenitors. We also model genetic neurological disorders using patient-derived induced pluripotent stem cells.  
Steve Parker Development and use of molecular/cellular and computational methods to understand how non-coding genome information is encoded.  
Charles Parkos Dr. Parkos has a career-long interest in elucidating mechanisms of inflammatory bowel disease, expanding his interests to identification of molecular mechanisms guiding neutrophil trafficking through the mucosa, and specifically across the intestinal epithelium. His studies have been instrumental in gaining a clearer and more precise understanding of how neutrophils and other leukocyte populations find, adhere, and migrate across the intestinal epithelium. Dr. Parkos has used state-of-the-art molecular and cell-based approaches in complex cell biological systems to elucidate the roles of many epithelial and neutrophil proteins in regulating leukocyte trafficking across the intestinal mucosa and how interactions influence epithelial barrier function.   
Marina Pasca Di Magliano We study the pancreatic cancer microenvironment using a mouse model of this disease.  
Paresh Patel Neurotransmitters regulating mood disorders  
Parag Patil Relationship between cognitive functions and the activity of individual or groups of neurons  
Hank Paulson We study molecular mechanisms of various neurodegenerative diseases with a view toward developing rational therapies  
Pamela Paulson   
Vince Pecoraro Clarifying metallobiochemistry, from new cellular optical imaging agents to the design of metalloproteins for studying heavy metal (e.g., Pb(II)) toxicity, electron transfer and catalysis.   
Subramaniam Pennathur   
Jim Penner-Hahn The role of metal ions in biological systems. Spectroscopic characterization of metal ions and metalloproteins.  
Marc Peters-Golden We are interested in mechanisms and regulation of inflammation, immunity, and fibrosis in the lung.  
Mark Peterson   
Bryan E. Pfingst Our research focuses on development of auditory prostheses to restore hearing to deaf people  
Sem Phan Pulmonary fibrosis, bone marrow myeloid progenitors in lung injury/fibrosis, amphiregulin/EGFR role in fibrosis, transcriptional regulation, role and mechanism of telomerase induction, resistin-like molecule function, progenitor/stem cell derivation of myofibroblasts, myofibroblast differentiation, epithelial-mesenchymal interactions  
Eran Pichersky   
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