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VIC Laboratories

The VIC research laboratories are part of the interactive research community on the MGH East research campus in the Charlestown Navy Yard.

ALAGPULINSA Laboratory

Mission

To understand the mechanisms by which abnormal function of the bone marrow and hematopoietic stem cells may contribute to the etiology of disease, such as type 1 diabetes and associated cardiovascular disease, and to harness these insights for disease prevention and treatment.

CHEN Laboratory

Mission

To investigate immunopathogenesis of cancer and HIV/AIDS and develop vaccines and immunotherapies against these diseases.

DAI Laboratory

Mission

Antibiotic resistance of pathogenic microbes in healthcare and community settings is a quickly growing and extremely dangerous health threat. There is consequently a critical need for the development of alternative therapeutics. The mission of Dai lab is to develop light-based nonpharmacological approaches to counteract the increasing emergence of antibiotic-resistant infections.

Gelfand Laboratory

Mission

To apply evolving knowledge of immunology, pharmacology, and light- based mechanisms to create novel therapeutic approaches for immune, cancer, and infectious diseases.

MUKERJI Laboratory

Mission

Neurological complications from infections include cognitive changes and depression. We study systemic indicators of health, immune function and metabolite networks to advance our understanding and management of neurological disorders after infections.

POZNANSKY Laboratory

Mission

To explore novel mechanisms in immunology that reveal new therapeutic approaches for cancer, infectious and immune mediated diseases.

REEVES Laboratory

Mission

Detailed interrogation of the immune system to drive development of vaccines and therapeutic strategies for cancer and infectious diseases.
 

Sîrbulescu Laboratory

Mission

To develop innovative therapeutic solutions for tissue repair and regeneration.
 

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