Areas of Research: Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Pathologists (2011).
Scientific Director of the Histology and Comparative Pathology Facility - Pathologic characterization of animal models of human disease; mouse phenotyping
Areas of Research: My research agenda addresses quantitative problems in evolutionary systems and developmental biology by using a combination of computational, mathematical and experimental tools, as it pertains to complex traits.
Areas of Research: We study CNS HIV infection and neuroAIDS. We examine cells & fluids from HIV+ people for HIV RNA, DNA, functions, and predictors of cognitive deficits. We correlate these with imaging, cognitive testing, and clinical data.
Areas of Research: Developing diagnostic tests for improved clinical diagnosis and treatment of sickle cell disease. Developing and implementing novel coagulation assays. Investigation of clinical effects of rare hemoglobin variants.
Areas of Research: Cerebral malaria: mechanisms of longterm cognitive dysfunction; regulation and activation of vasoactive mediators; modulators of blood-brain barrier impairment, and of neuronal and glial cell dysfunction.
Areas of Research: Breast cancer diagnosis with a focus on development of new histopathologic, immunohistochemical and genomic prognostic and predictive markers designed to optimize patient outcomes; investigation of the role of immunotherapy.
Areas of Research: In vivo plasma cell differentiation, migration, and physiology; multiple myeloma; Intra-vital multi-photon imaging
Areas of Research: Evaluation and Integration of Point of Care Tests with particular interest and expertise in Molecular based Assays as well as the cost effectiveness and impact on clinical outcomes and workflow.