Adam Haber

Adam Haber

Assistant Professor of Computational Biology and Environmental Health
Department of Environmental Health

Diseases: Asthma Research: Using computational and machine learning approaches to analyze single-cell genomics data in order to investigate the differential impact of environmental exposures, particularly the household allergens mold and dust mites, on rare airway cell types which triggers chronic lung inflammation and asthma.

Gokhan S. Hotamisligil

Gökhan Hotamisligil

James Stevens Simmons Professor of Genetics and Metabolism
Department of Molecular Metabolism, Department of Nutrition

Diseases: Diabetes, Insulin resistance, Obesity, Atherosclerosis Research: Regulatory pathways which control energy metabolism.

Sheng Tony Hui

Sheng (Tony) Hui

Assistant Professor Department of Molecular Metabolism
(he/his)

Department of Molecular Metabolism Diseases: Cancer cachexia, Obesity, Diabetes Research: Applying and developing metabolomics and metabolic flux methods to understand the regulation of body weight, focusing on the body weight loss in cancer patients (cancer cachexia)

Phyllis Kanki

Phyllis Kanki

Mary Woodard Lasker Professor of Health Sciences
Department of Immunology and Infectious Diseases

Diseases: HIV/AIDS Research: Explores viral mechanisms for the differences in observed biology between HIV-2 and HIV-1. Studies on the impact of Zika, Dengue and Chikungunya virus on neonatal outcomes and natural and vaccinations induced immunity to SARS-CoV-2.

Chih-Hao Lee

Chih-Hao Lee

Professor Department of Molecular Metabolism

Diseases: Metabolic diseases, Obesity Research: Nuclear lipid receptors as therapeutic targets of metabolic diseases.

Quan Lu

Quan Lu

Professor of Environmental Genetics and Physiology
Department of Environmental Health

Diseases: Asthma, Diabetes, Adrenergic receptor signaling, Gene-environment interaction, Metal toxicants, RNAi screen, Non-coding RNAs Research: Developing and applying genomewide RNAi tools to study receptor  signaling and gene environment interactions.