The Brownfield lab seeks to understand how the lung is constructed during development, repaired after injury, and disrupted in disease. For each process, we first reverse-engineer in vivo then reconstruct in culture. In this manner, we hope to understand the cellular and molecular basis of disease and repair as well as develop a rational approach to tissue and organ fabrication.
As a member the Harvard School of Public Health, our lab seeks to improve the human conduction by advancing knowledge and creating solutions to complex public health problems. To achieve this, the Brownfield lab nurtures a diverse group of leaders and future leaders in biomedical research. We are are dedicated to ensuring excellence in scientific training and innovation, promoting collegiality in our school and fields of research, and fostering a lab culture of inclusivity and equity.
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The Brownfield lab is housed within Harvard T.H Chan School of Public Health’s Department of Epidemiology and affiliated with the Harvard Stem Cell Institute; the Dana Farber/Harvard Cancer Center; and the Biological Sciences in Public Health, Population Health Sciences, Harvard Integrated Life Sciences programs at Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, as well as the Molecular and Integrative Physiological Sciences program at the Harvard Chan School.