See how we changed: Information on the New Department of Infectious Diseases & ImmunologyThe Department of Infectious Diseases & Immunology brings together a diverse spectrum of research on veterinary and human disease.
The overarching aim is to improve understanding, diagnosis and treatment of disease for the improvement of overall health.
Who we are:
Faculty in ID&I work to address a wide variety of disease challenges covering many fields: bacterial, viral and parasitic infections; autoimmune disorders; mucosal immunology and cancer highlight just some of the faculty interests.
ID&I faculty leverage complementary approaches to study these diseases. Cellular, molecular, genetic, phylogenetic, transcriptomic, proteomic and epidemiologic platforms, among others, are strongly utilized.
The department also boasts faculty standouts who are members of the National Academy of Science and the National Academy of Inventors.
Common themes throughout the department unite the ID&I program. These include development of new techniques for diagnosing known and emerging pathogens, new vaccine platforms, single-cell analyses and impactful interventions for animal and human diseases.
- David Allred: Professor
- Dan Brown: Associate Professor
- Mary Brown: Professor
- Beata Clapp: Research Assistant Professor
- Francy Crosby: Research Assistant Professor
- Roy Curtiss: Professor
- John Dame: Professor
- Rhoel Dinglasan: Associate Professor
- Christian Jobin: Professor
- Qingke Kong: Research Associate Professor
- Ayalew Mergia: Professor
- Mansour Mohamadzadeh: Professor
- Cuong Nguyen: Assistant Professor
- David Pascual: Professor
- Ammon B. Peck: Professor
- Carlos Romero: Research Professor
- Bikash Sahay: Clinical Assistant Professor
- Kuttichantran Subramaniam: Research Assistant Professor
- Apichai Tuanyok: Assistant Professor
- Thomas Waltzek: Assistant Professor
- Shifeng Wang: Research Associate Professor
- Janet Yamamoto: Professor
- Xinghong Yang: Research Assistant Professor
- Liang Zhou: Associate Professor