Toll Distinguished Professors
Benach, Jorge, Ph.D., 1971, Rutgers University: Pathogenesis of spirochetal infections and their host responses.
Wimmer, Eckard, Ph.D., 1962, University of Gottingen, Germany: The molecular biology of poliovirus replication and the molecular basis of picornaviral pathogenesis.
Bliska, James B., Ph.D., 1987, University of California, Berkeley: Molecular and cellular basis of bacterial-host interactions.
Carter, Carol A., Ph.D., 1972, Yale University: HIV and retroviral assembly and replication.
Del Poeta, Maurizio, M.D., 1992, University of Ancona, Italy: Role of sphingolipids in mediating signaling pathways and fungal pathogenesis.
Fries, Bettina1, M.D., 1991, Albert Ludwig Universitaet Freiburg, Germany: Staphylococcal enterotoxin B; Cryptococcal neoformans pathogenesis
Futcher, Bruce, D.Phil., 1981, University of Oxford, England: Control of cell division in eukaryotic cells.
Hayman, Michael J., Ph.D., 1973, National Institute for Medical Research, England: Mechanism of transformation by retroviral oncogenes; erythroid differentiation.
Hearing, Patrick, Ph.D., 1980, Northwestern University: Viral molecular genetics; eukaryotic transcriptional regulation; gene therapy.
Konopka, James B., Ph.D., 1985, University of California, Los Angeles: G-protein coupled receptor signal transduction; fungal pathogenesis (Candida albicans).
Mackow, Erich R., Ph.D., 1984, Temple University: Rotavirus and hantavirus pathogenesis.
Marshall, Nancy Reich, Ph.D., 1983, University at Stony Brook: Signaling switches in gene expression by hormones or viral infection.
Thanassi, David, Ph.D., 1995, University of California, Berkeley: Secretion of virulence factors by bacterial pathogens; pilus biogenesis by uropathogenic E. coli.
Bhaduri-McIntosh, Sumita, M.D., Ph.D., 1991, Byramjee Jeejeebhoy Medical College; Epstein-Barr virus-host interactions.
Carpino, Nicholas, Ph.D., 1997, University at Stony Brook; Positive and negative regulation of T cell receptor signaling.
Karzai, Wali4, Ph.D., 1995, Johns Hopkins University: Structure and function of RNA-binding proteins and biochemical studies of the SmpBSsrA quality control system.
Krug, Laurie, Ph.D., 2001, Emory University: Virus-host interactions during chronic gammaherpesvirus infection.
Leatherwood, Janet, Ph.D., 1993, The Johns Hopkins University: Cell cycle control of DNA replication.
van der Velden, Adrianus, Ph.D., 2000, Oregon Health and Science University: Salmonella pathogenesis.
Kim, Hwan, PhD, 2011, University of Chicago; Pathogenesis of diseases caused by Rickettsia species
Kumar, Pawan, DVM, PhD, 2009, University of Southampton, UK; Immunology and intestinal microbiota
Seeliger, Jessica5, Ph.D., Stanford University; Membrane biosynthesis, structure and behavior in bacterial pathogenesis
Sheridan, Brian, Ph.D., 2008, University of Pittsburgh; Mucosal immunity to microbial pathogen
Stillman, Bruce W., Professor.6 Ph.D., 1979, Australian National University: Mechanism of eukaryotic DNA replication.
Boon, Elizabeth, Associate Professor.7 Ph.D., 2002, California Institute of Technology: Biofilms.
Hannun, Yusuf, Professor.8 M.D. American University in Beirut, Lebanon, 1983: lipid mediators of cancer cell signaling.
Kew, Richard, Associate Professor.9 Ph.D., 1986, Stony Brook University: Leukocyte chemotaxis; inflammation; pulmonary immunopathology.
Krainer, Adrian, Professor.6 Ph.D., 1986, Harvard University: Posttranscriptional control of gene expression; alternative splicing; splicing in genetic diseases and cancer; antisense therapeutics.
London, Erwin, Professor.10 Ph.D., 1979, Cornell University: Membrane protein folding and lipid interaction.
Moll, Ute, Professor.9 M.D., 1985, University of Ulm: Tumor suppressor genes; role of p53 in human cancer.
Neiman, Aaron, Professor.10 Ph.D., 1994, University of California, San Francisco: Vesicle trafficking and intracellular signaling in yeast.
Obeid, Lina, Professor.8, M.D., 1983, American University in Beirut, Lebanon: signaling lipids in cell stress and disease.
Tonge, Peter J., Professor.7 Ph.D., 1986, University of Birmingham: Enzyme mechanisms and rational drug design.
Vakoc, Christopher, Assistant Professor.6 M.D., Ph.D., 2007, University of Pennsylvania: chromatin regulators and oncogenic signal transduction cascades.
Wigler, Michael, Professor.6 Ph.D., 1978, Columbia University: Signal transduction and growth control in eukaryotes.
Number of teaching, graduate, and research assistants, fall 2019: 26
- Joint appointment, Department of Medicine
- Joint appointment, Department of Pathology
- Joint appointment, Department of Pediatrics
- Joint appointment, Department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology
- Joint appointment, Department of Pharmacological Sciences
- Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory