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Immunology Center

The Immunology Center conducts research into the molecular basis of immune processes that are applicable to a broad range of diseases, including a number of inherited immunodeficiencies, cancer, autoimmune diseases, and allergic diseases. Center investigators explore research areas including the biology, signaling processes, gene regulation, and epigenetics related to the activation and function of immune cells, as well as mechanisms by which drugs and other agents result in allergic/autoimmune reactions. The goal of the center is to elucidate fundamental mechanisms and to promote the translation of these findings into the development of new diagnostic and therapeutic approaches in humans.



Our Center

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Warren J. Leonard
Center Director
Immunology Center


P: +1 301 496 0098
F: +1 301 402 0971
wjl@helix.nih.gov

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Michael Beaven
Scientist Emeritus
Immunology Center


P: +1 301 496 6188
F: +1 301 480 4852
beavenm@mail.nih.gov

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Lance R. Pohl
Senior Investigator
Immunology Center


P: +1 301 451 1097
F: +1 301 480 4852
pohll@nih.gov


Last Updated: January 09, 2013

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