David E. Levy, Ph.D ., is the Associate Dean for Collaborative Science. In addition, he is the Dr. Louis A Schneider Professor of Molecular Pathology and Vice Chair for Science and Professor of Microbiology, Director of the Pathobiology Graduate Training Program, and Graduate Advisor for Molecular Oncology and Immunology Graduate Training Program, Experimental Pathology, Immunology, Molecular Oncology, Pathobiology / Signal transduction, gene expression, innate immunity, growth control.
His research focuses on intracellular signal transduction pathways regulating gene expression impact diverse cell functions such as normal cell growth, differentiation, and immune responses to pathogens. Disruptions of these pathways occur in many diseases, from impaired immunity to cancer. We are particularly interested in signaling utilizing JAK-STAT pathways and study their molecular mechanisms using biochemical, cell biological, genetic, and genomic approaches in vitro and in genetically modified mice.
Dr. Levy can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org