Department of Medicine
Message from the Division Chief
The Immunobiology program comprises a core group of faculty who collaborate with members from other departments with interests in immunology, infectious diseases, vaccine development, autoimmunity, genetic regulation of autoimmune and infectious diseases, basic mechanisms of T cell signaling of cytokine genes, and cell death (Medicine), viral immunology (Pathology), transplantation immunology (Surgery) and maternal/fetal immunology (Ob-Gyn)
We are actively engaged in the Vermont Center for Immunology and Infectious Diseases (VCIID), which is funded by a Center of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) award from the NIH.We also work with members of the Trudeau Institute in nearby Saranac Lake, New York, as well as with investigators in the Vermong Lung Center COBRE, and the COBRE programs at Dartmouth Medical School in Immunology and Lung Biology.
Ralph Budd, M.D.Professor of Medicine
Our Burlington home is nestled between the shores of Lake Champlain and the vistas of the Green Mountains.
We are located on the University of Vermont campus, and adjacent to Fletcher Allen Health Care, fostering a culture of collaboration and partnership.
Our division has responsibility for, or contributes to, the following facilities of the College's Core Facilities, our campus-wide resources that provide researchers with the sophisticated equipment and methodologies that help expand their work.
- Biosafety Level 3 (BSL3) Laboratory and Inhalation Facility
- Flow Cytometry Facility
- Molecular Bioinformatics Shared Resource (MBSR)
- Transgenic Mouse Facility
Last modified August 13 2012 12:00 PM