The Moore laboratory is part of the University of Michigan Medical School and is housed in the Biomedical Science Research Building (pictured at right) on the 4th floor.  

Dr. Moore has appointments both in the Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine and within the Department of Microbiology and Immunology.  Dr. Moore also directs the Graduate Program in Immunology.  

Her laboratory is broadly interested in the pathogenesis of lung fibrosis, the regulation of innate and adaptive immunity post-stem cell transplant and secondary bacterial pneumonia post-influenza.

Announcements and Events:

January, 2019 4 publications for the Moore lab accepted!  Xiaofeng's paper showing that first onset herpesviral infection predicts IPS was published in Am.J. Respir. Crit. Care. Med.  David's paper showing dysbiosis of the lung microbiota post-bleomycin and that germ-free mice are protected from bleomycin-induced mortality was also accepted at Am.J. Respir. Crit. Care. Med.  Both got editorials!  Giovanny's final paper showing that TLR9-/- mice do worst to H1N1 + MRSA was accepted at PLoS Pathogens and Elissa and Steve contributed to a paper accepted at AJP Lung showing myeloid loss of PP2A worsens acute lung injury and fibrosis.

December, 2018  Congrats to Steve, Helen and Elissa on acceptance of CCR2 mediates increased susceptibility to post-H1N1 bacterial pneumonia by limiting dendritic cell induction of IL-17 in Mucosal Immunol

August, 2018  Giovanny Martinez-Colon successfully defends his PhD dissertation and Elissa and Helen both pass prelims!

July, 2018 Steve Gurczynski gets named as a Parker B. Francis fellow and also earns a PTSP fellowship!

May 2018 Elissa Hult and Helen Warheit-Niemi join the lab!

June, 2017 David O'Dwyer recieves the K99R00 award!

May 8, 2017.  Beth Moore was installed as the Galen B. Toews, M.D. Collegiate Professor of Internal Medicine. This was a huge honor since Dr. Toews was her mentor and colleague for over 12 years.

May, 2017.  David O'Dwyer just got his IPF vs. normal biomarker paper accepted in Scientific Reports!

Nice job Steve on getting your paper on CCR2 and the regulation of herpesvirus-induced pneumonitis and fibrosis accepted at AJP Lung.  This paper was nominated as the best paper by a junior investigator published in AJP Lung in 2016!  We are very proud!

September 28, 2016: Congrats to Steve Gurczynski for doing a great job on his oral presentation at ICLAF 2016 in Dublin, Ireland.  David O'Dwyer's poster was also really well received!  Great science and Guinness...always a popular pairing!July 20, 2015: We welcome Dr. David O'Dwyer who will perform his research during his pulmonary fellowship in our laboratory!

August, 2016.  Shanna got her final paper accepted on her IPF biomarker study in PLoS One!July 27, 2015: Congratulations to Xiaofeng Zhou, Hillary Loomis-King and Steve Gurczynski for the acceptance of their paper in Mucosal Immunology!

June 14, 2016: Congrats to Dr. Shanna Ashley who got her periotin-fibrocyte-myofibroblast paper published in Mucosal Immunology!

April 11, 2016: Congrats to David O'Dwyer for getting his Microbiome and Lung Disease review article accepted to J. Immunol.!
April 11, 2016: Congrats to Giovanny Martinez-Colon for being awarded a Rackham summer research grant!

Congratulations to Shanna Ashley who will defend her PhD dissertation on April 14, 2016!

February, 2016: Congrats to Xiaofeng Zhou for being promoted to Research Investigator!

September 18, 2015:  Congratulations to Giovanny Martinez-Colon and Racquel Domingo-Gonzalez on their co-first author paper beting accepted to the Am. J. Respir. Crit. Care Med.

September 7, 2015: Congratulations to Shanna Ashley for getting her second first-author paper accepted on the role of XIAP in lung fibrosis.  It will be published in the Am. J. Respir. Cell Mol. Biol.

July 15, 2015: The Moore Laboratory Website is Created!

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