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Research Assistant I - Basic Science Asthma Research
Description Research Assistant I Lab Information/Overview: The Peebles Lab investigates mechanisms regulating lung inflammation, with specific emphasis on allergen-induced and virus-mediated disease. Allergic airway inflammation is one of the most common diseases in both children and adults, and is a strong predisposing factor for the development of asthma. Viral infections are causative in approximately 80% of children and 50% of adults. Our lab has a particular interest in the interaction of allergic disease and respiratory syncytial virus in causing airways responsiveness. While we are interested in study host immune responses to both allergens and viruses, we are particularly interested in the contribution of group 2 innate

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