View resources available through our laboratories in the Center for Immunology and Inflammatory Diseases.
Genome-wide RNAi libraries available at the Broad Institute
This program investigates HIV pathogenesis and evaluates anti-HIV preventive and therapeutic interventions, in an improved humanized mouse model capable of generating HIV-specific human cellular and humoral immune responses.
The CIID Intravital Microscopy Lab is dedicated to the dynamic visualization of cellular processes in vivo in small animals using multiphoton excitation fluorescence microscopy.
A targeted liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry-based metabolomics platform in collaboration with the Broad Institute.
The Luster lab has expertise in mouse models of disease and in the generation of genetically modified knockout, transgenic and reporter mice to study immune cell function in vivo.
The Tetramer Resource Lab generates fluorescently labeled peptide:MHC multimers for the purpose of detecting polyclonal populations of antigen-specific T cells.