Department of Medicine
Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Research
The Critical Care Translational Medicine Group designs, oversees and coordinates international trials in acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) and sepsis.
Molecular Epidemiology of ARDS: Under the direction of David Christiani, MD, MPH, our laboratory examines genetic and environmental factors that may impact the development and progression of ARDS.
The Lagares Laboratory at General investigates the fundamental mechanisms that balance tissue regeneration and fibrosis following injury.
The Moon Laboratory at Massachusetts General Hospital investigates basic issues of CD4+ T cell tolerance by directly tracking endogenous antigen-specific populations in mice and humans.
The laboratory of Krishna Reddy, MD, MS, conducts epidemiologic and outcomes research to inform clinical practice and public health policy in tobacco, HIV, tuberculosis and other respiratory diseases.
The Lai Laboratory works on research at the intersection of environmental exposures, the human microbiome and non-communicable diseases.
The central focus of the Rahimi Laboratory is to define the mechanisms regulating CD4+ T cell responses to inhaled antigens in the context of health and disease.
The Rajagopal Lab at Mass General focuses on lung regeneration and the application of developmental biology to human lung disease.
The focus of the Pulmonary Optical Imaging Laboratory is the development and subsequent translation of novel optical diagnostic tools for evaluating the pulmonary airways and lung.
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