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Area of Emphasis

Biological Barriers 

Researchers involved in the study of Biological Barriers evaluate the epithelium within the gut, lung, urogenital tract and eyes that interact with their respective internal or external environments. Disruption of biological barriers may lead to disease syndromes such as ulceration, sepsis, and chronic immune-mediated disease.
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Kenneth Adler, PhD

Molecular Biomedical Sciences

kbadler@ncsu.edu

Belinda Akpa, PhD

Molecular Biomedical Sciences

Glenn Cruse, PhD

Molecular Biomedical Sciences

gpcruse@ncsu.edu

Christopher Dekaney, PhD

Molecular Biomedical Sciences

cmdekane@ncsu.edu

Derek Foster, DVM, PhD, DACVIM

Population Health and Pathobiology

dmfoster@ncsu.edu

Troy Ghashghaei, PhD

Molecular Biomedical Sciences

tghashg@ncsu.edu

Keith Linder, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVP

Population Health and Pathobiology

kelinder@ncsu.edu

Nanette Nascone-Yoder, PhD

Molecular Biomedical Sciences

nmnascon@ncsu.edu

Philip Sannes, PhD

Molecular Biomedical Sciences

Laurianne Van Landeghem

Molecular Biomedical Sciences

lcvanlan@ncsu.edu