The Taylor Lab seeks to advance our understanding of the interplay between HIV-1, host metabolism, innate immunity, and inflammation in the context of both acute and chronic infection. Our efforts are aimed at informing strategies with the ultimate goal of reducing HIV-1 transmission in high-risk populations and ameliorating the burden of comorbidities in people living with HIV (PLWH).
NEWS & RESOURCES
THE TAYLOR LAB JOINS SUNY
The Taylor Lab joins the Microbiology and Immunology family at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse
NEW TECHNICIAN JOINS THE LAB
Deanna Clemmer joins the Taylor Lab, hailing from North Carolina!
TAYLOR LAB WELCOMES IT'S NEWEST MEMBER
The Whitley H35 HEPA hypoxystation will allow our lab to accurately control oxygen, carbon dioxide, temperature and humidity to create normoxic, hypoxic and anoxic conditions within a controlled and sustained workstation environment
Our technician Deanna was featured on the Kelly Clarkson Show to thank Calais Campbell; the NFL player whose foundation helped her achieve her dream of going to college!
TECHNICIAN IN ALUM SPOTLIGHT ARTICLE
Technician Deanna Clemmer is featured in a spotlight article provided by her alum, High Point University!