Taku Kambayashi, MD, PhD

Associate Professor

Department of Pathology & Lab Medicine

Perelman School of Medicine


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About the Lab:

The Kambayashi lab focuses on signal transduction pathways employed by cells involved in fundamental immunological processes and in immune-related disorders. The primary aim is to understand the mechanistic underpinnings of these processes so that novel targets can be identified for therapeutic intervention or for diagnostic/prognostic value. Dr. Kambayashi recently joined the skin biology with his work on iImmune-mediated control of sebum secretion by the skin.

Training Information:

To date Dr. Kamabayshi has trained seven postdoctoral fellows and tweelve PhD graduated students. Dr. Kambayashi’s trainees have gone on to impressive career in both academia and industry.

Current and Former T32 Trainees:

Jordan Harris