Albert Zlotnik, Ph.D., Associate Director

Overview

Chemokines, Genearrays, Cytokines, Bioinformatics

Research Interests

Dr. Zlotnik is an internationally recognized immunologist/molecular biologist with over twenty years experience in both academic science and biotechnology. He has extensive experience in chemokine biology and cancer, and is a highly innovative scientist experienced in the molecular characterization of human diseases using genomic-microarray technologies. Dr. Zlotnik's lab has a strong focus on chemokine research including the role of chemokines in cancer metastasis. Use of genearrays for the molecular characterization of human diseases including hepatitis C, idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, endometriosis, adenomyosis and many cancers. Construction of a database of gene expression of more than 85 sites of the human body.


Office

3034 Hewitt Hall
(949) 824-0876

Lab

3101 Hewitt Hall
(949) 824-3654