• Matthew Altman, MD (Assistant Professor of Medicine) focuses on a systems biology approach to identifying modular repertoires of immune responses.

  • Andrew G. Ayars, MD (Associate Professor of Medicine) performs translational clinical research on asthma rhinosinusitis and other allergic disorders.
  • Maria Teresa de la Morena, MD (Professor of Pediatrics) focuses on primary immune deficiency diseases (PID), autoimmunity, transplantation (both lung and hematopoietic cell transplantation) and HIV infection.
  • Teal S. Hallstrand, MD, MPH (Associate Professor of Medicine) studies the pathogenesis of asthma through translational human studies as well as in vitro models using primary human cells and selected in vivo models.
  • William Henderson, MD (Professor of Medicine, Head Allergy Section, UW Center for Allergy and Inflammation) focuses on genomic studies addressing whether unique miRNA expression signatures may be used as diagnostic or prognostic clinical tools in allergy.
  • William Kwok, PhD (Member, Benaroya Research Institute; Affiliate Associate Professor of Medicine) studies allergen-specific CD4+ T cell responses in immunopathogenesis of allergic disorders using HLA class II tetramers.
  • Hans D. Ochs, MD (Professor of Pediatrics; Jeffrey Modell Endowed Chair in Pediatric Immunology Research) focuses on the molecular basis of Primary Immune Deficiency Diseases with special interest in genes linked to Wiskott Aldrich, Hyper IgM, X-linked Agammaglobulinemia, IPEX, and Autosomal Recessive Hyper IgE syndromes.
  • Daniel Petroni, MD, PhD (Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, Co-Director of SAARI, CRC and Seattle Food Allergy Research Center) conducts translational clinical research studies in patients with food allergy, chronic idiopathic urticaria, drug allergy, and asthma.
  • Adrian M. Piloponsky, PhD (Assistant Professor of Pediatrics) studies inflammatory responses involving mast cells and myeloid cells.
  • David J. Rawlings, MD (Professor of Pediatrics, Adjunct Professor of Immunology, Director, Center for Immunity and Immunotherapies, Seattle Children's Research Institute) investigates dysregulated B cell development and signaling leading to immunodeficiency, autoimmunity or lymphoid malignancies, and the development of gene therapy for primary immune deficiency diseases.
  • Troy R. Torgerson, MD, PhD (Associate Professor of Pediatrics) investigates basic molecular mechanisms of autoimmunity and immune dysregulation through the study of patients with primary immunodeficiency disorders focusing on IPEX and Autosomal Dominant Hyper-IgE syndromes.
  • Erik Wembre, MD (Assistant Member, Benaroya Research Institute; Affiliate Associate Professor of Medicine) focuses on providing in depth immune monitoring of antigen-specific T cell responses in allergy.
  • Steven F. Ziegler, PhD (Member and Director, Immunology Program Benaroya Research Institute, Affiliate Professor of Immunology) investigates FoxP3 and control of CD4+CD25+ regulatory T cell development/function and the role of thymic stromal lymphopoietin (TSLP) in asthma and other allergic diseases.