Sullivan Lab

The laboratory of William Sullivan, PhD, investigates the cellular and molecular mechanisms driving microbial latency, which constitutes a major obstacle to the treatment of infectious diseases. Research is focused on the parasite Toxoplasma gondii, which causes congenital birth defects, ocular disease, and opportunistic illness in HIV/AIDS; latent infection has also been linked to behavioral changes and neuropsychosis.

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