O'TooleLab

Affiliated Programs

My lab activity participates in a number of research and graduate programs at Dartmouth. All of these programs contribute to a vibrant and collaborative research environment.

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Microbiology and Molecular Pathogenesis Program (M2P2). A primary goal of the Program is to provide students and fellows with broad training in microbial pathogenesis and microbial biology. Labs participating in M2P2 include those studying bacterial biology, fungi, parasites, immunology, cell biology and structural biology. M2P2 sponsors journal clubs, lab meetings and an annual retreat that brings together investigators form across Northern New England.

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Dartmouth Center for Lung Biology Research. Investigators working in the Center for Lung Biology Research have interests spanning from cell biology to microbial pathogenesis to virology to immunology. Our investigators also include clinicians as well as basic scientists, creating an environment that fosters translation research. Members of the group meet weekly to discuss our latest research findings.

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Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Research Development Program. Dartmouth is one of the handful of institutions in the US to receive funds for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CFF) for a Research Development Program (RDP). The CFF-RDP at Dartmouth supports core facilities and pilot projects to enhance and advance research to help improve care for CF patients.

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Molecular and Cellular Graduate Program (MCB). I am a member of the MCB umbrella graduate program. This program spans departments in Dartmouth Medical School and Dartmouth College. There are currently ~120 Ph.D. students in the program and ~65 faculty working in a broad ranges of research areas. Students interested in working in my lab should apply to the MCB program.

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Graduate Studies at Dartmouth Graduate Studies at Dartmouth comprise 19 departments and programs offering masters and Ph.D.s. Check out the latest news from Graduate Studies, including videos, Facebook posts and activities at the Graduate Forum. Graduate studies has also launched a new program called ASURE to help undergraduates from on and off campus come to Dartmouth for a summer research experience.