Carolyn Coyne

The research of the Coyne Lab combines important aspects of virology, immunology, and cell biology to dissect various aspects of host-virus interactions. More specifically, the lab’s studies aim to better understand what mechanisms within the tissues of the human body prevent and enable the transmission of microorganisms.

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Fetal tissue is essential for understanding how the virus causes birth defects in the developing fetus. (Photo: AP Photo/Felipe Dana) Views
Friday, December 14, 2018
Trump Administration Ban on NIH Use of Fetal Tissue Should Worry All Scientists
Throughout history, politicians have restricted or outright banned certain areas of scientific or medical research based on moral or ethical grounds. In some cases, these measures were justified and prevented unethical human or animal research. In others, the bans could be seen as misguided and...
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