THE PALM LABORATORY
Illuminating Host-Microbiota Interactions in Health and Disease
The Palm lab is an academic research laboratory within the Immunobiology department at the Yale School of Medicine, located in downtown New Haven, CT. Our overarching goal is to understand how microbiota - the trillions of microbes that live in and on us - interact with and influence their mammalian hosts. Our work particularly emphasizes the development of new technologies to deconvolute complex host-microbiota communication networks and reveal causal roles for the microbiota in human health and disease.
Join us for Haiwei Chen, PhD's 'Research in Progress', Thursday 11/18/21 at 10:30am over Zoom!
Haiwei will be presenting “Functional Profiling of Human & Microbiome Metabolites” as part of the IBIO Post-Doc RIP Series.
Join us for Tyler's thesis defense, Monday 11/22/21 at 2pm over Zoom!
Thesis Defense: Tyler Rice will be presenting "Immune Activation by Novel Allobaculum Species Reveals Reciprocal Epistasis Among Human Gut Commensals".
Small Molecule Metabolites at the Host-Microbiota Interface
Jason D. Bishai, Noah W. Palm
Autoreactivity in naïve human fetal B cells is associated with commensal bacteria recognition
Jeff W. Chen, Tyler A. Rice, Jason M. Bannock, Agata A. Bielecka, Juliet D. Strauss, Jason R. Catanzaro, Haowei Wang, Laurence C. Menard, Jennifer H. Anolik, Noah W. Palm, Eric Meffre