The scientists at the Environmental Health and Disease Lab perform cutting edge research on the role of “Built Environment” in causing chronic liver diseases.
The lab is particularly interested in conducting both lab based and epidemiology research to understand the role of the environment in development of metabolic disease.
The Chatterjee Lab uses state of the art molecular biology and immunological techniques to understand the mechanisms of liver disease.
Chatterjee Lab possesses the latest equipments including those for qRTPCR, molecular immunological detection mechanisms, immunofluorescence microscopy , state of the art cell culture systems, etc.
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Environmental Health Sciences,
Arnold School of Public Health,
University of South Carolina
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