Brigid L. M. Hogan

Brigid L. M. Hogan
George Barth Geller Distinguished Professor of Immunology
CMB - Cell Biology
DSCB - Regenerative Medicine
Campus mail: 424 Jones Bldg, 207 Research Drive, Durham, NC 27710
Phone: (919) 684-8139

1. Genetic regulation of embryo development using the mouse as a research model.
2. The role of genes and signaling pathways in directing and co-ordinating the development of the lung.
3. The identity and regulation of the different stem cells in the adult lung and their role in repair, fibrosis and cancer.

Education and Training

  • University of Cambridge (United Kingdom), Ph.D. 1968
  • University of Cambridge (United Kingdom), SRC Studentship
  • University of Cambridge (United Kingdom), Ph.D. Student
  • University of Sussex (UK), Postdoc
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Postdoc


A Shared Vision

One of today's most powerful technologies in biomedical research-the creation of mutant mice by gene targeting in embryonic stem (ES) cells-was finally celebrated in this year's Nobel Prize in Medicine.