Mark Lyte, Ph.D.
|Name:||Mark Lyte, Ph.D.|
Director of Translational Research, Garrison Institute on Aging
Professor of Pharmacy Practice
|Research Interests:||Microbial endocrinology, an emerging field which seeks to examine the interface between microorganisms and the neuroendocrine system in both health and disease.|
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Current Grant Support: National Institutes of Health, Gut to brain pathways for infection-induced anxiety, Principal Investigator, Total Direct Costs: $925,000
Previous Grant Support: National Institutes of Health, Neuroendocrine mediation of Escherichia coli O157:H7 infection, Principal Investigator, Total Direct Costs: $800,000; NIH Research Scientist Development Award, Stress-Bacterial Interactions in Infectious Disease, Total Direct Costs, $500,000; NIH, Stress Mediation of Endocrine-Immune-Infectious Triad, Total Direct Costs, $750,000, NIH FIRST Award: Social Conflict: Immunological and Endocrinological Consequences.