Science in Pursuit of Health
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    Newborn Screening Program finding novel ways to work smarter

    In the Wadsworth Center’s Newborn Screening Laboratory it’s...

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    Wadsworth Environmental Health Sciences

    Studies a possible link between sunscreen ingredient and endometriosis...

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    Wadsworth Center's Laboratory of Neural Injury and Repair

    Develops and advances scientific, engineering, and clinical concepts...

  • Finding Orphans- Wadsworth Scientists Identify New Species of Bacteria

    A small group of bacteriologists at the Wadsworth Center spend part of...

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    Wadsworth Center administers New York's stem cell research program

    Working collaboratively with the Empire State Stem Cell Board, NYSTEM...

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    The Wadsworth Center Master of Science in Laboratory Sciences

    is a unique program that combines lecture based course work with direct...

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    As flu season approaches

    Wadsworth Center’s Influenza laboratory gears up to handle more...

  • Changes to the New York Newborn Screening Program’s cut-off values for the neonatal 17α-hydroxyprogesterone (17-OHP) kit
  • New York Newborn Screening Program Anounces Screening of Pompe Disease
  • Dr. Janice Pata receives 2014 Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Adjunct Teaching.

Meet Our Scientists

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Mycotic & Parasitic Disease, Vishnu Chaturvedi, Ph.D.

Dr. Chaturvedi's research interests in medical mycology are based upon unique features of fungal pathogens and infections. 

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Mycobacterium Disease, Todd Gray, Ph.D.

Dr. Gray's lab has developed a non-pathogenic Mycobacterium smegmatis and described a novel form of conjugal DNA transfer between strains of M. smegmatis that relies on the activity of the same secretory apparatus (ESX-1) which is required for pathogenicity in M. tuberculosis.

Environmental Health Sciences, Division Director, Kenneth Aldous Ph.D.

Scientists working in the Division of Environmental Health Sciences develop methods to determine presence, level and exposure of environmental toxicants and environmentally induced disorders.

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Advanced Light Microscopy & Image Analysis Core, Director, Richard Cole, Ph.D.

The ALM&IA core is a resource for investigators at the Wadsworth Center as well as those from outside institutions who require advanced light microscopy (LM) and/or image analysis as part of their research programs.

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Computational & Structural Biology, Nilesh Banavali, Ph.D.

Dr. Banavali's research aims to  incorporate detailed atomic-scale understanding of chemical and conformational change into simplified multi-scale models and coordinate their activity to form functional nanoscale cellular machinery.

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The Wadsworth Center: New York's State Public Health Laboratory

Innovative, multidisciplinary research. Complex diagnostics and novel detection methods. High-tech instrumentation and state-of-the-art laboratory services. All are components of the dynamic scientific community that is the Wadsworth Center of the New York State Department of Health.
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