Our lab is in the Microbiology and Immunology Department in the Geisel School of Medicine and we interact closely with other labs in the Geisel School and in the other schools at Dartmouth.
We are active members of the Dartmouth Lung Biology Center, a highly interactive group of microbiologists, cell biologists, biochemists, immunologists, and clinicians.
Graduate students in the Hogan Lab enter through the Molecular and Cellular Biology Graduate Program (MCB), which is a large program comprised of 65 faculty and 150 students.
Students and postdocs in the lab are also part of the Microbiology Molecular Pathogenesis Program (M2P2) by participating in M2P2 seminars, journal clubs, and the annual retreat.
Deb Hogan was the co-director of the Woods Hole Molecular Mycology Summer Course (MOMY) at the MBL.
Our work has been supported by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, an organization that supports the development of better treatments and cures for individuals with the genetic disease cystic fibrosis, and the Foundation has supported our work relevant to CF lung disease. The Pew Biomedical Scholars Program has supported research on the interactions between microbes.