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The Sir William Dunn School of Pathology aims to discover the molecular and cellular mechanisms that underlie human health and disease. Scientists at the Dunn School employ a wide range of approaches to address fundamental biological and medical issues. 

Research spans five main areas: cell biology, development and stem cells, genome stability and cancer, infection and immunity, and RNA and gene expression. The research in many groups spans multiple areas, leading to an interactive environment.