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Adam Moeser, Ph.D., DVM

Moeser Lab

Research Interests

My research program is focused on elucidating the pathophysiologic mechanisms driving stress-induced gastrointestinal and immune disorders.

Current questions we are asking in our research include:

  • What are the mechanisms linking early life adversity and development of brain-gut axis disorders?
  • What are the neuro-immune signaling pathways modulating gut and brain mast cell biology and animal behavior (Collaborations with Robison and Mazei-Robison Labs)
  • How does biological sex determine the vulnerability to stress-related GI and immunological diseases? (Collaborations with Jordan Lab)

Main Office

Department of Physiology
 Biomedical Physical Sciences (BPS) Building
567 Wilson Rd Rm 2201

Main Phone: 517-884-5000
Office Fax: 517-432-1967

Department Chair

C. Lee Cox
Dr. C. Lee Cox

BPS Building Rm 2201E

Phone: 517-884-5050
Fax: 517-432-1967

Graduate Office

Department of Physiology
BPS Building Rm 2205

Phone: 517-884-5075
Fax: 517-432-1967