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The Seibold Laboratory operates under the premise that asthma, rather than being a single entity is actually a collection of disease groups, each with distinct causes and pathobiological mechanisms. Our goal is to discover these pathobiological subgroups of disease (termed disease endotypes) and the genetic, environmental, and immune factors driving their development. We are accomplishing these goals through the integration of genomic endotyping studies of large patient cohorts with in vitro mechanistic studies of human tissue culture models. Ultimately, our goal is to leverage the information gained from our research to develop precision medicine approaches for the diagnosis, management, and treatment of asthma.
The Seibold Laboratory is composed of a multi-disciplinary team of "wet lab" cell, airway, and molecular biologists integrated with "dry lab" computational biologists, bioinformaticians, and statistical geneticists working to achieve a more complete understanding of asthma and complex lung and allergic diseases.
We are located in the Center for Genes, Environment, and Health at National Jewish Health in the beautiful Rocky Mountains of Denver, CO.