Oral Mucosal Immunity Consortium (OMIC)

Recent News

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Dr. J. Michael Stolley named 2021 Windsweep Farm Scholar.


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Drs. J. Michael Stolley and David Masopust, co-principal investigators from the University of Minnesota, receive 2021 OMIC Windsweep Farm Pilot Grant for their project, "Resident Memory T Cells in the Oral Mucosa."

Our Mission

The mission of the Oral Mucosal Immunity Consortium (OMIC) is the study of the oral immune cell response to microbial and carcinogenic stimuli introduced into the oral cavity and to generate quality research advancing knowledge in the field of oral mucosal immunology. Specific research endeavors include but are not limited to immune response to pathogens and carcinogenic agents, periodontal regeneration, oral mucosal wound healing and cell signaling pathways.

The OMIC represents a multi-center collaboration of clinical and basic science researchers with a goal of sharing knowledge and ideas to better understand how the oral mucosal systems function when healthy and in the presence of disease. 

OMIC Faculty Members

OMIC Journal Club

The OMIC Journal Club meets once monthly via Zoom for a one hour paper presentation and informal but enlightening discussion. For more information, contact Dr. Amy Killeen at akilleen@unmc.edu.

OMIC Annual Symposium

Travel Awards