Moses Bility, PhD*
603 Parran Hall
130 DeSoto Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15261
Research Interests: I am a laboratory scientist studying human inflammatory liver diseases, including hepatitis B/C, hepatitis B/C and HIV co-infection, and fatty liver disease in humanized mouse models reconstituted with autologous human liver cells and immune system. We primarily focus on the role of human monocyte/macrophage activation in the development of chronic liver inflammation and fibrosis/cirrhosis.
- Investigating the role of monocyte/macrophage activation in hepatitis B/C and HIV co-infection in humanized mouse and cell culture models.
- Investigating the nexus between monocyte/macrophage activation and gut microbiota dysbiosis in fatty liver disease in humanized mouse models.
- Collaboration with Dr. Alex Soto-Gutierrez, developing “improved” humanized mouse models with human liver and immune system using iPS cell technologies.
View Dr. Bility’s NIH Report on nih.gov
View Dr. Bility’s publications on PubMed
Infectious Diseases and Microbiology