The Landau Lab is located on the 5th floor of the Alexandria Center for Life Sciences on the NYU Langone Medical Center campus. We are in the Department of Microbiology in the NYU School of Medicine (https://med.nyu.edu/microbiology-parasitology/home). The laboratory is staffed by post-doctoral fellows, graduate students in the Sackler Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences, research assistants and part-time NYU undergraduates. The laboratory has access to state-of-the-art core facilities through the Office of Collaborative Sciences at the School of Medicine and shared resources of the Department of Microbiology. Lab members participate in the departmental seminar series, laboratory group meetings, Works in Progress seminars and journal clubs. Graduate students and post-docs can be supported by NIH training grants to the department of Microbiology and through the Sackler Program.
We are lucky to be a part of a premiere research institution located at the heart of one of the most vibrant cities in the world. NYC is the epicenter of culture, art, and innovation.
We are a diverse group of doctors, undergraduate and graduate students, and researchers who are all passionate about studying HIV and working together.
When we aren't working away at the lab, you can find us doing anything from playing pool, to bowling, to trying new foods!