Associate Professor and Lyme Borreliosis Lab Director, Dean Nardelli, observes as a student investigates the role of CB2R in Lyme Arthitis.

Associate Professor and Lyme Borreliosis Lab Director, Dean Nardelli, observes as a student investigates the role of CB2R in Lyme Arthitis.

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This laboratory studies the pathogenesis of Lyme borreliosis, caused by infection with the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi. Research currently focuses on the role of T cells and B cells throughout the course of Lyme arthritis and B. burgdorferi infection.