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.

2400 E. Hartford Ave.
Enderis Hall, Room B49
Milwaukee, WI 53211

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.