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Browne Lab

Welcome to the Browne Lab!
Our lab focuses on studying the molecular mechanisms of HIV latency, with the ultimate goal of contributing to a cure for HIV.

Using the latest technology in the field of single-cell analysis, we have developed multiomics methods to study the establishment, maintenance, and reversal of HIV latency at single-cell resolution. Further, we combine these approaches with genetic perturbation and novel bioengineering tools to gain additional insight into how the host cell regulates HIV latency.

We are part of the UNC HIV Cure Center in the Genetic Medicine Research Building in Chapel Hill, NC.