Tsinghua University, Beijing China


The principal interest of Javid lab:

1. Adaptive mistranslation
2. Regulation of gene translation
3. Mechanisms of antibiotic tolerance
4. Humoral immunity to tuberculosis and host-pathogen interactions

Undergraduate and graduate students, as well as post-doctoral scientists, interested in our work please contact Dr. Javid directly. (email: bjavid{at}gmail.com)


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Lab members had a lot of fun skiing and BBQ together to celebrate the coming new year. Welcome new adventures and achievement!

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Babak Javid received an interview from China Global Television Network to comment on the major vaccine scandal in China, 2018. “Because vaccines prevent rather than treat diseases, safety has to be the number one consideration. China has been historically fantastic at having excellent coverage and my concern is that there is a further erosion of… Read More

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Miaomiao Pan is leaving her technician post and starting working as researcher in Global Health Drug Discovery Institute (GHDDI). Many thanks to her hard work, recorded as her names in the publications. And what is more precious, the techniques and altruistic motives from Miaomiao would be past on and on, as her instillation into us at… Read More

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Javid Lab participated the Symposium on Infectious Diseases and Global Health 2018, hold by the department CIDR, THU. Lab members shared the research projects with faculty and students of CIDR by oral reports and posters. Yiwei Zhang and Zhuo Bi gave exciting talks introducing their work. Jiayao Hong, Yayun Zheng, Zhenqi Wang and Shizheng Zhu… Read More

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“It is a tragedy that TB is the only curable top ten cause of death worldwide,” Dr. Javid said, explaining why he chose to work on TB. “It still kills more than 1.5 million people in the world. This is because they are the poorest people in the world. There are no poster children for… Read More

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It is the World TB Day today (March 24th) . We made a 3-min video for simple knowledge of TB. You may also watch this video on https://v.qq.com/x/page/i0612g8tveu.html

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