|Camille Ehre, PhD, Research Associate|
Camille Ehre is a Reseach Associate in the laboratory of Dr. Boucher.
Camille Ehre is studying mucin gene and glycoprotein expression patterns in human small airways, and in mouse airways, which are more or less equivalent, structurally. She has also generated a GFP-tagged, Muc5ac overexpression mouse model and is using it to study therapeutic approaches to resolve mucus retention in airways disease.
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