The Kommagani lab seeks to decipher the molecular processes underlying the female reproductive tract functions. Specifically, we focus on the processes that are required for normal endometrial function and that are impaired in gynecological pathologies to achieve our central goal of improving women’s health.
We pursue this goal through research in three areas:
- The role of gut microbiome and inflammation in endometriosis.
- The role of RNA splicing in gynecological pathologies.
- The role of RNA splicing and autophagy in endometrial preparation for embryo implantation.