Genes and neural circuits for pain and touch behavior
Faculty - PhD Program
Tumor suppression and genome instability in breast cancer
Cell biology of the neuron.
RNA surveillance, noncoding RNA processing and DNA alteration events during development and immunity
Dynamics and functions of microtubules during myogenic differentiation and cell cycle progression
Study of gene regulatory and signaling networks in mammalian cellular contexts using computational methods.
Molecular mechanisms of cell division
Developmental genetics of identified nerve cells in C. elegans.
Pre-mRNA splicing in cultured mammalian cells.
Development of in vivo selection strategies for evolving proteins with novel catalytic properties
Genetics of kidney development in the mouse; cellular and genetic basis of epithelial branching morphogenesis
Molecular genetics of cancer; molecular pathogenesis of lymphoma and leukemia
Regulation of innate behavior in blood-feeding arthropods
Bacterial models for biological shape and pattern formation
Cellular mechanisms of signal transduction and olfaction.
Cryo-electron microscopy and single-particle reconstruction , studying the mechanism of protein biosynthesis and other molecular processes in the cell.
We create and apply multi-omic technologies to study biomolecular and cellular interactions during development, physiology and pathology.
DNA replication, DNA repair and the DNA damage response in the maintenance of genomic integrity
Retroviral replication; tyrosine kinase oncogenes
Mechanistic studies of protein synthesis by the ribosome using single-molecule fluorescence microscopy and other biophysical and biochemical approaches
Mechanisms of neuronal differentiation and degeneration and their regulation by external growth factors
Department of Biological Sciences
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