Computational and preclinical analyses of mouse models of prostate and bladder cancer
Cell & Molecular Biology
Genes and neural circuits for pain and touch behavior
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
Molecular mechanisms of cell division
Pre-mRNA splicing in cultured mammalian cells.
Development of in vivo selection strategies for evolving proteins with novel catalytic properties
Molecular genetics of cancer; molecular pathogenesis of lymphoma and leukemia
Regulation of innate behavior in blood-feeding arthropods
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
Cell-cell interactions, signal transduction, and cell fate specification in C. elegans http://greenwaldlab.org/
Protein modifications in tumor suppression and aging
Epigenetic regulation of the genome.
Regulation of Protein Production Dynamics: RNA Binding Proteins and the Ribosome Code.
The purpose of the research in my laboratory is to understand the influence of the skeleton on various physiological processes and in disease.
RNA-mediated epigenetics and genome reorganization during development
Regulation of mRNA synthesis in animal cells.
Bladder cancer, urothelial development, urothelial regeneration, embryonic development, retinoic acid signaling, genetics of congenital abnormalities of the urinary tract.
Hematopoietic stem cells in normal and malignant hematopoiesis
To study the difficulty of knowing what one sees, rather than seeing only what one knows, from scientific and subjective perspectives; to understand the induction and maintenance of phenotypic reversion as a strategy for treating malignancies.
Department of Biological Sciences
500 Fairchild Center
Mail Code 2401
1212 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY 10027