Genomics and Proteomics

Faculty studying genomics and proteomics

Reid Alisch

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Neurological Surgery
The role of epigenetics in human health and disease processes, particularly in relation to the origins of mental illness.

Alan Attie

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Biochemistry
Genetics of type 2 diabetes and related metabolic diseases

Anjon Audhya

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Biomolecular Chemistry
Regulation of vesicle biogenesis and membrane transport during development

Karl Broman

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Biostatistics and Medical Informatics
Statistical problems in genetics and genomics, particularly methods for identifying genes contributing to variation in complex traits in experimental organisms.

Jake Brunkard

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Genetics
Plant Biology, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Genetics, Genomics

Kerri Coon

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Bacteriology
Insect-microbe interactions, impacts of gut microbes on the biology of disease vectors

Cameron Currie

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Bacteriology
Ecological and evolutionary genomics of symbiotic systems

Timothy Donohue

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Bacteriology
Unlocking the secrets of microbes to benefit society

Feyza Engin

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Biomolecular Chemistry
Diabetes and metabolic disorders, organelle dysfunction, stress responses, beta cell biology

Catherine Fox

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Biomolecular Chemistry
Mechanisms required for genome duplication and stability in eukaryotic organisms

Andrea Galmozzi

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Medicine
Metabolism - Adipose Tissue physiology - Obesity - Type 2 Diabetes - Cachexia

Audrey Gasch

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Medical Genetics
Elucidating the role, regulation, and evolution of eukaryotic stress responses

Melissa Harrison

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Biomolecular Chemistry
Transcriptional regulation during development

Gaelen Hess

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Biomolecular Chemistry
High-throughput functional genomics to investigate DNA repair and pathogenic effectors

Chris Todd Hittinger

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Genetics
Evolutionary genomics of yeast carbon metabolism with applications in brewing and bioenergy

Akihiro Ikeda

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Medical Genetics
Identifying genes involved in aging, cell proliferation and neovascularization using mouse genetics

Judith Kimble

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Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Medical Genetics
Molecular regulation of germ line self-renewal and differentiation in C. elegans

Patrick Krysan

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Horticulture
Functional genomics of Arabidopsis signal transduction

Dudley Lamming

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Medicine
Biology of aging and age-related diseases, diabetes, cancer, Alzheimer’s disease

Ci Ji Lim

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Biochemistry
Telomeres, chromatin structure-function relationship, protein-DNA interactions, molecular machines

Ahmed Mahmoud

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Cell and Regenerative Biology
Mammalian cardiac regeneration

Mark Mandel

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Medical Microbiology and Immunology

Patrick Masson

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Genetics
Genetics of root growth behavior using Arabidopsis thaliana as a model system.

Phil Newmark

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Integrative Biology
Germ cell development and regeneration in planarians; developmental biology of parasitic flatworms

Marisa Otegui

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Botany
Plant Molecular and Cell Biology; Plant Genetics and Development

Brian Parks

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Nutritional Sciences
Leveraging genetics to understand the pathways and molecular mechanisms that contribute to metabolic diseases.

Bret Payseur

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Genetics and Medical Genetics
Speciation, Evolution of Extreme Phenotypes, Recombination

Caitlin Pepperell

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Medicine
Ecological and evolutionary interactions between humans and human pathogens

Nicole Perna

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Genetics
Systems-scale evolutionary genomics of agriculturally, biomedically and industrially significant bacteria

Jason Peters

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Pharmaceutical Sciences
Gene networks and genetic tools in bacteria.

John Pool

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Genetics
Population genomics and the genetic basis of adaptive evolution

Tomas Prolla

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Genetics and Medical Genetics
DNA repair, cancer and the aging process

Vatsan Raman

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Biochemistry
High-throughput functional assays, variant effect prediction, human and microbial genomics

David Schwartz

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Genetics and Chemistry
Discovery of fundamental molecular phenomena, which are harnessed within fully integrated systems for comprehensive genome analysis; creation of a cell-free system (“GenSyn”) for the direct fabrication of synthetic chromosomes, which adapt/advance micro- and nanofluidics technologies previously developed for genome analysis by the Schwartz group

Nathaniel Sharp

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Genetics
Mutation, Evolution, Genome Architecture, Genetic Variation, Sexual Selection

Ahna Skop

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Genetics, Medical Genetics and Life Science Communications
Asymmetric cell division, cytokinesis, cell polarity & cell cycle genomics and proteomics

Rupa Sridharan

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Cell and Regenerative Biology
Epigenetics: histone modification crosstalk and RNA processing,
Development and differentiation: from mouse and human stem cells
Genomics: Single cell transcriptomics and epigenomics

Michael Sussman

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Biochemistry
Signal transduction and plasma membrane receptors in Arabidopsis thaliana, genomic technologies

Randal Tibbetts

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Human Oncology
Genetic control of DNA replication and repair in mammals. Mechanisms of neurodegeneration in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)

Jue D. (Jade) Wang

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Bacteriology
Bacterial Stress Response, Nucleotide Signaling, Mutagenesis, Antibiotic Resistance

Donna Werling

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Genetics
Genetic risk for autism and other neuropsychiatric conditions, sex differences in neurobiology and risk for disease

Jae-hyuk Yu

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Molecular genetics and genomics of spore formation and mycotoxin biosynthesis in filamentous fungi

Fei Zhao

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Comparative Biosciences
Sex organ development

Xinyu Zhao

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Neuroscience
Genetics and epigenetic regulation of neural stem cells and neuronal development