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Mentors (General Biomedicine)
Diana P. Bratu
Post-transcriptional gene regulation via microRNAs; developmental patterning in Drosophila via RNA transport; live cell imaging.
Christopher B. Braun
Associate Professor; Chair, Psychology Department
Sensory systems in animals, Neural substrates of vibration and sound detection, Sensory variation, Ecology, Evolution
Professor and Chair, Department of Biological Sciences
Extracellular Factors Regulating Cell Behavior.
Laser physics; Laser devices; Biomedical optics; Photoacoustic imaging.
Robert P. Dottin
Regulation of gene expression by signal transduction.
Charles M. Drain
Professor; Chair, Chemistry Department
Supramolecular chemistry; Materials; Photonics; Photodynamic therapeutics.
Using targeted mutagenesis and mouse genetics to study how the brain functions.
David A. Foster
Rosalyn Yallow Professor
Signaling mechanisms involved in normal and cancer cell proliferation.
Lynn C. Francesconi
Inorganic biochemistry; Medical applications of inorganic chemistry.
Visual psychophysiology, Color vision, Pattern vision, Human visual development
Dixie J. Goss
Protein-nucleic acid interactions and their role in regulation of biological functions.
Nancy L. Greenbaum
RNA structural biology; Investigation of RNA, metallo-RNA, and protein-RNA complexes by solution NMR and other spectroscopic techniques; design of theragnostic agents for detection and treatment of cancer.
Steven G. Greenbaum
Experimental materials science; Magnetic resonance; Ionic conduction in solids; Energy storage and Conversion materials.
Chemical and Biological Diversity: An evolutionary roadmap to discovery and characterization of bioactive peptides from marine organisms
Structural and biological characterization of natural products.
Mechanisms of Response to DNA Damage by Nuclear Factors.
Nonlinear optical microscopy; Visualization of the nervous systems including the retina
Telomere functions in human cells.
Bio-Nanotechnology; Drug Delivery; Medical Imaging; Cancer nanotechnology; Nanoparticles
Animal orientation and communication with focus on African weakly electric fishes: multisensory integration, development of social behavior; effects of endocrine disruptors.
Professor and Vice Chair, Department of Biological Sciences
Gene regulation during T cell development.
Lexical and conceptual representation and development.
Evolutionary informatics and microbial diversity.
Associate Professor; Chair, Physics Department
Condensed Matter Physics, Nonlinear Femtosecond Laser Spectroscopy and Biomedical Imaging
Biochemistry and molecular biology of neurotransmitter receptors and ion channels in Drophila melanogaster.
Biological anthropology; Molecular evolution and phylogenetics; Population genetics; Primates; Malaria.
Interaction and molecular recognition of protein, their involvement in diseased state and the applications in nano-technology.
Regulation of gene expression and nuclear transport.