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Name Research Area
Kavita Arora Drosophila development, TGF-beta signal transduction, cell signaling
Scott Atwood Cell fate decisions in skin cancer, skin and hair follicle development, and stem cells
Anne Calof Systems Biology of Stem Cells and Human Developmental Disorders
Ken Cho Growth factor signaling and functional genomics in Xenopus and zebrafish, stem cell research and diabetes, Bioinformatics and functional genomics, Veterbrate embryology and growth factor signaling
Olivier Cinquin Systems biology of cell differentiation. Using a combination of theoretical and experimental approaches to find out how regulatory networks control the progression from a stem cell state to a differentiated state.
Dan Cooper Effect of exercise on gene and protein expression of key inflammatory and growth mediators in peripheral blood mononuclear cells in health children
Taosheng Huang Molecular basis of genetic diseases in humans
Arthur Lander Systems biology of morphogenesis and pattern formation, proteoglycans, extracellular matrix, birth defects syndromes
Larry Marsh Regulation of growth factor signaling in patterning, regeneration, and oncogenesis, Mechanisms of late onset neurodegeneration
Eric Mjolsness Artificial Intelligence: Automated Reasoning / Machine Learning / Data Mining / Bio-Medical Informatics / Computational Biology / Systems Biology / Scientific Inference Systems / Mathematical Methods
Ali Mortazavi Applications of genomics, computation, and sequencing technologies to the analysis of transcriptional regulation in development. Emphasis on long-range protein-DNA interactions, ChIP-seq, RNA-seq, ChIA-PET, and comparative genomics
Tom Schilling Zebrafish development, pattern formation, morphogenesis
Rahul Warrior Drosophila development, regulation of nuclear position and migration, effects of proteoglycans in growth factor signaling, regulation of developmental gene expression.
Zeba Wunderlich Experimental and computational approaches to studying the regulation of gene expression, Drosophila development, and interpreting natural variation in regulatory sequences