Faculty and Trainers

Professor, Medicine-Hematology/Oncology
Assistant Professor, Mol Gen/Cell Bio
David Pincus is an Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology. The Pincus lab is located in the Center for Physics of Evolving Systems on...
Assistant Professor, Human Genetics
My group's research interests span questions and applications in multiple fields, including population genetics/genomics, anthropology, archaeology, and medical...
Professor, Biochem/Mol Bio
The Problem: Evolution produces systems that display remarkable structural and functional properties that can rival or exceed the performance of man-made systems. For...
Professor, Ben May Department
The long-term goal of research in the Rebay Lab is to understand how signaling networks, cytoskeletal dynamics and tissue geometry work together to direct specific...
Professor, Statistics
My laboratory is engaged in a long term project to understand how DNA sequence specifies biological form. We are interested not only in the specification of typical...
Professor, Ben May Department
Cancer is the second leading cause of death but, unlike heart disease, it has been a difficult disease to effectively understand or treat. The reason relates to the...
Professor, Mol Gen/Cell Bio
Associate Professor, Mol Gen/Cell Bio
Bacteria are an ancient form of life that occupies almost every conceivable niche, from pathogenesis to commensal existence with an animal host to primary production in...
Associate Professor, Mol Gen/Cell Bio
The unifying theme of my lab is the elucidation of molecular mechanisms underlying management chromatin, the physiological form of the genome. In particular, we are...