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Faculty

Antonio Artigues, Ph.D.
Antonio Artigues, Ph.D.
Director, Mass Spectrometry Laboratory

Research Associate Professor

James P. Calvet, Ph.D.
James P. Calvet, Ph.D.
University Distinguished Professor

Regulation of gene expression in animal cells, regulaton of cell proliferation and differentiation, molecular genetics of kidney disease.

Aron W. Fenton, Ph.D.
Aron W. Fenton, Ph.D.
Professor

Thermodynamic and biophysical probes of the molecular mechanism of allosteric enzymes.

Joseph D. Fontes, Ph.D.
Joseph D. Fontes, Ph.D.
Professor

Regulation of gene transcription. Gap junctional coupling in neuronal survival and death.

Bret D. Freudenthal, Ph.D.
Bret D. Freudenthal
Assistant Professor

Genome Maintenance: Elucidating how DNA damage is generated, processed and repaired using structural and biochemical approaches.

Christy R. Hagan, Ph.D.
Christy R. Hagan, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor

Role of hormones in breast cancer, crosstalk beween inflammation and steroid receptor action.

Robert A. Harris, Ph.D.
Robert A. Harris, Ph.D.
Visiting Professor
Alexey S. Ladokhin, Ph.D.
Alexey S. Ladokhin, Ph.D.
Professor

Membrane proteins in apoptotic regulation and cancer targeting, Bcl-2 proteins, bacterial toxins, antimicrobial peptides, biophysical techniques.

Stephen C. Parnell, Ph.D.
Stephen C. Parnell, Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor
Kenneth Peterson, Ph.D.
Kenneth Peterson, Ph.D.
Professor and Vice Chair

Human beta-globin gene regulation using transgenic mice and cell lines generated with beta-globin locus yeast artifical chromosomes.

Jeroen Roelofs, Ph.D.
Jeroen Roelofs
Associate Professor

Protein degradation in the cell. Biochemical and cell biological analyses of assembly and localization of proteasomes and their autophagic degradation.

Chad Slawson, Ph.D.
Chad Slawson, Ph.D.
Associate Professor

The role of post-translation modification in cell cycle progression and development; glycobiology; signal transduction.

Liskin Swint-Kruse, Ph.D.
Liskin Swint-Kruse, Ph.D.
Professor and Chair

Applications of protein evolution to personalized medicine and protein engineering; transcriptional regulation of bacterial metabolism.

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