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AGARWALA, SEEMA
Seema Agarwala
Associate Professor
Cellular and molecular bases of Neural Tube Closure and birth defects
512-232-4797
PAT 407
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CHEN, Z. JEFFREY
Z. Jeffrey Chen
Professor
D. J. Sibley Centennial Professorship in Plant Molecular Genetics

Genomic and Epigenetic Bases of Polyploidy and Hybrid Vigor
512-475-9327
NMS 3.122
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EBERHART, JOHANN K
512-232-8340
PAT 522
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Fischer, Janice No
Janice A Fischer
Professor, Director, Academic Center
Molecular genetics of the ubiquitin pathway in Drosophila
512-232-3690
NMS 2.312
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GOLDING, NACE L
Nace L Golding
Professor, Director (Academic)
To understand how sensory systems function and develop
512-232-4888
NHB 3.342
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Gray, Ryan No
Ryan S Gray
Assistant Professor, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
We study the development cell biology and genetics regulating spine development and disorders.
512-495-5052
HLB
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HUQ, ENAMUL
Enamul Huq
Professor
Light signal transduction in plants witha a focus on mechanisms of light-regulated protein degradation and pre-mRNA splicing in Arabidopsis
512-471-9848
BIO 21B
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KIM, JONGHWAN
Jonghwan Kim
Associate Professor
Transcriptional and epigenetic regulations in Pluripotent stem cells and trophoblast lineage development
512-232-8045
NMS 4.314
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LLOYD, ALAN M
Alan M Lloyd
Professor
D. J. Sibley Centennial Professorship in Plant Molecular Genetics

512-471-3530
NMS 5.122
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MACDONALD, PAUL M
Paul M Macdonald
Professor, Professor Emeritus
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Doherty, Jr. Regents Chair in Molecular Biology

How mRNAs become localized within cells, and how their translation is regulated
512-232-6292
MBB
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NISHIYAMA, HIROSHI
Hiroshi Nishiyama
Associate Professor
The formation, maintenance, and rewiring of neuronal circuits in the brain
512-232-8438
NHB
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Pierce, Jonathan
Jonathan Pierce
Associate Professor
M. June and J. Virgil Waggoner Professorships in Molecular Biology

The genetic mechanisms that govern behaviors and contribute to neurological disorders.
512-232-4137
NMS 5.116
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Reinsborough, Calder
Richburg, John
John H Richburg
Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies, Professor
Gustavus and Louise Pfeiffer Professorship in Toxicology

Deciphering the molecular and cellular mechanisms of cell death & disruption of male reproductive system by environmental toxicants
512-471-4736
BME 3.510F
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sarinay cenik, elif
Elif Sarinay Cenik
Assistant Professor
512-232-4468
PAT 241
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Seritrakul, Pawat
Pawat Seritrakul

Epigenetic regulation of vertebrate eye development
SHAWLOT, WILLIAM No
William Shawlot
MGEF Facility Director
Mouse Genetic Engineering Facility Director, Mechanisms of Mammalian Development and Birth Defects
512-471-3918
ARC 1.218
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STEIN, DAVID S
David S Stein
Professor
Signal Transduction Pathways controlling Embryo Development
512-232-3378
PAT 532
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SUNG, SIBUM No
Sibum Sung
Associate Professor
512-232-0867
NMS 5.110
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Torii, Keiko No
Keiko Torii
Professor
Johnson & Johnson Centennial Chair in Plant Cell Biology

Shaping Patterns in Plant Development
TUCKER, Haley O No
Haley Tucker
Professor Emerita
Our group works on transcriptional regulation of stem cells develpment and hematopoiesis
VOKES, STEVEN A No
Steven A Vokes
Associate Professor
Understanding how transcriptional repressors, especially underlying Hedgehog signaling, interface with chromatin to regulate development
512-232-8359
MBB 1.312
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WALLINGFORD, JOHN B Yes
John B Wallingford
Professor
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Doherty, Jr. Regents Chair in Molecular Biology

We combine in vivo imaging with systems biology to explore the cell biological basis of embryonic development
512-232-2784
PAT 222
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