Faculty Directory

Our Faculty has grown to over 100 exceptional researchers focused in a variety of research specialties
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Research interests include genetic network mapping in yeast and human cells, using systems biology approaches that include single cell image analysis.
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We develop computational methods and an ecosystem theory of tissue function to help understand development, cancer and regenerative wound healing.
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We study the regulation, function and evolution of RNA networks with critical roles in development and disease.
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Developing and applying functional genomics approaches for mapping genetic, chemical-genetic, and protein-protein interactions using a yeast model system
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We study how small RNA pathways related to microRNAs and RNA interference regulate gene expression during animal development.
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We are interested in RNA and mitochondria, especially a naturally-occurring Neurospora mitochondrial plasmid that encodes a catalytic RNA called the VS ribozyme.
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Research in the Cowen lab focuses on the biology and evolution of fungal pathogens
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We investigate the epigenetic mechanisms controlling development of the cardiovascular system, and how they are disrupted to cause disease.
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Mechanisms of cell fate specification, epigenetic inheritance, paediatric diseases models such as cerebral cavernous malformation and neuroblastoma.
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We study how cells maintain the integrity genome and how this process is dysregulated in cancer, aging and genetic disorders.
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I am interested in studying the human proteins that have the fewest publications, because that is where I believe the most new biology can be found.
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My lab identifies and studies novel functions of Epstein-Barr virus proteins in manipulating cellular processes to promote cell survival and infection.
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The Fraser Lab uses systematic approaches in C. elegans to probe basic problems in genetics
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Our group studies cell identity by integrating diverse functional genomics data, particularly focusing on gene co-expression.
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We are a signal transduction, systems biology and proteomics lab focusing on signalling pathways and cellular organization
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RNA interactions and regulatory roles of human C2H2 zinc finger proteins; human proteins that become essential after viral infection as drug targets
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We employ technologies to identify, study and map properties and relationships among individual functional units in the genome.
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How stem cells build and maintain the brain and discovering drugs and growth factors that mobilize these cells to repair the injured brain and skin.
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We use modern computational and experimental approaches to solve important problems in biomedical science such as designing protein and peptide-based therapeutics
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Our lab is using live animal (Drosophila and zebrafish) and genome-scale approaches to understand biological processes.
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Role of RNA-binding proteins in post-transcriptional regulation of gene expression in development and disease.
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We study regulatory functions of the non-coding genome by focusing on lncRNAs, inter-chromosomal contacts, and genome organization.
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We develop and apply genome-scale perturbation technologies to explore genotype-phenotype relationships in human and mouse cells for target discovery.
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Our research focuses on global metabolic changes and mapping new metabolites in different phenotypes using mass spectrometry and bioinformatic methods
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We focus on using proteomics technologies including mass spectrometry and bioinformatics to identify and characterize proteins activated in cancers
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The gut microbiota, bacterial pathogens and microbial evolution.
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Epigenetic regulation of stem cells during mammalian development, and its modulation by environmental factors.
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Novel mass spectrometric algorithms and methods for high throughput proteomics and metabolomics applied to precision medicine.
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The Schramek lab leverages functional genomics to study cancer development and to develop novel precision cancer therapies.
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We use zebrafish and single cell genomics to define and examine conserved genes and enhancers that regulate heart development and disease.
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My group uses protein engineering to design synthetic antibodies and other proteins to target and modulate the natural protein-protein interactions.
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We study how RNA-binding proteins and non-coding RNAs regulate gene expression in Drosophila embryos and human neurons.
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The main goal of our lab is to understand how interactions among membrane proteins produce either healthy or diseased cells
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The Stein lab focuses on using network and pathway-based analysis to identify common mechanisms in multiple cancer types
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The Taipale lab works on diverse aspects of functional proteomics, host-pathogen interactions, induced proximity, rare diseases, and tech development.