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American Museum of Natural History
Bernard M. Baruch College
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
City College of New York
College of Staten Island
Institute for Basic Research in Developmental Disabilities
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Medgar Evers College
New York Botanical Garden
Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Medicine
The Graduate Center
Study of neural mechanisms underlying monogamous mating systems
Bacterial molecular mechanism for sensing host and environmental stimuli
Phytochemistry: medicinal plants
Kincaid, Dwight T.
Nucleic Acid Aptamers, In vitro evolution of artificial nucleic acid ligands, Therapeutic drug delivery, Cancer, Biochemical investigations of ligand receptor interactions.
Fisheries science, resource partitioning, aquatic toxicology
Redenti, Stephen M.
Stem cell physiology, development and tissue engineering
Sankaran, Renuka P.
Whole plant mineral nutrition and homeostasis, interaction of metal contaminants such as CD with mineral nutrients in terms of ion transport, and transfer of these minerals through the food chain.
Study the molecular biology of anti-cancer genes that with the goal of improving outcomes of therapeutic strategies for cancer and discovering new therapeutic strategies that can complement with existing ones
Wurtzel, Eleanore T.
Molecular and structural biology studies on plant biochemical pathways to provide knowledge and tools for developing sustainable solutions to worldwide vitamin A deficiency and malnutrition and meeting the challenges of global food security in the face of climate change
Rop small GT-phase signaling mechanisms in environmental stress response in Arabidopsis