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Stefan Pukatzki
Microbiology & Cell Biology
Carolyn Pytte
Function and regulation of new neurons born in the post-embryonic brain, particularly in adulthood
Weigang Qiu
Microbes, genomics, population genetics, evolution, and bioinformatics
Luis E. N. Quadri
Genetics and biochemistry of cell-wall component and secondary metabolite biosynthesis in clinically-relevant mycobacteria
Jayne Raper
Host pathogen interactions: parasites and bacteria
Stephen M. Redenti
Stem cell physiology, development and tissue engineering
Andrew Reinmann
Urban Ecology, Forest Ecology, Ecosystem Ecology, Plant Ecophysiology, Terrestrial Biogeochemistry, Global Change Biology, Dendrochronology, Land Use
Tony Ro
Perception, attention, consciousness, multisensory integration, synesthesia
Patricia Boyle Rockwell
Signal transduction pathways
Robert F. Rockwell
Population ecology, population genetics, conservation biology
Estefanía Rodríguez
Evolutionary biologist interested in marine invertebrates biologist with a fundamental interest in understanding morphological diversity, systematics, evolutionary history, and ecology of marine invertebrates, with a particular focus on sea anemones (Cnidaria: Anthozoa: Actiniaria).
Susan A. Rotenberg
Biochemistry and cell biology of the motility signaling pathway in human cancer cells
Jessica M. Rothman
Nutritional Ecology; Primate Ecology and Behavior
Andrey Rudenko
Genetic/Epigenetic, Molecular, and Cellular Mechanisms of normal memory function, dysfunction in neurocognitive and neuropsychiatric disorders in Alzheimer’s disease and PTSD
David S. Rumschitzki
Early events in atherogenesis: the transport of water and macromolecules into and macromolecular accumulation in the walls of large vessels, including the role played by membrane proteins.
Shireen Saleque
Genetic and epigenetic processes regulating hematopoietic stem and progenitor programs and function
Renuka P. Sankaran
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.
Moira Sauane
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
Cathy Savage-Dunn
BMP Signaling, Genetics, Development, Body Size, Lipids, Innate Immunity
Anjana D. Saxena
Nucleolar stress factors, cell cycle regulators, tumor suppressor pathways, ribosome biogenesis, RNA metabolism
Mara Schvarzstein
Molecular, Cellular and genetics study of chromosome and centrosome inheritance during meiosis and the early embryonic divisions in C. elegans.
David Schwab
Peter Serrano
Animal behavior, Comparative Psychology, Pharmacology
Orie Shafer
the neurobiological basis of circadian timekeeping, the mechanism that times sleep and activity; and entrainment, the process by which circadian clocks are set to local time. His research employs genetic, physiological, imaging, and behavioral methods to understand how neural networks create a robust yet entrainable circadian rhythm, and he is particularly interested in how such networks operate when challenged by the unreliability of the modern light environment.
Chang-Hui Shen
Mechanism of transcriptional activation Regulation of pH and copper homeostasis Control of phospholipid biosynthesis
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