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Michael Ailion
Neuromodulators, dense-core vesicle trafficking, hybrid incompatibility genetics in C. elegans
David Baker
Protein structure prediction and design
Susan Brockerhoff
Phototransduction and synaptic transmission in zebrafish; retinal disease
Trisha Davis
Chromosome dynamics, cytoskeleton, proteomics
Frank DiMaio
Using machine learning and probabilistic inference to determine a protein's three-dimensional structure
Stephen Hauschka
Muscle development, gene regulation, and gene therapy
Wim Hol
Protein crystallography; drug design; genomics; tropical parasites
Suzanne Hoppins
Molecular basis of mitochondrial diseases
James Hurley
Photoreceptor signal transduction
David Kimelman
Xenopus and zebrafish development
Rachel Klevit
NMR; protein structure, protein/protein, protein/DNA interactions
Justin Kollman
Structural biology of cellular organization
Lawrence A. Loeb (Joint with Pathology)
The major focus of our research is the relationship between mutations and human cancer.
Nancy Maizels (Joint with Immunology)
DNA repair and recombination in mammalian cells
Alexey Merz
Membrane traffic; organelle biogenesis; lysosomes
Dana Miller
Physiological response to hypoxia and to hydrogen sulfide (H2S)
David Morris
Transcriptional and translational control in mammalian cells
Richard Palmiter
Murine neuronal development; zinc metabolism
Hannele Ruohola-Baker
Drosophila as a model for human disease, stem cells, microRNA
Ronald Stenkamp
Protein crystallography; G-coupled protein receptors
David Veesler
Structure of macromolecular machines
Christophe Verlinde
Structure-based drug design
Alan Weiner
Chromosome fragility; small nuclear RNAs; CCA-adding enzyme

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