Primary Faculty

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Martin Adamo, PhD
Professor
Insulin-like growth factor-I regulation of metabolism, musculoskeletal growth and response to stress/damage, and life span
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Reto Asmis, PhD
Professor,
Monocyte and Macrophage Dysfunction Associated with Metabolic Disoders, Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetic Complications
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Borries Demeler, PhD
Associate Professor
Analytical Ultracentrifugation; High-performance computing
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Paul F. Fitzpatrick, PhD
Professor
Enzymology
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P. John Hart, PhD
Ewing Halsell-Presidents Council Distinguished Chair in Biochem.
3-D Protein Structure/Action Structure-based Drug Design Biophysics
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Dmitri Ivanov, PhD
Assistant Professor- CPRIT Scholar in Cancer Research
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Jean Jiang, PhD
Ashbel Smith Professor
Intercellular communication and intracellular signaling by gap junctions and hemichannels, and connexins in cell growth control
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Eileen M. Lafer, PhD
Professor
Molecular Machines Involved in Vesicular Traffic
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John C. Lee, PhD
Distinguished Teaching Professor
Regulation of gene expression; mechanism of action of BMPs
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Philip LoVerde, PhD
Professor
Molecular, Genetic and Immunological Investigation of the human blood fluke, Schistosoma mansoni. The overall focus in the lab i
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Bruce Nicholson, PhD
Professor and Chair
Intercellular communication through gap junctions - targets and molecular tools in combating diseases from cancer to deafness.
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Philip Serwer, PhD
Professor
Bacteriophages; DNA Metabolism; Electron Microscopy; Evolution; Single Molecule Fluorescence Microscopy
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Yuzuru Shiio, MD/PhD
Associate Professor
Cellular senescence; cancer biology; proteomics
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Rui Sousa, PhD
Professor
Conformational Mechanisms in Macromolecular Function
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Susan Weintraub, PhD
Professor
Biomedical applications of mass spectrometry