Computational and preclinical analyses of mouse models of prostate and bladder cancer
Cell & Molecular Biology
Tumor suppression and genome instability in breast cancer
Dynamics and functions of microtubules during myogenic differentiation and cell cycle progression
Molecular mechanisms of cell division
Pre-mRNA splicing in cultured mammalian cells.
Development of in vivo selection strategies for evolving proteins with novel catalytic properties
Molecular genetics of cancer; molecular pathogenesis of lymphoma and leukemia
DNA replication, DNA repair and the DNA damage response in the maintenance of genomic integrity
Retroviral replication; tyrosine kinase oncogenes
Cell-cell interactions, signal transduction, and cell fate specification in C. elegans http://greenwaldlab.org/
Protein modifications in tumor suppression and aging
Epigenetic regulation of the genome.
Regulation of Protein Production Dynamics: RNA Binding Proteins and the Ribosome Code.
RNA-mediated epigenetics and genome reorganization during development
Regulation of mRNA synthesis in animal cells.
Bladder cancer, urothelial development, urothelial regeneration, embryonic development, retinoic acid signaling, genetics of congenital abnormalities of the urinary tract.
To study the difficulty of knowing what one sees, rather than seeing only what one knows, from scientific and subjective perspectives; to understand the induction and maintenance of phenotypic reversion as a strategy for treating malignancies.
Structure & function of the p53 tumor suppressor protein.
Growth factor regulation of gene expression.
JAK-STAT signaling and immune response
Cell motility, motor molecules, integrin-cytoskeleton interactions
Molecular mechanisms of pattern formation and cellular differentiation during mouse embryogenesis; Organogenesis and regeneration of the prostate gland; Mouse models of prostate cancer.
Our laboratory aims to understand how specific circadian-regulated physiological functions (such as innate immunity, metabolism, and sleep) contribute to health and disease using Drosophila melanogaster.
Department of Biological Sciences
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