Lecturer of Topics in Biology: Crossroads in Bioethics
Faculty - Department
Regulation of mRNA synthesis in animal cells.
Director of Undergraduate Program & Lab Operations
The function and organization of molecular networks.
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.
Population genetics, evolutionary genetics, meiotic recombination.
Imaging and Modeling Biology at Physical Extremes.
Evolutionary and population genetics of adaptation and disease
Cell motility, motor molecules, integrin-cytoskeleton interactions
Diagramming disease networks with chemical and biological tools.
We develop and apply molecular, optical and data analytic methods for multi-scale understanding of complex biological systems.
Structural biology of proteins involved in human diseases (obesity, diabetes, cancer); Structural biology of proteins involved in pre-mRNA 3'-end processing.
Energy coupling mechanisms.
Structure, function, regulation and cell biology of ion channels.
Department of Biological Sciences
500 Fairchild Center
Mail Code 2401
1212 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY 10027