Mechanistic studies of protein synthesis by the ribosome using single-molecule fluorescence microscopy and other biophysical and biochemical approaches
Faculty - PhD Program
Mechanisms of neuronal differentiation and degeneration and their regulation by external growth factors
Molecular mechanisms of DNA recombination and repair; single molecule fluorescence microscopy and other biochemical approaches.
Cell-cell interactions, signal transduction, and cell fate specification in C. elegans http://greenwaldlab.org/
Molecular basis of nervous system development and function in Drosophila
Protein modifications in tumor suppression and aging
Germ Cell Development in Drosophila.
Contribution of specific serotonin receptors as well as hippocampal neurogenesis to pathological states such as depression and anxiety
Macromolecular structure; X-ray crystallography
Structural biology of transmembrane transport.
Epigenetic regulation of the genome.
Control of growth and cell division during development
Regulation of Protein Production Dynamics: RNA Binding Proteins and the Ribosome Code.
Signal Transduction in Drosophila development.
Cell and molecular mechanisms of associative and nonassociative learning
Social communication in Xenopus: development, function and evolution of neural circuits for producing and responding to vocal signals
The purpose of the research in my laboratory is to understand the influence of the skeleton on various physiological processes and in disease.
RNA-mediated epigenetics and genome reorganization during development
Regulation of mRNA synthesis in animal cells.
Solid-state NMR studies of enzyme mechanism and membrane protein structure
Bladder cancer, urothelial development, urothelial regeneration, embryonic development, retinoic acid signaling, genetics of congenital abnormalities of the urinary tract.
Department of Biological Sciences
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