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Cell, Molecular & Physiological (CMP) Biology Faculty

Mustafa al'Absi – psychobiology of stress, pain, nicotine addiction and risk for heart disease

Grant Anderson – brain development, lipid metabolism

Matthew T. Andrews – genetic factors controlling mammalian hibernation

Gerald Ankley – fate and biological effects of chemical contaminants in the environment

Greg Beilman – cell biology of lung injury, sepsis, and shock

Lynne Bemis –role of circulating microRNAs in health and disease

Steve Berry – metalloprotein engineering, metal binding site design

Ruifeng (Ray) Cao - neurodevelopmental disorders, circadian rhythms and sleep, traumatic brain injury

Clay Carter – plant cell & molecular biology

Benjamin Clarke – neuroendocrine peptide hormones as regulators of immune function

Robert Cormier – identification and functional characterization of susceptibility genes for colorectal cancer

John Dahl – examining the ability of bacteria to survive stressful conditions

Huai (Howard) Deng - developmental roles of xenobiotic response signaling, imaging protein complexes on chromatin

Lester Drewes – cerebral vascular biology

Pedro Fernandez-Funez - unraveling the molecular mechanisms underlying neurodegeneration using Drosophila models of several proteinopathies

Janet Fitzakerley – auditory system function

Briana Gross – origin and evolution of wild, weedy, and domesticated plants

Marshall Hampton – bioinformatics, dynamics of gene regulation, mammalian hibernation

Randall Hicks – ecology and molecular biology of aquatic microorganisms

Anne Hinderliter – membrane –localized phenomena

Jon Holy – anticancer activity of natural products

Joseph Johnson – characterization of protein –protein interactions

Amanda Klein - opiate receptors and their downstream targets to alleviate chronic pain

Carlie LaLone - chemical effects across species

Jennifer Liang – using zebrafish to uncover mechanisms that control development of the vertebrate nervous system

Elizabeth Lusczek - metabolomics in critical illness and disease, circadian rhythms

Allen Mensinger – neural mechanism of behavior

Venkatram Mereddy – discovery of new synthetic methods and reagents

John Nichols

Jean Regal – high blood pressure in pregnancy: role of innate immune system

Teresa Rose–Hellekant – breast cancer: hormonal and growth factor interactions

Jon Rumbley – protein folding, protein thermodynamics

Jessica Savage - plant physiology, physiological ecology and plant-environment interactions

Patricia Scott – role of GGAs in membrane trafficking of receptors implicated in pathogenesis of human diseases

Erin Sheets – immunoglobulin E (IgE) receptor signaling

Glenn Simmons, Jr. - studying the role of altered lipid metabolism and inflammation in cancer

Andrew Skildum - fuel metabolism in cancer cells, with particular interest in drug resistance in breast cancer cells

Kristine Snyder - computational neuromechanics

Jared Strasburg – speciation and adaptation, genetic and genomic bases of species differences and species boundaries

George Trachte – natriuretic peptide receptors

Yi-Mei (Amy) Yang - neurophysiology, synaptic transmission, developmental plasticity

Sara Zimmer - molecular parasitology and RNA biology

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