James A. Goodrich
Professor and Chair

Office: JSCBB B321
Lab: JSCBB B350
Lab Phone: 303-492-2508

Education

Ph.D.: Carnegie Mellon University, 1992
Postdoctoral Fellow: University of California at Berkeley, 1992-1996
Awards: Damon Runyon-Walter Winchell Cancer Fund, 1992-1994

      Leukemia Society Special Fellow, 1995-1998

      Pew Scholar in the Biomedical Sciences, 1999-2003

      University of Colorado Faculty Fellowship, 2010-2011

      University of Colorado College Scholar Award, 2018

Areas of Expertise

Cell Signaling, Molecular Biophysics, Nucleic Acids, Proteins & Enzymology

Mammalian mRNA Transcription and its Regulation

The underlying goal of our research is to uncover molecular mechanisms governing mammalian mRNA transcription which is carried out by the enzyme RNA polymerase II. To this end, we use a combination of biochemistry, molecular biology, cell-based techniques, molecular genetics, and single molecule studies to investigate mechanisms of transcription and its regulation in multiple biochemical and cellular systems.

Go to the lab's Research webpage to learn more.