Tom Blumenthal

Tom Blumenthal

Professor Emeritus
Molecular Cellular & Developmental Biology
My group does deep proteomic studies on blood from people with Down syndrome in order to discover what signaling protein alterations are responsible for the many phenotypes as well as their high level of variability.
Mark Dubin

Mark Dubin

Professor Emeritus
Molecular Cellular & Developmental Biology
The nerve cells in the brain are capable of changing their connections as a function of experience, a phenomenon called plasticity. Plasticity is especially strong in newborns and young animals. I studied this plasticity in adults.
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Mircea Fotino

Professor
Molecular Cellular & Developmental Biology
Cellular ultrastructure by cryoHVEM without chemicals. Curator of HVEM archives.
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Peter Kuempel

Professor Emeritus
Molecular Cellular & Developmental Biology
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Edwin McConkey

Professor Emeritus
Molecular Cellular & Developmental Biology
Richard McIntosh

Dick McIntosh

Distinguished Professor Emeritus
Molecular Cellular & Developmental Biology
We study the mechanisms of mitotic chromosome movement, using both structural and biophysical approaches.
Norm Pace

Norm Pace

Distinguished Professor Emeritus
Molecular Cellular & Developmental Biology
Winner of the 2017 Massry Prize, Distinguished Professor Emeritus Norman Pace studied the microbiome.
Bob Poyton

Bob Poyton

Professor Emeritus
Molecular Cellular & Developmental Biology
Oxygen sensing and control of gene expression; mitochondrial biogenesis in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae; oxidative stress and aging.
Andrew Staehelin

Andrew Staehelin

Professor Emeritus
Molecular Cellular & Developmental Biology
Cell biology of the Golgi apparatus; electron microscopy of high pressure frozen cells; electron tomographic analysis of cells; public education about GM crops.
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Noboru Sueoka

Professor Emeritus
Molecular Cellular & Developmental Biology
Bill Wood

Bill Wood

Distinguished Professor Emeritus
Molecular Cellular & Developmental Biology
Curriculum Vitae
Mike Yarus

Mike Yarus

Professor Emeritus
Molecular Cellular & Developmental Biology
RNA structure and function; RNA catalysis; mechanisms of translation; origins of translation.