Welcome to the Department of Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics. We are enthusiastically dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in research, teaching and service. We seek to answer “Big Simple Questions” with the goal of creating new knowledge pertaining to what I like to call “the biology of things that are too small to see with the naked eye”. We employ a wide variety of model systems to address fundamental and important questions in Molecular and Cellular Biology, Molecular Genetics, Microbial Pathogenesis and Computational Biology. Read More...
The Department of Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics (CBMG) offers the following areas of research:
CBMG remembers Emeritus Professor George Bean, He was an early researcher in the field of mycotoxins. Read more.
Congratulations to John Buchner and Anne Simon who have both been selected for the 2016 Undergraduate Studies Faculty Fellows. The Undergraduate Studies Faculty Fellows will participate in a faculty learning community that will investigate Academic Integrity and Student Learning
Congratulations to Antony Jose and CASL's Michael Bloodgood on their new paper, "Tissue homogeneity requires inhibition of unequal gene silencing during development," published this week in the Journal of Cell Biology.