Norma Allewell , Professor. Ph.D. Yale University, 1969. Biochemical mechanisms of multisubunit proteins, particularly those involved in nitrogen metabolism.
Andrews, Professor. Ph.D. University of Sao Paulo, Brazil 1983. Cell biology of
host infection by intracellular pathogens, and mechanisms of plasma membrane repair.
Briken, Associate Professor. Ph.D. University of Paris (France), 1998. Molecular
mechanisms of host-pathogen interactions and their importance for the virulence of Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
Cooke, Professor. Ph.D. Cornell University, 1979. Plant development and
evolution, generation of biological form, developmental mechanisms operating in the origin and diversification of land plants, nature of multicellularity.
F. Delwiche, Professor. Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1990. Molecular
systematic; phylogenetic origin of land plants, and the evolution of chloroplasts.
DeStefano, Professor. Ph.D. University of Connecticut, 1990. Mechanism of retroviral
reverse transcriptases as it relates to replication and recombination.
D. Dinman, Chair of the Department and Professor. Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University,
1988. Post-transcriptional control of gene expression.
El-Sayed, Associate Professor. Ph.D. Yale University School of Medicine, 1993.
Biology of parasitism and host-pathogen interactions using genomic approaches with the ultimate goal of better understanding infection and survival mechanisms.
Fuerst, Professor. Ph.D. Cornell University, 1984. Director of The Institute
for Bioscience and Biotechnology Research (IBBR).
Hannenhalli, Associate Professor. Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University, 1995. Gene
regulation, Molecular evolution.
Steven W. Hutcheson, Professor. Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley, 1982. Applied microbiology; molecular biology of carbohydrate utilization by marine bacteria; applications of integrating basic metabolism with synthetic biology.
Jose, Assistant Professor. Ph.D. Yale University, 2005. Movement of RNA
between animal cells and across generations.
Lee, Associate Professor. Ph.D. University of California - Los Angeles, 2000.
Host-pathogen interactions, molecular mechanisms of pathogenesis in Pseudomonas aeruginosa, allosteric regulation of molecular complexes.
Liu, Professor. Ph.D. Harvard University, 1990. Molecular genetics of
flower development in Arabidopsis.
Mariuzza, Professor. Ph.D. Biochemistry, University of Paris (1986). Structural and
molecular basis of ligand recognition by cell surface receptors of the immune system.
McIver, Professor. Ph.D. University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center.
Host-Bacterial pathogen interactions; Molecular mechanisms of virulence gene regulation in Streptococcus pyogenes; Protein secretion in Francisella tularensis
Mosser, Professor. Ph.D. North Carolina State University, 1983. The cell biology
and immunology of macrophages and dendritic cells.
Moult, Professor. D. Phil. Molecular Biophysics, University of Oxford 1970.
Computational modeling of biological systems, bioinformatics and structural genomics, relationship between human genetic variation and disease.
Nuss, Professor. Ph.D. U. New Hampshire, 1973. Engineering of viruses to
understand and control fungal pathogenesis
Roy, Assistant Professor. Ph.D. Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India
2006. Cellular and molecular basis of cell-cell communication in development of multicellular organism
Simon, Professor. Ph.D. Indiana University, 1983. Molecular biology of
Song, Associate Professor. Ph.D. Kansas State University, 1991. Regulation of B
lymphocyte activation and B cell-mediated antibody responses, and pathogenesis of and host responses to Neisseria gonorrhoeae.
Stein, Professor. Ph.D. University of Rochester, 1981. Molecular genetics;
virulence mechanisms of pathogenic bacteria; Characterization of DNA Restriction and Modification Systems.
Richard Stewart, Associate Professor. Ph.D. University of Michigan, 1984. Microbial physiology molecular biology of bacterial motility; sensory systems in microorganisms.
David Straney, Associate Professor and Associate Chair of Undergraduate Studies. Ph.D. Yale University, 1987. Fungal molecular biology: molecular biology fungal pathogenicity on
plants; mechanisms of gene regulation
Sze, Professor. Ph.D. Purdue University, 1975. Biochemistry and physiology:
membrane structure, function, and biogenesis; mechanism and regulation of solute transport; bioenergetics; proton-and calcium-pumping ATPases.
Wade C. Winkler, Associate Professor. Ph.D. The Ohio State University, 2002. RNA-based regulation of gene expression in bacteria.
Wolniak, Professor. Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley, 1979. Cell biology:
cell motility; mechanisms of chromosome movement during mitosis; signal transduction in the regulation of mitotic progression.