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Assistant Professor
Biology
Nutritional control of C. elegans development
(919) 613-8179
Associate Professor of Biology
Biology
Drosophila as a model system to understand Wnt signal transduction and epidermal cell patterning.
(919) 613-8162
Professor
Biology
Molecular genetic and systems biology approaches to study plant development.
(919) 660-7338
Assistant Professor
Biology
Understanding how neural circuits drive behavior
(919)-684-1703
Assistant Professor
Biology
The evolution of gene networks using a systems biology approach.
(919) 699-8209
Assistant Professor
Biology
Light signaling and nuclear organization in plants
(919) 684-8442
Arts and Sciences Professor of Biology, HHMI-GBMF Investigator
Biology
Plant-Microbe interactions
(919) 613-8176
Associate Professor
Biology
Control of cell division in budding yeast.
(919) 613-8205
Professor
Biology
Molecular mechanisms for force production in morphogenesis using biophysical, genetic, and pharmacological approaches, coupled with 4D imaging.
(919)613-8157
Associate Professor
Biology
Understanding how genetic variation affects signal transduction and gene regulatory networks, and how in turn variation in such networks affects cellular phenotypes.
(919) 613-8159
Arthur S Pearse Professor of Biology
Biology
Systems level approaches to study control and execution of morphogenetic movements in sea urchin embryos.
(919) 613-8188
Assistant Professor
Biology
Systems biology of archaea: understanding regulatory network responses to environmental extremes
919-613-4464
Associate Professor
Biology
Cell invasion through extracellular matrix, stem cell-niche interactions, cellular pausing
919-684-8658
Assistant Research Professor
Biology
Functions of spastin and other microtubule severing proteins in the nervous system; Drosophila models of human disease
(919) 684-8658
Professor of Biology
Biology
Molecular genetics of growth hormone-mediated plant development.
(919) 613-8166
Assistant Professor
Biology
The developmental processes that establish the basic organizational and functional principles of the neuronal circuits in the brain.
(919)684-1150
Professor
Biology
Evolutionary genetics of gene expression
(919) 684-6696