Cell & Developmental Biology Faculty

Name / MSTP / Rank Department/Program Research Description
Banfi, Botond, MD, PhD
New Mentor
Associate Professor
Internal Medicine
Otolaryngology
Cell & Developmental Biology
Cystic fibrosis lung disease, genetic research in the field of hearing and balancing
Colgan, John, PhD
Mentor
Associate Professor
Internal Medicine
Cell & Developmental Biology
Immunology
Molecular & Cellular Biology
Signal transduction pathways that control of the development and function of lymphocytes
Cornell, Robert, PhD
Mentor
Professor
Cell & Developmental Biology
Neuroscience
Genetics
Molecular & Cellular Biology
Understanding gene regulatory networks that operated during embryonic development
Dupuy, Adam, PhD
Mentor
Associate Professor
Cell & Developmental Biology
Genetics
Molecular & Cellular Biology
Developing new mouse models of human cancer using the Sleeping Beauty transposon system
Engelhardt, John, PhD
Mentor
Professor and Head
Cell & Developmental Biology
Internal Medicine
Informatics
Molecular & Cellular Biology
Free Radical & Radiation Biology
Molecular/cellular biology and gene therapy of inherited and environmental diseases
Frank, C. Andrew, PhD
Mentor
Assistant Professor
Cell & Developmental Biology
Molecular & Cellular Biology
Genetics
Neuroscience
Synaptic Homeostasis at the Drosophila Neuromuscular Junction
Lin, Fang, MD, PhD
New Mentor
Associate Professor
Cell & Developmental Biology
Molecular & Cellular Biology
Genetics
G protein signaling in zebrafish embryogenesis
Rutkowski, D. Thomas, PhD
Mentor
Associate Professor
Cell & Developmental Biology
Molecular & Cellular Biology
Mechanisms of adaptation to chronic cellular stresses in physiology and disease
Tootle, Tina, PhD
Mentor
Associate Professor
Cell & Developmental Biology
Genetics
Molecular & Cellular Biology
Molecular mechanisms of prostaglandin signaling
Yang, Ling, PhD
New Mentor
Assistant Professor
Cell & Developmental Biology Molecular components of integration between organelle stress responses that are in play in obesity and diabetes at the cellular and organismic levels