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|Xhemalce, Blerta||College of Natural Sciences||Identify enzymes "writers" or "erasers" of epigenetic modifications that are potential targets for therapeutic drugs for the treatment of human diseases such as cancer|
|Walker, Mary||College of Natural Sciences||Teacher Preservice and Inservice Preparation and Professional Development|
|Waitt, Damon||College of Natural Sciences||As Senior Director, Waitt has broad responsibility for developing the Wildflower Center’s 279 acres of gardens and natural areas. In addition, the Senior Director supervises program activities …|
|Unite, Richard||College of Natural Sciences|
|Theriot, Edward||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Integrative Biology; College of Natural Sciences||Aquatic biology with an emphasis on systematics and ecology of diatoms, especially diatom evolution in the context of environmental change. Research goals are to improve understanding of the utility …|
|Stovall, Gwendolyn||Chemistry and Biochemistry; College of Natural Sciences||A part of the University of Texas Freshman Research Initiative, the Aptamer Stream uses oligonucleotide chemistry, in vitro selection methodology, and biochemistry to develop novel therapeutics, …|
|Snodderly, D||School of Human Ecology; College of Natural Sciences; Neuroscience; Nutritional Sciences||We study the early stages of the primate visual pathway from the retina to the cortex. In human subjects, we are measuring the retinal macular pigment that filters out blue light and protects the …|
|Smith, Genevieve||School of Biological Sciences; College of Natural Sciences||Community ecology, competition, dispersal in metacommunities.|
|Seif, Roustam||College of Natural Sciences||Development of new algorithms for advanced geophysical and electromagnetic inversion and imaging technique; interactive computer simulations; parallel computations|
|Scott, Robert||College of Natural Sciences||Dr. Scott uses theory, observations, and analytical and numerical models to pursue research in large scale ocean dynamics and climate dynamics. He is interested in theory insofar as it makes …|