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|Wlodarczyk, Bogdan||Nutritional Sciences||Gene-environment interaction in reproductive toxicology. Teratology with emphasize on mechanisms of birth defects. Use of transgenic mouse models to study the effect of genetic mutations on induction …|
|Tiziani, Stefano||Nutritional Sciences||Altered cellular metabolism is a hallmark of cancer and can promote tumorigenesis, sustain tumor growth and favor cancer drug resistance. The Tiziani Lab is interested in understanding how …|
|Snodderly, D||College of Natural Sciences; Neuroscience; Nutritional Sciences||We are interested in how primate visual systems evolved in response to selection pressures related to foraging for food, and other survival activities. To consider these issues, we observe primates …|
|Milonovich, Monica||Nutritional Sciences|
|Marquette, Christine||Nutritional Sciences|
|Jolly, Christopher||School of Human Ecology; Nutritional Sciences||Professor Jolly's research area is in examining the influence of aging and diet on immune function with special emphasis on lipid metabolism and signal transduction.|
|Forman, Michele||School of Human Ecology; Dell Medical School; Nutritional Sciences; Population Research Center; Textiles and Apparel||Research across the globe with an emphasis on early life exposures and risk for cancer as well as the role of nutrition in growth and health across the life course with an emphasis on the effect of …|
|Fleenor, Scott||Nutritional Sciences||Scott is instrumental to the efficient operation of the basic science labs in the Department of Nutrition. He is responsible for inventory, maintenance, and calibration of lab equipment. Scott …|
|Finnell, Richard||Chemistry and Biochemistry; School of Human Ecology; Nutritional Sciences||Dr. Finnell’s research examines the interaction between specific genes and environmental toxins as they influence normal embryonic development. While his primary research focuses on discovering …|
|Degraffenried, Linda||School of Human Ecology; Nutritional Sciences||Cancer biology Signal transduction Translational/clinical research Dietary modulation of tumorigenesis|