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|Barrick, Jeffrey||Chemistry and Biochemistry||The Barrick lab studies evolution in action using experiments with bacteria, molecules, and digital organisms. We are interested in understanding how mutations that affect different cellular processes …|
|Bell, Christopher||Department of Geological Sciences of the Jackson School of Geosciences||Vertebrate paleontology, North American Pliocene and Pleistocene small mammal biostratigraphy and biochronology, osteology, anatomy, and systematics of squamate reptiles and turtles, impacts of …|
|Berrio, Alejandro||Section of Integrative Biology||I am interested in the evolution and cognitive ecology of mating systems. More specifically, I would like to understand the role of gene regulation in the evolution and development of attachment in …|
|Bolnick, Daniel||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Integrative Biology; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Measuring natural selection in natural populations of sticklebacks to identify ecological interactions that drive diversifying selection. Experimental tests of the theory that intraspecific …|
|Bolnick, Deborah||Anthropology; School of Biological Sciences||As a molecular anthropologist, Professor Bolnick is interested in the ways that genetics, culture, and history intersect. She studies the patterns of human genetic variation and how they are shaped by …|
|Cannatella, David||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Integrative Biology; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||Reptile and amphibian biodiversity and evolution. Molecular systematics and phylogeny of amphibians; biogeography and biodiversity of Latin America. Evolutionary morphology of amphibians.|
|Chen, Zengjian||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Molecular Cell and Developmental Biology||Dr. Chen studies genetic and epigenetic mechanisms for gene expression changes in polyploids|
|Chinnery-Allgeier, Brenda||School of Biological Sciences||Paleontology, biology based - ceratopsian dinosaurs ("horned" dinosaurs), and lower vertebrates from the Eocene epoch. Faunal analysis, description of new taxa, postcranial anatomy, …|
|Cormack, Lawrence||Neuroscience; Psychology; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Sensory, perceptual, and computational aspects of human vision; binocular vision and stereopsis; the comparative physiology and evolution of vision; computational modeling of early visual processes; …|
|Crews, David||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Integrative Biology; Psychology||Neuroendocrinology and behavior; sex determination and differentiation. Research has focuses on problems in reproductive biology, principally on the development and function of sex and individual …|