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|Sawyer, Sara||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology||Interest in natural strategies that have been successful at beating viruses in the past, and how these might be exploited in the fight against modern viral attacks, using a broad array of techniques …|
|Payne, Shelley||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology||Enteric pathogens and the expression of proteins associated with the acquisition of the essential element iron. Because there is little free iron in mammalian hosts, pathogenic bacteria must express …|
|Neikirk, Dean||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Fabrication and modeling of electromagnetic and micromachined devices, primarily for use as sensors and transducers Microfluidic systems for chemical sensing, micromachined infrared detectors, civil …|
|Meyers, Lauren||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Integrative Biology; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Mathematical and computational biology; Infectious disease ecology and epidemiology; RNA evolution.|
|Maxwell, Philip||School of Law||Risk analysis; law, ethics, human behavior|
|Kirisits, Mary||Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering||Biological water treatment processes; application of molecular biology to biological water treatment processes; biofilms; heterogeneity in Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms; rainwater harvesting; …|
|Iverson, Brent||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Bioorganic Chemistry DNA Binding Molecules Antibody Engineering and Antibody Engineering Technology Development Enzyme Engineering and Enzyme Engineering Technology Development|
|Fast, Walter||Chemistry and Biochemistry; Medicinal Chemistry; College of Pharmacy||Our current projects are in the areas of infectious disease, cancer, and cardiovascular / pulmonary health. We are guided by a broad curiosity about how enzymes work and how we can manipulate their …|
|Ellington, Andrew||Chemistry and Biochemistry||The Ellington lab is primarily interested in developing tools for the delivery of nucleic acids into and out of cells, and acellular systems for the evolution of synthetic genetic circuits. The …|
|Dudley, Jaquelin||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology||Gene regulation and tumor-inducing mechanisms of retroviruses. Transcriptional and post-transcriptional regulation in eukaryotes; carcinogenesis and pathogenesis by retroviruses.|