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Bioinformatics and Genomics

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Hubert Amrein

Taste Perception, Chemosensory Neural Networks and Internal Nutrient Sensing

James Cai

Genetics, Computational Statistics, and Data Science

 

Robert S. Chapkin

Role of Dietary and Microbial Ligands as Modifiers of Inflammation and Cancer Development

Mike Criscitiello

Comparative Immunogenetics

James N. Derr

Conservation and Population Genetics of Mammals Focusing on North American and African Wildlife

Clare A. Gill

Bovine Genomics

 

Nancy H. Ing

Steroid hormone action on reproductive tissues in mammals

J. Spencer Johnston

genome size evolution, provide genome size estimates for complete genome sequencing projects, & utilize  population genomics to improve honey bee health

Geoffrey M. Kapler

Eukaryotic DNA replication, DNA damage checkpoints, genome instability, gene amplification

Jerome Menet

Regulation of rhythmic gene expression by the circadian clock in the mouse

John Mullet

Genomics/genetics of energy sorghum design

William Murphy

Mammalian evolutionary genetics

 

 

Seth C. Murray

Maize (corn) genetic improvement and discovery using plant breeding, molecular quantitative genetics, high throughput field phenotyping and statistical analysis methods

Gil Rosenthal

Evolutionary genomics of speciation and hybridization

Raquel Sitcheran

NF-kappaB regulation of mitochondrial function in cancer cell invasion and metabolism

Loren C. Skow

Host Determinants of Immune response

 

David Stelly

Plant Genetics, Cytogenetics, Biotechnology, Breeding and Genomics

Paul Straight

Microbial Interactions and Secondary Metabolism

David W. Threadgill

Mouse modeling of gene-environment interactions underlying human health and diseases

Nancy D. Turner

Dietary impacts on colon carcinogenesis and the role of the microbiome and metabolome