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BARRICK, JEFFREY E
Jeffrey E Barrick
Associate Professor
Lorene Morrow Kelley Professorship in Microbiology

Microbial experimental evolution and synthetic biology
512-471-3247
MBB 1.436
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Cenik, Can
Can Cenik
Assistant Professor
512-232-2874
MBB 2.122
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CHEN, Z. JEFFREY
Z. Jeffrey Chen
Professor
D. J. Sibley Centennial Professorship in Plant Molecular Genetics

Genomic and Epigenetic Bases of Polyploidy and Hybrid Vigor
512-475-9327
NMS 3.122
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EBERHART, JOHANN K
Johann K Eberhart
Associate Professor
512-232-8340
PAT 522
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ELLINGTON, ANDREW Yes
Andrew Ellington
Professor
Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Regents Chair in Molecular Biology | Wilson M. and Kathryn Fraser Research Professorship in Biochemistry

512-232-3424
MBB 3.424
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Fischer, Janice No
Janice A Fischer
Professor, Director, Academic Program
Molecular genetics of the ubiquitin pathway in Drosophila
512-232-3690
NMS 2.312
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Gonzalez, Tony
Antonio Gonzalez III
Associate Professor of Practice
512-471-3553
PAI
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Ippolito, Gregory C.
Gregory C Ippolito
Research Assistant Professor, Assistant Professor of Oncology
Normal and malignant B-cell immunology. Antibody repertoires. Vaccines and infectious diseases.
512-471-8602
NHB 2.606
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IYER, VISHWANATH R
Vishy Iyer
Professor, Professor of Oncology
512-232-7833
MBB 3.212A
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JOHNSON, ARLEN W
512-475-6350
NMS 1.126
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KIM, JONGHWAN
Jonghwan Kim
Associate Professor
Transcriptional and epigenetic regulations in Pluripotent stem cells and trophoblast lineage development
512-232-8045
NMS 4.314
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LLOYD, ALAN M
Alan M Lloyd
Professor
512-471-3530
NMS 5.122
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MARCOTTE, EDWARD M
Edward M Marcotte
Professor
Mr. and Mrs. Corbin J. Robertson, Sr. Regents Chair in Molecular Biology #1

512-232-3919
MBB
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MAYFIELD, R. Dayne
Roy D Mayfield
Research Professor
MILLER, KYLE M
Kyle M Miller
Associate Professor
Lorene Morrow Kelley Professorship in Microbiology

Molecular mechanisms of DNA damage responses and chromatin involved in cancer and its treatments
MOLINEUX, IAN J
Ian J Molineux
Professor
Mechanisms of phage infection and genome ejection in vivo; phage evolutionary genetics and applications of phage
512-471-3143
NMS 1.116
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PAYNE, SHELLEY M
Shelley M Payne
Professor, Professor of Medical Education
Marie Betzner Morrow Centennial Chair | Distinguished Teaching Professor

Advisor to the Dean for Diversity & Inclusion
512-471-9258
NMS 2.124
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Qiao, Hong
Hong Qiao
Associate Professor
STEIN, DAVID S
David S Stein
Professor
Signal Transduction Pathways controlling Embryo Development
512-232-3378
PAT 532
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SUNG, SIBUM
Sibum Sung
Associate Professor
512-232-0867
NMS 5.110
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Swaim, Caleb
Caleb D Swaim
Graduate Research Assistant
I study the extracellular signaling activity of ISG15. We are interested in how ISG15 works with its receptor LFA-1 to stimulate cytokine re
Torii, Keiko No
Keiko Torii
Professor
Johnson & Johnson Centennial Chair in Plant Cell Biology

Shaping Patterns in Plant Development
TUCKER, Haley O No
Haley Tucker
Professor Emerita
Our group works on transcriptional regulation of stem cells develpment and hematopoiesis
VOKES, STEVEN A No
Steven A Vokes
Associate Professor
Understanding how transcriptional repressors, especially underlying Hedgehog signaling, interface with chromatin to regulate development
512-232-8359
MBB 1.312
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WALLINGFORD, JOHN B Yes
John B Wallingford
Professor
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Doherty, Jr. Regents Chair in Molecular Biology

We combine in vivo imaging with systems biology to explore the cell biological basis of embryonic development
512-232-2784
PAT 222
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Wentzell, Zachary
Zac Wentzell
Teaching Assistant MBS
PhD student researching metabolic engineering in plants. Currently my work focuses on natural rubber and omega-3 fatty acid biosynthesis.
347-827-1427
NMS
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Weyemi, Urbain Yes
Urbain Weyemi
Assistant Professor
Genomic instability and redox homeostasis in human diseases
Xhemalce, Blerta
Blerta Xhemalce
Associate Professor