The faculty in cell division and gene expression study basic processes common to all cells. These processes include Chromatin structure and remodeling, DNA repair, Replication and segregation at mitosis, Regulation of gene transcription, RNA processing and transport, Membrane transport. The members of this group are an important part of the campus-wide Cell and Molecular Biology Program and are also key members of the Center for Cell Signaling.
Genetic approaches, cellular and molecular biology of intracellular pathogen infection
Regulation of gene expression during lymphocyte development
Cell signaling in Cancer and Ciliopathies.
Basement Membrane Structure and Metalloproteinases
Signal transduction in cancer cells
Post Transcriptional Gene Regulation and the Molecular Biology of Human Retroviruses
Nuclear Transport in Chromatin Assembly and Transcriptional Regulation
Human Immunodeficiency; Virus Gene Expression
Functional Genomics of Histones, Chromatin, and Protein Acetylation Signaling in Cancer and the Cell Cycle