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Bioinformatics and Genomics

The following GGR laboratories are interested in bioinformatics and genomics.

(Edwin) Ted Abel

The molecular basis of synaptic plasticity, learning and memory; the molecular basis of sleep/wake regulation.

Roberto Bonasio Molecular mechanisms of epigenetic memory
Noncoding RNAs
Chromatin biochemistry
Christopher Brown We are currently focused on massively parallelizing assays that interrogate non-coding DNA function and applying these approaches to the fine-mapping of the causal variants underlying human disease.
Maja Bucan
Genetic dissection of complex behaviors in mice; Functional genomics
Russ Carstens
Study of the molecular mechanisms of alternative splicing.
Alice Chen-Plotkin I am interested in neurogenerative diseases; my research approach uses genomic-scale screens to identify leads for downstream mechanistic follow-up in cell culture systems.
Jennifer Cremins  
Struan Grant My current work continues to primarily investigate disease genomics, with a specific focus on pediatrics
Hakon Hakonarson Genetics of common and rare human diseases, using high-throughput sequencing and genotyping approaches.
Klaus Kaestner
Using modern genetic approaches (expression profiling, gene targeting, tissue-specific and inducible gene ablation) to understand the molecular mechanisms of organogenesis and physiology of the liver, pancreas and gastrointestinal tract.
John Murray Combinatorial control of transcription and cell fate specification, C. elegans development, cellular resolution live imaging
Doris Stoffers Transcription factors and signal transduction; Embryonic development and adult regeneration of the endocrine pancreas; Relationship of defects in these pathways to the pathophysiology of diabetes mellitus, a disease caused by a deficiency in the production or action of insulin.
Benjamin Voight Using statistical genetics, population genetics, and computational biology toward understanding the biological underpinnings and evolutionary history of human phenotypes
Doris Wagner
Molecular mechanisms controling developmental transitions in response to environmental and endogenous cues.
Mitchell Weiss
Developmental Hematopoiesis concentrating on red blood cell and megakaryocyte lineages.
Jeremy Wilusz Regulation of noncoding RNA biogenesis and function
Kenneth Zaret Mammalian gene regulation, cell differentiation, chromatin structure.
Zhaolan (Joe) Zhou Epigenetic Control of Experience-dependent Gene Expression in Brain Development and Disease

Other CAMB laboratories (with research related to GGR) interested in bioinformatics and genomics.

Frederic Bushman Virology, HIV, Poxviruses, DNA modifying enzymes, Lateral DNA transfer.
Sara Cherry Genetic and mechanistic studies of viral-host interactions.
David Roos Molecular parasitology, host-pathogen interactions, drug targets & resistance mechanisms, evolution of eukaryotic cells & organellar function, genome databases & database mining, comparative genomics, computational biology, Toxoplasma gondii, Plasmodium falciparum.
Jun Zhu Quorum Sensing, Bacterial pathogenesis, Biofilms, Vibrio cholerae.

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