Bio 200/500 Independent Research Mentor List

Paul J. Shaw, Ph.D. neurobiology, genetics, sleep, gene expression, memory, plasticity, Alzheimer`s disease,
Alan Shiels, Ph.D. cataract, genetics, mouse models, pathogenesis, vision
Joshua S. Shimony, M.D., Ph.D. brain, imaging, magnetic resonance imaging, fMRI, DTI, perfusion, mathematical modeling
Kooresh Isaac Shoghi, Ph.D. biology of disease mechanisms, computational biology, engineering, imaging sciences
Monica Shokeen, Ph.D. antigen-4 (VLA-4) targeted PET radiopharmaceuticals, multiple myeloma, hematopoietic progenitor cells (HPCs), PET, MRI and Optical imaging techniques
David Sibley, Ph.D. cell-signaling, kinases, transcription, chromatin, pathogenesis, genetics, genomics, chemical biology, innate immunity
Matthew J. Silva, Ph.D. bone mechanics, bone biology, injury, mechanotransduction, mouse models, osteoporosis
James B. Skeath, Ph.D. development, neurobiology, cell signaling
Christopher D. Smyser, M.D. clinical research, neonatology, pediatrics, neuroimaging, psychopathology, preterm birth
Lawrence Hugh Snyder, M.D., Ph.D. behavior, cognition, computational biology, eye-hand coordination, neurophysiology, systems neuroscience
Lilianna Solnica-Krezel, Ph.D. Gastrulation, Vertebrate embryogenesis, Patterning, Cell movement, Cell signaling, Morphogenesis, Stem Cells
S.-K. "Victor" Song, Ph.D. diffusion, imaging, multiple sclerosis, retinal degeneration, spinal cord, White matter injury
Philip D. Stahl, Ph.D. human-specific genes, signal transduction, endocytosis
Christina L. Stallings, Ph.D. bacteria, gene regulation, molecular genetics, microbiology, pathogenesis, transcription, infectious disease
Thaddeus S. Stappenbeck, Ph.D., M.D. epithelial-mesenchymal interaction, inflammation, injury, microbial pathogenesis, mouse models, mucosal immunology, stem cells
Claudia Stein My main research interests are directed towards understanding the influence of species interactions, especially plant-herbivore and plant-soil feedbacks, as well as biological invasions on the relationship between biodiversity and ecosystem functioning.
Phyllis K. Stein, PhD heart rate variability, cardiovascular risk, sleep apnea, ambulatory ECG analysis Lab website
William Stenson, M.D. apoptosis, epithelial cells, immunology, inflammation, innate immunity, prostaglandin, radiation
Sheila A. Stewart, Ph.D. aging, cancer, microenvironment, RNAi, senescence, telomere
Lucia Strader, Ph.D. plant development; hormones; signal transduction

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