Bio 200/500 Independent Research Mentor List

Welcome to the Bio 200/500 Mentor list.  Please click on a mentor to expand the field. 

Paul T. Kotzbauer, M.D., Ph.D. lipid metabolism, mouse models, neurodegeneration, pathogenesis, phospholipase A2, Parkinson disease
Sándor J. Kovács, Ph.D., M.D. biophysics, cardiology, cardiovascular physiology, echocardiography, imaging, mathematical modeling
Corinne Kozlowski, Ph.D. Reproductive and stress physiology Behavioral endocrinology Animal communication Avian biology Radioimmunoassay and Enzymeimmunassay methods
Robert G. Kranz, Ph.D bacteria, gene expression, protein structure, plant biosensors, cytochromes
Kristen L. Kroll, Ph.D. epigenetic, neurobiology, embryonic stem cell, neural stem cell, transcription, gene regulatory network, cancer, cell cycle, chromatin, embryo
Terrance T. Kummer, M.D., Ph.D. Traumatic Brain Injury MRI Synapse Mouse Behavior
Barbara N. Kunkel, Ph.D. auxin, bacterial pathogenesis, Type III effector protein, coronatine, genetics, jasmonic acid, plant biology
Gregory M. Lanza, M.D., Ph.D. imaging, molecular imaging, ultrasound, magnetic resonance spectroscopy, drug delivery
Jin-Moo Lee, M.D., Ph.D. Stroke, stroke recovery, remapping after brain injury, Alzheimer’s disease, mouse functional connectivity
Petra Anne Levin, Ph.D. cell cycle, cytoskeleton, cell size, bacteriology
Amanda L. Lewis, Ph.D. bacterial pathogenesis, reproductive and perinatal infection
Daniel C. Link, M.D. genomics, hematopoiesis, microenvironment, MicroRNA, neutrophil, stem cells
Irfan J. Lodhi, Ph.D. Adipose tissue, brown fat, diabetes, obesity, cancer, lipogenesis, lipid metabolism, peroxisomes
Timothy M. Lohman, Ph.D. DNA recombination, DNA replication, fluorescence, molecular motors, single molecules, thermodynamics
Gregory D. Longmore, M.D. cell motility, cancer metastasis, cell adhesion, signal transduction
Matthew R. MacEwan Ph.D. Neuroprosthetics, implantable electronics, neuroregeneration, tissue repair, neural interfacing, resorbable electronics
Jeffrey Magee, M.D., Ph.D. Cancer biology, stem cell, hematopoiesis, leukemia, developmental biology **Trainees in the Magee lab will gain experience in mouse models of human blood cancers, hematopoietic stem cell biology, genomics and translational research.
Christopher Maher, Ph.D. non-coding RNAs, lncRNAs, cancer genomics, transcriptome, bioinformatics, computational biology, solid tumor malignancies
Scott A. Mangan, Ph.D. Plant-soil interactions, ecology of mycorrhizal fungi, tropical ecology, plant-animal interactions, species coexistence, ecosystem functioning
Garland R. Marshall, Ph.D. computational biology, molecular modeling, protein structure, ErbB receptors in oncology, GPCR/G-protein, signal transduction

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