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William Bargmann
Lecturer, Ph.D.




Jeffrey Barrick
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry


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My laboratory uses experiments with populations of microorganisms, nucleic acids, and digital organisms to study evolution in action with the ultimate goal of harnessing evolution as a creative force ... Jeffrey Barrick

Suzanne Barth
Adjunct Associate Professor, Ph.D.
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Suzanne Barth

John Batterton
Lecturer, Ph.D.



John Batterton

Mark Bierner
Senior Lecturer, Ph.D.



Mark Bierner received his B.A. in Botany and Ph.D. in Systematic Botany from the University of Texas at Austin. Courses he has taught include Introductory Biology, Introductory Botany, Plants and Our ... Mark Bierner

George Bittner
Professor in Neuroscience


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We research cellular/molecular mechanisms of plasmalemmal repair and nerve regeneration. That is, we examine various biophysical, biochemical, or molecular mechanisms by which lesioned ... George Bittner

Daniel Bolnick
Associate Professor


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Work on my lab is focused on the following themes: 1. What is the genetic, immunological, and ecological basis of host adaptation to spatially heterogeneous parasite communities? This work ... Daniel Bolnick

Deborah Bolnick
Assistant Professor, PH.D.


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Deborah Bolnick

Erika Borden




Henry Bose, Jr.
Mary M. Betzner Morrow Centennial Chair In Microbiology
Director, School of Biological Sciences


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A long standing interest of this laboratory has been to define the mechanism of transformation by the v-rel oncogene. v-rel is the acutely transforming member of the Rel/NF-kB family ... Henry Bose, Jr.

Jerry J. Brand
Professor, Ph.D.


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A major research interest of Jerry Brand is the mechanism of freezing damage in algal cells and processes that protect them from chilling and freezing damage. Studies are directed toward the ... Jerry J. Brand

Jennifer Brodbelt



Jennifer Brodbelt

Franklin H. Bronson
Professor
Director, Institute for Reproductive Biology



Dr. Bronson's research focuses on the environmental regulation of mammalian reproduction. He is interested in the kinds of envionmental factors that can regulate reproduction and the neuroendocrine ... Franklin H. Bronson

Richard M. Brown
Johnson & Johnson Centennial Chair In Plant Cell Biology


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Cellulose is the most abundant macromolecule on earth, yet details about its biosynthesis and structure remain unclear. We are using broad, interdisciplinary advances and tools to study cellulose and ... Richard M. Brown

Stacie Brown




Karen S. Browning
Associate Professor in Chemistry & Biochemistry
Director Dual Degree MD/PhD Program


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My research focuses on the initiation of protein synthesis in higher plants. We are seeking a molecular description of the process in which initiation factors (eIF4A, eIF4B, eIF4F, eIF3, eIF2 and ... Karen S. Browning

James Bryant
Lecturer, Ph.D.


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James Bryant

James J. Bull
Johann Friedrich Miescher Regents Professor in Molecular Biology


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Evolutionary genetics from the molecular to the phenotypic levels comprises the bulk of my research. Specific topics include the evolution of engineered genomes, microbial drug resistance, and ... James J. Bull

Thomas Bushart
Lecturer




Ruth Buskirk
Distinguished Senior Lecturer, Ph.D.


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Ruth Buskirk
 

 

 

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