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DCB Faculty Participating in BioSci 199
- Bryant, P
Genetics, epigenetics, cancer, pediatric cancer, retinoblastoma, osteosarcoma, Rb.
Systems biology of stem cells; genetic and genomic approaches to human developmental disease.
Molecular neurobiology, G protein-coupled receptors, Neuropeptides, Orphan receptors, Novel neurotransmitters, Dopamine receptors, Orphanin FQ/nociceptin, MCH, traditional Chinese medicines.
Single molecule and single cell, Systems biology, Synthetic Biology.
Michelle A. Digman
Cell migration is vital for embryonic development, wound healing, and cancer metastasis.
Systems biology at the interface between the mathematical and the biological sciences.
Fast relaxation in enzymes, fluorescence properties, hydration of proteins, IR spectroscopy of biological substances, nucleic acids–fluorescent probe interactions.
Reproductive toxicology, developmental toxicology.
Edwin S. Monuki
Cerebral cortex, stem cells, development, neurobiology, neuropathology, mouse transgenics, BMP, patterning, brain malformations.
AI/Machine Learning, Neural Networks, Deep Learning, Geonomics.
Developmental physiology of orchids, orchid biology, taro.
Hans R. Bode
Developmental biology (pattern formation, stem cell proliferation and differentiation); evolution of developmental processes; novel peptides affecting developmental processes; alternative animal model for toxicity testing; hydra.
Susan V. Bryant
Regeneration, stem cells, wound healing, growth, pattern formation, limb development, limb regeneration.
Local Biodiversity and Conservation.
Morphogenesis; biology of hydra; fractal geometry of biological forms.
Regeneration, development, limbs, stem cells, amphibian, deformed frogs
Stuart M. Krassner
Morphological, metabolic, and biochemical analysis of developmental transitions (transformation) of hemoflagellates.
Complementary and alternative medicine, mind/body signaling, qigong, tai chi, acupuncture, exercise physiology.
J Lawrence Marsh
Mechanisms of late onset Neurodegeneration – Oncogene signaling pathways in normal and abnormal growth.
Regulation of axonal growth, development of nerve connections, nerve injury and regeneration.