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Faculty Directory - Nucleic acid metabolism

Assistant Professor
Biology
Nutritional control of C. elegans development
(919) 613-8179
James B. Duke Professor of Molecular Genetics & Microbiology
Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
MicroRNAs and how they influence virus replication.
919-684-3031
Professor
Biochemistry
Gene Function and Regulation, Nucleic Acids Biochemistry, RNA Biochemistry
(919) 684-4034
Associate Professor
Biology
Control of cell division in budding yeast.
(919) 613-8205
Professor
Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
Regulation of eukaryotic genome stability using budding yeast as a model genetic system.
(919) 681-7273
James B. Duke Professor
Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
Coordination of gene expression on the post-transcriptional level by RNA-binding proteins and small noncoding RNAs.
Professor and Chair
Immunology
Molecular mechanisms that regulate V(D)J recombination at T cell receptor loci during mouse T lymphocyte development.
919-684-4985
Assistant Professor
Pharmacology and Cancer Biology
Multidisciplinary approaches for studying metabolism and its contribution to disease, particularly cancer. A list of publications is found at: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=locasale+j
(919) 684-9309
Associate Professor
Pharmacology and Cancer Biology
Mechanisms by which the molecular architecture of the chromosome regulates fundamental biological processes such as replication and transcription.
919.681.6077
Professor
Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
The genetics of cardiovascular disease using both the human and the mouse as a model system.
919 684-1945
Assistant Professor
Biochemistry
We study mRNA modifications and their role in nervous system function.
(919) 684-9562
Associate Professor
Clinical Sciences
Gynecologic cancer etiology and biology, cancer stem cells, the establishment and maintenance of DNA methylation in humans and how epigenetic deregulation is associated with disease.
(919) 681-3423
Associate Dean for Research Training and Professor
Cell Biology
The spatiotemporal regulation of mRNA translation and how such regulation defines the subcellular architecture of protein synthesis.
(919) 684-8948
Professor
Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
The genetic regulation of genome stability and the mechanism of mitotic recombination.
919 684-4986
Assistant Professor
Immunology
Understanding how cells balance different DNA repair pathways
(919) 660-9003
Donald and Elizabeth Cooke Professor of Experimental Oncology
Pharmacology and Cancer Biology
Molecular nature and signaling mechanism of tumor microenvironment associated with tumor progression and metastasis.
919-681-4861
Professor
Biology
Evolutionary genetics of gene expression
(919) 684-6696