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Jon Audhya

Associate Professor

(608) 262-3761


Understanding the fundamental mechanisms by which membrane proteins, lipids, and other macro molecules are transported throughout eukaryotic cells.

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David A. Brow

Professor

(608)262-1475


Molecular machines of gene expression; RNA-based gene regulation.

Baron Chanda

Baron Chanda

Associate Professor

(608) 265-3936


Understanding the fundamental mechanisms that underlie gating and modulation of voltage-activated ion channels.

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Joshua J. Coon

Professor

(608) 263-1718


Bioanalytical Chemistry, Mass Spectrometry & Proteomics.

Gheorghe Craciun

Gheorghe Craciun

Associate Professor

(608) 265-3391


Mathematical and Computational Methods in Biology and Medicine.

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John M. Denu

Professor

(608) 265-1859


Mechanism and biological function of reversible protein modifications involved in modulating signal transduction, metabolic regulation and chromatin dynamics.

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Feyza Engin

Assistant Professor

(608) 262-8667


The role of organelle stress and adaptive responses in pathogenesis of metabolic and autoimmune disorders.

Catherine A. Fox

Catherine A. Fox

Professor

(608) 262-9370


Mechanisms that regulate chromosome replication and genome stability.

Melissa M. Harrison

Melissa M. Harrison

Assistant Professor

(608) 262-2382


Transcriptional mechanisms driving early embryonic development and the establishment of totipotency.

Christina M. Hull

Christina M. Hull

Associate Professor

(608) 265-5441


Transcriptional networks in fungal development; pathogenic spore biology and host-pathogen interactions.

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James L. Keck

Professor

(608) 263-1815


Structural mechanisms that drive DNA replication, replication restart, recombination, and repair reactions.

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Tricia Kiley

Professor and Chair

(608) 262-6632


Signaling pathways and gene expression programs used by organisms to respond to changes in the levels of oxygen in the environment.

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Peter W. Lewis

Assistant Professor

(608) 316-4388


Epigenetic Mechanisms in Development and Cancer.

Deane F. Mosher

Deane F. Mosher

Professor

(608) 262-1576


Cell Structure and Signaling
Molecular Medicine
Structural Biology

Michael D. Sheets

Michael D. Sheets

Professor

(608) 262-9452


Post-transcriptional control of vertebrate development; Regulated mRNA translation as an important mechanism for the regulation of early cell-fate decisions in vertebrate embryos.

Emeritus Faculty

James E. Dahlberg

James Dahlberg

Professor Emeritus

(608) 262-1459


RNA biology

Robert H. Fillingame

Robert H. Fillingame

Professor Emeritus

(608) 262-1439


Molecular mechanism of ATP synthesis during oxidative phosphorylation.

Affiliated Faculty

Matthew Merrins

Matthew J. Merrins

Assistant Professor

(608) 256-1901 x12848


Biomolecular Folding & Interactions
Membrane Dynamics & Proteins
Metabolism & Endocrinology

Brad Schwartz


Initiation and regulation of protease cascades, which govern a variety of essential physiological processes from blood clotting to mechanisms of cell death.