Cell Biology and Metabolism

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A fundamental property of all cells is the ability to sense changing nutritional conditions, integrate complex metabolic pathways, and initiate appropriate cellular responses. Metabolism and cell biology are at the core of this response, and our faculty members are capitalizing on recent advances in metabolomics and other “omics”and high resolution microscopy technologies to understand how organelles, cells, and whole organisms survive and proliferate across diverse biological systems as well as to understand the pathogenesis of several diseases.
Relevant Labs: Audhya, Denu, Engin, Hull, Merrins, Mosher

Jon Audhya

Position title: Professor

Email: audhya@wisc.edu

John M. Denu

Position title: Professor (Also Epigenetics Theme Leader, Wisconsin Institute for Discovery)

Email: jmdenu@wisc.edu

Feyza Engin

Position title: Assistant Professor (also Medicine)

Email: fengin@wisc.edu

Christina M. Hull

Position title: Professor (also Medical Microbiology & Immunology)

Email: cmhull@wisc.edu

Matthew J. Merrins

Position title: Assistant Professor (also Medicine)

Email: merrins@wisc.edu

Deane F. Mosher

Position title: Professor (also Medicine)

Email: dfm1@medicine.wisc.edu