Proteomics, Genomics and Combinatorial Chemistry faculty
- Donald H. Burke
Ribozyme mechanism and evolution and the origin of life; antiviral nucleic acid aptamers and the molecular basis of drug resistant HIV-1.
- Susan L. Deutscher
Combinatorial biology applied to cancer detection and therapy.
- David W. Emerich
Enzymology, physiology and genomics of biological nitrogen fixation and related metabolic activities.
- Mark Hannink
BTB-Kelch substrate adaptor family in development, oncogenesis and neurodegeneration.
- Zhentian Lei
Plant metabolomics and proteomics, biological mass spectrometry, LC-MS-SPE-NMR
- Dennis B. Lubahn
Biochemical genetics and epigenetics of estrogens and related receptors.
- Brian Mooney
Proteomics using advanced mass spectrometry and 2D gel electrophoresis.
- Scott C. Peck
Proteomics of protein phosphorylation and protein kinases; signaling and secretion during host-pathogen interactions; proteomics of drought stress responses.
- Thomas P. Quinn
Cancer diagnostics, radiopharmaceutical imaging and therapy; cell and molecular imaging.
- Frank J. Schmidt
Combinatorial chemistry of RNA and antimicrobial peptides; the prebiotic RNA world.
- Gary Stacey
Functional genomics of plant-microbe interactions and plant development.
- Lloyd Sumner
Development and application of large-scale biochemical profiling with a personal emphasis on plant specialized metabolism.
- Jay J. Thelen
Proteomics and phosphoproteomics of seed development and metabolism in oilseeds.
- Judy D. Wall
Environmental microbiology; bioremediation of toxic metal; genetics and biochemistry of sulfate-reducing bacteria.