Faculty

All of the faculty associated with the DSCB graduate program are listed below. Click on a faculty name to view a detailed description of an individual research program, contact information, recent publications and links to other relevant websites.
 

Nadav Ahituv, PhD

Professor
Department of Bioengineering and Therapeutic Sciences
Research Summary: 
Gene regulation and human disease

Rosemary Akhurst, PhD

Professor
Director, Pre-Clinical Therapeutics
Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center
Research Summary: 
Growth factors and genetic modifiers in vascular biology and cancer

Tamara Alliston, PhD

Prof of Orthosurg
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Research Summary: 
Our research focuses on the molecular pathways controlling mesenchymal stem cell differentiation

Scott Baraban, PhD

Professor
Department of Neurological Surgery
Research Summary: 
Neurobiology of Epilepsy

Brian Black, PhD

Professor
Cardiovascular Research Institute
Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics
Research Summary: 
Transcriptional Control of Mammalian Organogenesis

Robert Blelloch, MD, PhD

Professor
Department of Urology
Research Summary: 
Molecular basis of stem cell self-renewal, differentiation and contribution to cancer

Andrew Brack, PhD

Associate Professor
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

Katja Brueckner, PhD

Professor
Department of Cell & Tissue Biology
Research Summary: 
Hematopoiesis and cell signaling

Benoit Bruneau, PhD

Professor
Department of Pediatrics
Research Summary: 
Transcriptional regulation of cardiac morphogenesis and differentiation

Jeffrey Bush, PhD

Assistant Professor
Department of Cell & Tissue Biology
Research Summary: 
Signaling control of craniofacial development and congenital disease

Andy Chang, PhD

Assistant Professor
Cardiovascular Research Institute
Department of Physiology
Research Summary: 
We are interested in mechanisms of oxygen and metabolite sensing in mammals.

Ben Cheyette, MD PHD

Associate Professor
Department of Psychiatry
Research Summary: 
Signaling in Psychiatry

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