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Category: Genetics Faculty

Dahlstrom, Kurt

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Kurt Dahlstrom

Assistant Professor
Microbiology

The rules of microbial community formation to restore and engineer beneficial communities for crops under climate stress and human disease states.

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VanDrisse, Chelsey

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Chelsey VanDrisse

Assistant Professor
Genetics

Our lab seeks to uncover novel regulatory mechanisms of biofilm formation to undermine bacterial survival in chronic infections.

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Billmyre, Blake

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Blake Billmyre

Assistant Professor
Pharmaceutical & Biomedical Sciences; Infectious Diseases

High throughput genetics to better understand evolution of fungal pathogens and drive antifungal drug discovery.

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Billmyre, Katie

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Katie Billmyre

Assistant Professor
Genetics

Meiotic chromosome biology using Drosophila as a model system.

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Ellison, Courtney

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Courtney Ellison

Assistant Professor
Microbiology

Bacterial adhesion and biofilm formation, dynamics of bacterial nanomachines, microbial subcellular organization.

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Buell, C. Robin

C. Robin Buell, 2014 Beal Outstanding Faculty award recipient

C. Robin Buell

Professor
GRA Eminent Scholar Chair in Crop Genomics
Bioinformatics

Plant genome biology with a focus on crops and medicinal plants; Synthetic biology; Evolution of natural product biosynthesis

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Nelms, Brad

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Brad Nelms

Assistant Professor
Plant Biology

Cell differentiation during plant reproduction, genomics and gene regulatory networks, single-cell RNA-sequencing, reprogramming cell fate

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Bi, Pengpeng

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Pengpeng Bi

Associate Professor
Genetics

We use‚Äč the advanced genetic mouse models to study the molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying
several diseases: obesity, diabetics, muscle and heart diseases.

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Ye, Kaixiong

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Kaixiong Ye

Associate Professor
Genetics; Bioinformatics

Nutritional Genomics; Human Genetics; Population and Quantitative Genomics;
Gene-Diet Interaction during human evolution and in metabolic diseases;

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