Graduate Program in Microbiology and Molecular Genetics

  • Samuel F. Bunting
    Assistant Professor
    Rutgers University
    Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
    CABM Room 337
    679 Hoes Lane
    Piscataway, NJ 08854
    (848) 445-9894
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    Cell survival and DNA repair in mammals

  • George M. Carman
    Board of Governors Professor
    Department of Food Science
    Center for Lipid Research
    Institute of Food, Nutrition, and Health, Room 12
    School of Biological and Environmental Sciences
    Rutgers University
    61 Dudley Road
    New Brunswick, NJ 08901-8520
    (848) 932-0267
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    Regulation of Phospholipid Metabolism/Signaling in Yeast

  • Kiran Chada
    Professor
    Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
    Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
    675 Hoes Lane
    Piscataway, NJ 08854
    (732) 235-4026
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    Mammalian genetics. human diseases, developmental biology, obesity cancer

  • Suzie Chen
    Professor
    Rutgers University
    Department of Chemical Biology
    Lab for Cancer Research. Room 213
    164 Frelinghuysen Road
    Piscataway, NJ 08854
    (848) 445-7243
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    Mouse model of melanoma, regulation of cell signaling by G-protein-coupled receptor

  • Wendie Cohick
    Professor
    Rutgers University
    Department of Animal Sciences
    Foran Hall, Room 108
    School of Biological & Environmental Sciences
    New Brunswick, NJ 08903
    (848) 932-6319
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    Cell biology (growth factors, signal transduction, mammary gland biology)

  • Paul R.Copeland
    Professor
    Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
    Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
    Room 738
    Piscataway, NJ 08854
    (732) 235-4670
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    Regulation of gene expression at the translational level, incorporation and utilization of selenocysteine

  • Lori R. Covey
    Professor
    Rutgers University
    Department of Cell Biology & Neuroscience
    Nelson Biological Laboratories, Room B314
    Piscataway, NJ 08854
    (848) 445-4777
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    Human immunoglobulin switch recombination in response to T cell-B cell interactions

  • Gabriella D'Arcangelo
    Professor
    Rutgers University
    Department of Cell Biology & Neuroscience
    Nelson Biological Laboratories
    604 Allison Road, Room B323
    Piscataway, NJ 08854-8082
    (848) 445-2839
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    Molecular mechanisms of neuronal proliferation, differentiation and migration

  • Lisa Denzin
    Professor
    Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
    Department of Pediatrics
    The Child Health Institute of NJ
    89 French Street, Room 4220
    New Brunswick, NJ 08903
    (732) 235-9604
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    Antigen presentation; MHC class II; dendritic cells; autoimmunity; Type 1 diabetes; germinal centers; hematopoietic stem cells; cancer stem cells

  • G. Charles Dismukes

    G. Charles Dismukes

    Distinguished Professor
    Rutgers University
    Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology
    Waksman Institute. Room1014A
    Piscataway, NJ 08854-0759
    (848) 445-1489
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    Microbial metabolism and renewable energy production

  • Cheryl Dreyfus
    Professor
    Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
    Department of Neuroscience & Cell Biology
    RWJMS Research & Public Health Bldg
    683 Hoes Lane
    Piscataway, NJ 08854
    (732) 235-5382
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    The role of the trophic factors and glial cells

  • Monica Driscoll
    Professor
    Rutgers University
    Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
    Nelson Biological Labs. Room A232
    Piscataway, NJ 08854
    848) 445-7182
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    Developmental neurogenetics. molecular genetics of neuronal cell death. mechanosensory transduction in touch and feeling. molecular mechanisms of aging

  • Siobain Duffy
    Associate Professor
    Rutgers University
    Department of Ecology, Evolution & Natural Resources
    Foran Hall, Room 316
    School of Environmental & Biological Sciences
    New Brunswick, NJ 08903
    (848) 932-6299
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    Emerging viruses, experimental evolution, bioinformatics, bacteriophage

  • Richard H. Ebright
    Professor
    Rutgers University
    Department of Chemistry
    Waksman Institute -Busch Campus
    Piscataway, NJ 08854
    (848) 445-5179
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    Bacterial transcription complexes: structure, mechanism, and regulation.  Antituberculosis and antibacterial drug discovery

  • Isaac Edery
    Professor
    Rutgers University
    Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
    CABM Room 339
    679 Hoes Lane
    Piscataway, NJ 08854
    (848) 445-9896
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    Circadian clocks. photic signal transduction. Drosophilabehavior. seasonal adaptation. pre-mRNA splicing. protein phosphorylation and degradation

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    Christopher Ellison
    Assistant Professor
    Rutgers University
    Department of Genetics
    Nelson Lab, Room B420
    Piscataway. NJ 08854
    (848) 445-3841
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    Functional evolutionary genomics, epigenetics, and genome organization


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    Nicole Fahrenfeld
    Assistant Professor
    Rutgers University
    Department of  Civil & Environmental Engineering
    CoRE Building 610
    96 Frelinghuysen Road
    Piscataway, NJ 08854
    (848) 445-8416
    nfahrenf (at) soe.rutgers.edu

    Bioremediation, microbial source tracking, antibiotic resistance


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    Paul G. Falkowski
    Distinguished Professor
    Rutgers University
    Depts. of Geological Sciences & Marine & Coastal Sciences
    Institute of Marine & Coastal Sciences
    School of Environmental & Biological Sciences
    71 Dudley Road
    New Brunswick, NJ 08903
    (848) 932-3426
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    Biogeochemical cycles, photosynthesis, biological oceanography, molecular biology, biochemistry and biophysics, physiological adaptation, plant physiology, evolution, mathematical modeling, symbiosis

  • Huizhou Fan
    Associate Professor
    Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
    Department of Pharmacology
    Research Tower, Room 400
    675 Hoes Lane
    Piscataway, NJ 08854-5635
    (732) 235-4607
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    Pathogenesis and intervention of sexually transmitted infections

  • Zhaohui Feng
    Associate Professor
    Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
    Department of Radiation Oncology & Pharmacology
    The Cancer Institute of NJ
    195 Little Albany Street, Room 4556
    New Brunswick, NJ 08901
    (732) 235-8814
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    p53, tumor suppression, energy metabolism and aging