Human Genetics Program Faculty

Dan E. Arking

Cardiovascular genomics and aging

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Mary Armanios

The biology and genetics of age-related disease; specifically, syndromes of telomere shortening which capture both the degenerative and cancer-prone phenotypes of aging.

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Dimitri Avramopoulos

Complex disorders, Psychiatric disease, Linkage studies, Association studies.

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Joel Bader

Studies biological systems using computational biology and bioinformatics.

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Stephen Baylin

Uncover the molecular basis for a change in the DNA of cancer cells which causes impaired function of important regulatory genes which are necessary to prevent the formation of tumors.

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Michael Beer

Understanding how genomic DNA sequence specifies gene regulation

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Hans Björnsson

 

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Seth Blackshaw

Molecular bsis of cell specification in vertebrate retina and hypothalamus

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Jef Boeke

Transposition and gene silencing: mechanism and regulation

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Kathleen Burns

Roles of transposable elements and other mobile DNAs in human disease, with an emphasis on cancer development.

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