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Affiliated Faculty

Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics


Thomas Blumenthal, Ph.D.
Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology at CU Boulder
Mechanisms of pre-mRNA processing: splicing and 3' end formation; logic of gene organization on C. elegans chromosomes: eukaryotic operons

Thomas R. Cech, Ph.D.
Biochemistry at CU Boulder
Ribozyme Structure and Telomere Maintenance

Pharmacology
Structural biology of gene regulatory mechanisms

Oliver Eickelberg, M.D.
Medicine-Pulmonary Sciences & Critical Care

David Engelke, Ph.D.​
Chemistry
Biosynthesis and functions of small RNAs in eukaryotic nuclei.​

Sonia Flores, Ph.D.
Medicine-Pulmonary Sciences & Critical Care

Heide L. Ford, Ph.D.
Obstetrics & Gynecology
The SIX family of homeobox genes and their role in development, cell cycle control, and tumorigenesis.

Arthur Gutierrez-Hartmann, M.D.
Medicine - Endocrinology
The role of POU homeodomain and Ets family transcription factors in tissue-specific gene regulation.

James Hagman, Ph.D.
Immunology
Transcriptional regulation and differentiation of B lymphocytes

Mingxia Huang, Ph.D.
Dermatology

Cellular responses to DNA damage and other types of environmental stress by genetic, biochemical, and functional genomic approaches.

Karolin Luger, Ph.D.
Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Professor, University of Colorado Boulder
Structure and function of eukaryotic chromatin

Philippa Marrack, Ph.D.
Immunology
The production, survival and properties of T cells

Maggie Pui Yu Lam, Ph.D.
Department of Medicine, Division of Cardiology, Consortium for Fibrosis Research and Translation
Alternative splicing and proteostasis via computational, proteomics, and mass spectrometry approaches.

Tamim H. Shaikh, Ph.D
Pediatrics - Human Medical Genetics
Copy Number Variation in Human Disease; Neurodevelopmental Genes and Genetics Pathways; Genome Instabilty and Mechanisms of Rearrangement

Carmen Sucharov, Ph.D.
Medicine-Cardiology

Matt Taylor, M.D., Ph.D.
School of Medicine

Inge Wefes, Ph.D.
Senior Associate Dean, Graduate School