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We combine fluorescence microscopy of genome-edited stem cells with computational modeling to identify principles by which cytoskeletal protein complexes self-assemble and produce force in order to reshape cellular membranes.
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Emergent dynamics within and among cell populations; multi-scale, multi-class computational models of dynamic life systems; network inference of cellular regulation; (machine) learning from biological data; entrainment & control.
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Associate Professor
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Developing data-driven dynamic models of brain and natural behavior
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My lab is investigating mechanisms to establish cellular and subcellular asymmetry, and its contribution to cell diversity and tissue morphogenesis
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Plant evolution and development (evo-devo). The genetic basis of plant innovations; functional evolution of key transcription factors; phylogenetic comparative methods. Multiple systems (fern, gymnosperm, angiosperm)
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We study the topics related to the circadian rhythms and seasonal responses in plants using molecular genetics, biochemistry, and genomic approaches.

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Associate Professor
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We study the cell and developmental biology of the divergent protozoan parasite Giardia lamblia to identify new therapeutic opportunities.

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We are interested in neural mechanisms of vocal learning and production in birds and in bipedal balance in birds
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We seek to understand how evolution, genetics and environment shape complex traits in fruit flies and pet dogs.
Assistant Professor
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Molecular and cellular regulation of zebrafish organ development and repair
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I use nectar-feeding animals to bridge the gap between our knowledge of ecological and coevolutionary patterns and their underlying mechanisms.
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My lab studies sensory biology, neurobiology, and ecology of insects, including mosquitoes

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Vertebrate paleontology and evolution, particularly of the Permian and Triassic.
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Function and evolution of the plant immune system; receptor complexes to monitor extracellular stimuli; comparative genomics of plant receptor repertoires
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Paleobotany & paleoecology: Reconstructing ecosystem assembly through Earth history, focusing on the role of plants, especially grasses and grasslands.

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We are investigating the molecular control underlying development, evolution and regeneration of marine invertebrates.
Associate Professor
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Abigail Swann is an atmospheric scientist and ecologist who is interested in the transitions, thresholds, and feedbacks of the coupled ecosystem-climate system, or ecoclimate. More specifically, she works to understand when, where, and how plants influence the climate across a range of spatial and temporal scales.

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Assistant Professor
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Adjunct Associate Professor
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Affiliate Professor
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Affiliate Associate Professor
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Affiliate Assistant Professor
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Affiliate Associate Professor
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