Full-Time Faculty

Accavitti-Loper, Mary Ann, Ph.D.

Bullard, Daniel C., Ph.D.
Regulation of inflammatory responses

Carroll, Andrew J., Ph.D.
Cancer cytogenetics; chromosome polymorphisms; clinical cytogenetics

Cartner, Samuel C., Ph.D.

Crossman, David Ph.D.

Crowley, Michael, Ph.D.

Descartes, Maria, M.D.
Clinical Genetics, Dysmorphology, Inherited Disorders of Metabolism

Dybvig, Kevin F., Ph.D.
Molecular biology and genetics of microplasma diseases

Gerrity, Lauretta W., D.V.M.

Mammalian development and animal models

Hartman, John, M.D.
Genetic buffering of DNA replication

Jiao, Kai, M.D., Ph.D.
TGF-beta/BMP signaling during cardiogenesis

Juliana, M. Margaret, D.V.M., Ph.D.
Veterinary oncologic pathology and animal models of human cancer

Kesterson, Robert A., Ph.D.
Hypothalamic control of feeding behavior

Korf, Bruce R., M.D., Ph.D.
Neurofibromatosis type 1

Liu,Runhua, Ph.D.
Molecular Genetics

Lose, Edward J., M.D.
Clinical genetics; dysmorphology

Messiaen, Ludwine, Ph.D.
Molecular genetics testing in hereditary disorders

Mikhail, Fady, M.D., Ph.D.
Clinical cytogenetics; cancer cytogenetics; FISH; array CGH

Mitra, Kasturi, Ph.D.
Mitochondrial structure-function

Robin, Nathaniel H., M.D.
Ethical issues in genetic testing and genetic research; understanding the phenotypic consequence of genetics alterations

Rutledge, S. Lane, M.D.
Inherited disorders of metabolism; neurofibromatosis; neurogenetics

Schoeb, Trenton R., D.V.M., Ph.D.
Pathology and phenotyping of mutant mice; gnotobiotic mouse models of chronic inflammatory diseases

Simmons, Warren, Ph.D.

Singh, Keshav, Ph.D.
Cancer genetics

Wang, Lizhong, Ph.D.
Molecular genetics

Adjunct Faculty

Absher, Devin M., Ph.D., Adjunct Instructor

Cooper, Gregory, Ph.D., Adjunct Instructor

Cooper, Sara, Ph.D., Adjunct Instructor

Lamb, Neil E., Ph.D., Adjunct Associate Professor

Levy, Shawn, Ph.D., Adjunct Assistant Professor

Myers, Richard M., Ph.D., Adjunct Professor

Emeritus Faculty

Finley, Wayne H., M.D., Ph.D.
Human chromosome aberrations and their detection