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Primary Faculty

Mitochondrial Molecular Biology
Molecular mechanisms of spindle orientation, ciologenesis, polarity, cytokinesis and axonogenesis.
Cancer stem cells and drug resistance; dysregulated metabolism in cancer stemness and tumor immunity; E3 ubiquitin ligase and targeted therapeutics.
Extracellular matrix in the brain: roles during development and during neurodegeneration
NMR Solution Structure of Nucleic Acids and Proteins
Biomedical Informatics
Cell Nuclear Structure; DNA Replication and Repair; Mutagenesis; Medical Pharmacology
Lipid Signaling: Roles in mitochondrial biology, spermatogenesis, diabetes, immune function, the CNS, platelet activation, and cancer; - Imaging Pancreatic β-cells using metabolomics and MRI.
Mechanisms of mitochondrial gene expression/Mechanisms of DNA synthesis and repair
Molecular Carcinogenesis: Mechanisms of DNA Repair and Mutagenesis
Effects of Chemical Carcinogens on DNA : Drug Design and Development - Anti-Aging Drug Substances
DNA replication and repair pathways in cancer therapy
Signal Transduction in Differentiation and Development: Roles of Molecular Scaffold Molecules (e.g., AKAPs and Dishevelleds)
Mechanisms of virus-host and tumor-host interactions
Regulation of Surface Receptors in Muscle Cells
Membrane biosynthesis, structure & behavior in bacterial pathogenesis
Molecular Mechanism of Protein Kinase and Ubiquitin Ligase signaling in Cancer and Aging
Cell Signaling and Ciliogenesis in Mammalian Development, Health and Disease
Genetically modified mouse models of neuropsychiatric diseases: how does signaling by axonal NRG1 proteins regulate the development, maturation and plasticity of key cortical – limbic circuits.
Structure and function of macromolecules in epigenetic regulation
Neuro-immune interactions: Cross-talk between the nervous and immune systems in health and disease

Primary Research Faculty

Cell Signaling
Translesion DNA Synthesis
Signaling: Cell Signaling, Cancer, Stem cells, Protein trafficking and Disease
Cellular responses to DNA damage and the mechanism for mutation induction by DNA damage
Genetic Analysis of Mammalian Oxidative DNA Damage Repair
Insulin-stimulated translocation of the GLUT4 glucose transporter

Joint Faculty

Anesthesiology/Stony Brook
Cancer/Mayo Clinic
Anesthesiology/Stony Brook
Pediatrics/Stony Brook
Psychiatry/Stony Brook
Structural Biology/CSHL
Medicine/Stony Brook
Medicine/Stony Brook
Medicine/Stony Brook
Radiation Oncology/Stony Brook
Medicine/Stony Brook
Radiation Oncology/Stony Brook
Family Medicine/Stony Brook
Anesthesiology/Stony Brook

Adjunct Faculty

Biochemistry/Pennsylvania Drug Discovery Institute
Cancer Metastasis: Mechanisms of Organ-Specific Metastasis in Human Breast Cancer and Protein Analysis: Shotgun Proteomics
Structural Biology/University of Wurzburg
Nursing/Adelphi University
Neuroscience and Immunology
Plasminogen Activator Induction/Merck & Co. Inc.
Molecular Mechanism of Mammalian DNA Repair: Implications for Carcinogenesis and Antitumor Therapy
Carcinogenesis: Molecular mechanisms, genomics, bioinformatics/WHO International Agency for Research on Cancer


Cell Structure and Function: The Cell Biology of DNA Damage and Repair
Investigations of DNA Damage Produced by Genotoxic Substances
Carcinogenic Mechanism of Drugs
Genetic Toxicology: Molecular Biology of DNA Damage and Repair
Physiology & Biophysics