Faculty / Research

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Biochemistry/Pennsylvania Drug Discovery Institute
Cell Structure and Function: The Cell Biology of DNA Damage and Repair
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.
Cancer Metastasis: Mechanisms of Organ-Specific Metastasis in Human Breast Cancer and Protein Analysis: Shotgun Proteomics
Anesthesiology/Stony Brook
Extracellular matrix in the brain: roles during development and during neurodegeneration
Cancer/Mayo Clinic
Anesthesiology/Stony Brook
NMR Solution Structure of Nucleic Acids and Proteins
Biomedical Informatics
Pediatrics/Stony Brook
Cell Nuclear Structure; DNA Replication and Repair; Mutagenesis; Medical Pharmacology
Psychiatry/Stony Brook
Lipid Signaling: Roles in mitochondrial biology, spermatogenesis, diabetes, immune function, the CNS, platelet activation, and cancer; - Imaging Pancreatic β-cells using metabolomics and MRI.
Cell Signaling
Mechanisms of mitochondrial gene expression/Mechanisms of DNA synthesis and repair
Molecular Carcinogenesis: Mechanisms of DNA Repair and Mutagenesis
Translesion DNA Synthesis
Investigations of DNA Damage Produced by Genotoxic Substances
Effects of Chemical Carcinogens on DNA : Drug Design and Development - Anti-Aging Drug Substances
Structural Biology/CSHL
Genome instability, Ubiquitin/SUMO Signaling, Cancer pathogenesis - Regulation of DNA repair in cancer susceptibility pathways
Structural Biology/University of Wurzburg
Signaling: Cell Signaling, Cancer, Stem cells, Protein trafficking and Disease
Signal Transduction in Differentiation and Development: Roles of Molecular Scaffold Molecules (e.g., AKAPs and Dishevelleds)
Nursing/Adelphi University
Cellular responses to DNA damage and the mechanism for mutation induction by DNA damage
Medicine/Stony Brook
Neuroscience and Immunology
Medicine/Stony Brook
Mechanisms of virus-host and tumor-host interactions
Regulation of Surface Receptors in Muscle Cells
Medicine/Stony Brook
Genetic Analysis of Mammalian Oxidative DNA Damage Repair
Radiation Oncology/Stony Brook
Plasminogen Activator Induction/Merck & Co. Inc.
Molecular Mechanism of Mammalian DNA Repair: Implications for Carcinogenesis and Antitumor Therapy
Membrane biosynthesis, structure & behavior in bacterial pathogenesis
Molecular Mechanism of Protein Kinase and Ubiquitin Ligase signaling in Cancer and Aging
Carcinogenic Mechanism of Drugs
Medicine/Stony Brook
Radiation Oncology/Stony Brook
Family Medicine/Stony Brook
Cell Signaling and Ciliogenesis in Mammalian Development, Health and Disease
Genetic Toxicology: Molecular Biology of DNA Damage and Repair
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
Physiology & Biophysics
Anesthesiology/Stony Brook
Insulin-stimulated translocation of the GLUT4 glucose transporter
Carcinogenesis: Molecular mechanisms, genomics, bioinformatics/WHO International Agency for Research on Cancer