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AGARWALA, SEEMA
Seema Agarwala
Associate Professor
Cellular and molecular bases of Neural Tube Closure and birth defects
512-232-4797
PAT 407
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APPLING, DEAN R
Dean R Appling
Associate Dean, Professor
Lester J. Reed Professorship in Biochemistry

Regulation And Organization Of Metabolic Pathways
512-471-4796
WCH 3.128
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EBERHART, JOHANN K
Johann K Eberhart
Associate Professor
512-232-8340
PAT 522
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KIM, JONGHWAN
Jonghwan Kim
Associate Professor
Transcriptional and epigenetic regulations in Pluripotent stem cells and trophoblast lineage development
512-232-8045
NMS 4.314
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Pierce, Jonathan
Jonathan Pierce
Associate Professor
The genetic mechanisms that govern behaviors and contribute to neurological disorders.
512-232-4137
NMS 5.116
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Richburg, John
John H Richburg
Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies, Professor
Gustavus and Louise Pfeiffer Professorship in Toxicology

Deciphering the molecular and cellular mechanisms of cell death & disruption of male reproductive system by environmental toxicants
512-471-4736
BME 3.510F
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SHAWLOT, WILLIAM
William Shawlot
MGEF Facility Director
Mouse Genetic Engineering Facility Director, Mechanisms of Mammalian Development and Birth Defects
512-471-3918
ARC 1.218
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STEIN, DAVID S
David S Stein
Professor
Signal Transduction Pathways controlling Embryo Development
512-232-3378
PAT 532
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VOKES, STEVEN A No
Steven A Vokes
Associate Professor
Understanding how transcriptional repressors, especially underlying Hedgehog signaling, interface with chromatin to regulate development
512-232-8359
MBB 1.312
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WALLINGFORD, JOHN B Yes
John B Wallingford
Professor
William and Gwyn Shive Endowed Professorship

We combine in vivo imaging with systems biology to explore the cell biological basis of embryonic development
512-232-2784
PAT 222
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