Assistant Professor in Chemistry & Biochemistry
|Many important pharmaceuticals, including the antibiotic erythromycin and the immunosuppressant rapamycin, belong to a diverse class of molecules called polyketides. My lab uses protein crystallography and enzy...|
Associate Professor in Pharmacy
G. D. Searle Fellow
|The long-term goal of our research is the development of selective strategies for the treatment of cancer, inflammation, and infectious diseases. Our work takes place at the interface of computational chemistr...|
Assistant Professor in Molecular Cell and Developmental Biology
|Defining the molecular mechanisms maintaining stemness - self-renewal and pluripotency - of Embryonic stem (ES) cells, as well as induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells is of great interest for understanding earl...|
|G. Barrie Kitto|
Professor in Chemistry & Biochemistry
(1) Development of treatments and vaccines for AIDS. This research includes both the use of immunotoxins targeted to infected cells and a novel class of MHC-based vaccines.
(2) Vaccines for Respirato...
Julian C. Barton Professor in Nutrition
|Research interests are in the interdisciplinary areas of nutrition and cancer biology. Long term goals are to better our understanding of the biological actions of vitamin E, both naturally occurring forms and ...|
Chair, Molecular Genetics and Microbiology,
Lorene Morrow Kelley Fellow In Microbiology
|The major focus of the Krug laboratory is the molecular biology of human influenza viruses (influenza A and B viruses), which cause widespread human disease. We are determining the molecular mechanisms of viral...|