Michel Bellini

Michel Bellini

Organization of the nucleus; chromosomes and other nuclear organelles; RNA transcription and processing; ribonucleoproteins, nucleo-cytoplasmic trafficking.

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583 Morrill Hall
Office: (217) 265-5297
Lab: (217) 265-0619
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Andrew S Belmont

Andrew S Belmont

Chromatin Structure, Gene expression, Nuclear Architecture

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B509 CLSL
Office: (217) 244-2311
Lab: (217) 333-8372
Fax: (217) 244-1648

William M Brieher

William M Brieher

Cytoskeleton and Cell Adhesion

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B615, CLSL

Stephanie Ceman

Stephanie Ceman

Molecular basis of disease, post-translational modifications, regulation of RNA expression, RNA-protein interactions

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423 Medical Sciences Building
Office: (217) 244-6793
Lab: (217) 244-6749
Fax: (217) 244-1648

Jie Chen

Jie Chen

Nutrient-sensing signal transduction in mammalian cell growth, differentiation, and metabolism

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C526 CLSL
Office: (217) 265-0674
Lab: (217) 265-0672
Fax: (217) 265-0674

Brian C. Freeman

Brian C. Freeman

Molecular Chaperones; Transcription; Chromatin Remodeling

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B605 CLSL
Office: (217) 244-2662
Lab: (217) 244-1065

Martha U Gillette

Martha U Gillette

The neurobiology of time; engineering neuronal development and repair

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618 Morrill Hall
Office: (217) 244-1355
Lab: (217) 244-1842
Fax: (217) 244-1648

Jonathan J Henry

Jonathan J Henry

Mechanisms of cell determination; development and regeneration of the vertebrate lens; cornea stem cell biology; developmental basis for evolutionary change

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C522 CLSL
Office: (217) 333-4449
Lab: (217) 244-5921
Fax: (217) 244-1648

Xin  Li

Xin Li

Regulation of temporal patterning in neural progenitors and subsequent generation of neural diversity

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Craig Mizzen

Craig Mizzen

Chromatin structure, function and metabolism. Roles of histone modifications and other epigenetic factors in normal development and disease.

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565B Morrill Hall
Office: (217) 244-4896
Lab: (217) 265-6439
Fax: (217) 244-1648

Kannanganattu V. Prasanth

Kannanganattu V. Prasanth

long noncoding RNA; Gene regulation; Nuclear domain & structure, breast cancer

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C426 CLSL
Office: (217) 244-7832
Lab: (217) 244-7895
Fax: (217) 265-0927

Supriya Prasanth

Supriya Prasanth

Eukaryotic DNA replication; Chromosome structure & maintenance; Heterochromatin organization; Cell cycle control

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C422 CLSL
Office: (217) 244-8076
Lab: (217) 244-8084
Fax: (217) 244-1648

David H Rivier

David H Rivier

Innovation in undergraduate education

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C422 CLSL
Office: (217) 244-0060
Lab: (217) 244-0830
Fax: (217) 244-1648

Mary A Schuler

Mary A Schuler

Molecular biology, biochemistry and genomics: pre-mRNA processing and P450 monooxygenases

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161 Edward R. Madigan Laboratory (ERML)
Office: (217) 333-8784
Lab: (217) 333-8785
Fax: (217) 244-1336

Rachel Smith-Bolton

Rachel Smith-Bolton

Wound repair and tissue regeneration; Drosophila genetics; Development and patterning

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CLSL C626
Office: (217) 244-4183
Lab: (217) 244-4512

Lisa J Stubbs

Lisa J Stubbs

Evolution of gene regulatory networks; Long-range regulatory mechanisms; Mouse models of human developmental disorders

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R2402 Institute for Genomic Biology
Office: (217) 244-4000
Fax: (217) 244-1781

Phillip A Newmark

Phillip A Newmark

Planarian regeneration, germ cell development, schistosomes

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Lyne Levesque

Lyne Levesque

Ins and outs of nucleocytoplasmic transport

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577 Morrill Hall
Office: (217) 333-7565
Lab: (217) 244-3148
Fax: (217) 244-1648

Marty Shankland

Marty Shankland

Office: (217) 300-0440

Vivian W Tang

Vivian W Tang

Cell-Cell interactions in Health and Disease

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Office: 555B Morrill Hall

Benita S Katzenellenbogen

Benita S Katzenellenbogen

Regulation of gene expression, signal transduction, and cell proliferation and phenotypic properties by hormones and growth factors; functional analyses of nuclear hormone receptors and their genome-wide activities; mechanisms of hormone and antihormone action in normal and cancer cells; biomarker discovery and cellular changes underlying resistance to therapeutic agents in breast cancer.

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294 Burrill Hall
Office: (217) 333-9769

Hugh M Robertson

Hugh M Robertson

Molecular basis of insect olfaction; molecular evolution of DNA transposons; comparative insect genomics; molecular evolution of nematode chemoreceptors

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417 Morrill Hall
Office: (217) 333-0489
Lab: (217) 333-0489
Fax: (217) 244-3499

Gene E Robinson

Gene E Robinson

From society to genes

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449 Morrill Hall
Office: (217) 265-0309
Lab: (217) 333-6843
Fax: (217) 244-3499

Paul R Selvin

Paul R Selvin

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365 Loomis
Office: (217) 244-3371
Lab: (217) 333-1850
Fax: (217) 244-3371

Jo Ann  Cameron

Jo Ann Cameron

Cellular and molecular mechanisms that control amphibian limb regeneration

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2103 IGB
Office: (217) 333-1254
Lab: (217) 333-1254
Fax: (217) 244-1648

Stephen J Kaufman

Stephen J Kaufman

Role of integrins and extracellular matrix proteins in skeletal muscle development, formation of the neuromuscular junction, and muscular dystrophy

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287 Burrill Hall
Fax: (217) 244-1648

Byron W Kemper

Byron W Kemper

Present: Role of nuclear receptors in regulation metabolism. Past: Gene regulation and cellular localization mechanisms of cytrochromes P450.

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395a Burrill Hall
Office: (217) 333-1146

Jay E Mittenthal

Jay E Mittenthal

Computational biology: Design and evolution of molecular networks

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516 Morrill Hall
Office: (217) 333-4846
Fax: (217) 244-1648

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