Members

Training Faculty

1) Developmental and neuro genetics David Bilder (Drosophila epithelial biology) Andrew Dillin (aging in C. elegans and mammals) Jennifer Fletcher (plant stem cells) Hernan Garcia (transcriptional regulation in Drosophila) Gian Garriga (C. elegans developmental neurobiology) Iswar Hariharan (Drosophila growth and regeneration) Barbara Meyer (sex determination in C. elegans) Henk Roelink (neural development, stem cells) Kathleen Ryan (growth and morphogenesis of Caulobacter) Kristin Scott (Drosophila taste)

2) Evolutionary genetics Benjamin Blackman (developmental plasticity in plants) Craig Miller (morphological evolution in stickleback fish) Priya Moorjani (genetic variation in human populations) Michael Nachman (genetic variation in mice) Rasmus Nielsen (quantitative evolutionary genetics) Daniel Rokhsar (genome evolution) Noah Whiteman (host-parasite interactions in diverse organisms) John Vogel (functional genetics and genomics in plants)

3) Genetics of host-environment interactions Nicole King (choanoflagellagtes, origin of multicellularity) Arash Komeili (bacterial organelles) Jennifer Lewis (plant-pathogen interactions) Krishna Niyogi (photosynthesis in algae and plants) Kimberley Seed (bacteria-phage interactions) Matthew Traxler (interspecies interactions in bacteria) Mary Wildermuth (plant-pathogen interactions)

4) Chromosomes, gene expression, epigenetics Gloria Brar (translational regulation in yeast) Steven Brenner (genomic analysis) Xavier Darzacq (advanced imaging technology) Abby Dernburg (meiosis in C. elegans) Jennifer Doudna (genome editing, RNA structure) Michael Eisen (gene regulation in Drosophila) Dirk Hockemeyer (gene editing in stem cells, telomerase) Nicholas Ingolia (translation, RNA biology) Gary Karpen (chromatin) Jasper Rine (gene regulation and epigenetics in yeast) Robert Tjian (regulation of transcription) Elcin √únal (meiosis and aging in yeast)