Sayeepriyadarshini Anakk

Sayeepriyadarshini Anakk

Sayeepriyadarshini (Sayee) Anakk focuses on understanding liver metabolism in both normal and diseased states. She aims to investigate how bile acids and nuclear receptors maintain metabolic homeostasis and contribute to liver diseases, including cancer, using...
Jonathan Sweedler

Jonathan Sweedler

Professor Sweedler received his B.S. degree in Chemistry from the University of California at Davis in 1983, and his Ph.D. from the University of Arizona in 1989. Thereafter, he was an NSF Postdoctoral Fellow at Stanford University before joining the faculty at...
Patrick Sweeney

Patrick Sweeney

Dr. Sweeney’s research focuses on understanding how the brain responds to cancer. Our work is particularly interested in understanding the brain pathways mediating anorexia and visceral malaise during cancer progression and cancer treatments. Ultimately, our goal is...
Pablo Perez-Pinera

Pablo Perez-Pinera

Pablo Perez-Pinera has a broad background and extensive experience in genome engineering, gene editing, and regulation of gene expression with artificial transcription factors. Perez-Pinera’s work has been critical forunderstanding activation of native gene...
Erik Nelson

Erik Nelson

Erik Nelson is a trained endocrinologist with specific expertise in nuclear receptor pharmacology. He has made significant contributions to the fields of reproductive physiology, pharmacology, bone biology and cancer biology. Breast cancer remains the most commonly...
Benita Katzenellenbogen

Benita Katzenellenbogen

Benita Katzenellenbogen’s research in cancer, endocrinology, and women’s health has focused on nuclear receptors, mainly estrogen receptors, and their mechanical, physiological, and integrative actions, aiming to improve the effectiveness of endocrine therapies in...
Edward Roy

Edward Roy

Edward Roy’s lab is developing immunotherapies for brain tumors that are effective and selective, focused on T cell mediated immune responses. Using animal models, Roy’s lab explores the immune system, and how their murine system closely parallels the human immune...
Catherine Christian-Hinman

Catherine Christian-Hinman

Catherine Christian-Hinman research portfolio includes neurological and behavioral disorders, reproductive diseases, infertility, and menopause. Her research aims to gather information on how reproductive endocrine problems can reciprocally impact the severity of...
Rashid Bashir

Rashid Bashir

Rashid Bashir’s research group is developing micro and nanoscale sensors for early diagnostics of cancer and infectious diseases. He is very active in bioengineering education and was the principal investigator of the NIH NCI Alliance for Nanotechnology in...
Milan Bagchi

Milan Bagchi

Milan Bagchi is the Director of the School of Molecular and Cellular Biology, the Deborah Paul Endowed Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology, a University Scholar, and Romano Professorial Scholar. His research seeks to identify the molecular pathways regulated...
Stephen Boppart

Stephen Boppart

Stephen Boppart, MD, Ph.D., is an Abel Bliss Professor of Engineering with appointments in the Departments of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Bioengineering, Medicine, and the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology. His Biophotonics Imaging...