Faculty and Trainers

Professor, Mol Gen/Cell Bio
drkovar@uchicago.edu
Cells simultaneously assemble and maintain different actin cytoskeleton networks of distinct organizations and dynamics for fundamental processes such as polarization,...
Professor, Mol Gen/Cell Bio
skron@uchicago.edu
The Kron laboratory is a diverse and collaborative group of cell biologists, geneticists, biochemists, chemists and computer scientists. Our current basic research and...
Assistant Professor, Mol Gen/Cell Bio
hengchilee@uchicago.edu
Small non-coding RNAs play remarkable roles in regulating gene expression by binding to Argonaute family proteins and guiding them to recognize their targets. We are...
Associate Professor, Mol Gen/Cell Bio
jmalamy@bsd.uchicago.edu
My lab works in two model systems: the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana and the emerging model Cnidarian Clytia hemisphaerica. In Arabidopsis, we are studying long...
Currently not accepting students.
Associate Professor, Mol Gen/Cell Bio
mets@uchicago.edu
Current research interest: What can we do to reduce the environmental and geopolitical risks engendered by current practices in the use by humans of non-food energy...
Currently not accepting students.
Associate Professor, Mol Gen/Cell Bio
emunro@uchicago.edu
We study how embryos integrate biochemical signaling, cytoskeletal dynamics and cell mechanics to orchestrate complex cell and tissue behaviors. We combine live imaging...
Assistant Professor, Mol Gen/Cell Bio
pincus@uchicago.edu
David Pincus is an Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology. The Pincus lab is located in the Center for Physics of Evolving Systems on...
Professor, Ben May Department
irebay@uchicago.edu
The long-term goal of research in the Rebay Lab is to understand how signaling networks, cytoskeletal dynamics and tissue geometry work together to direct specific...
Professor, Statistics
reinitz@uchicago.edu
My laboratory is engaged in a long term project to understand how DNA sequence specifies biological form. We are interested not only in the specification of typical...
Professor, Mol Gen/Cell Bio
lbrd@uchicago.edu