Joint Faculty

 

Daryl A. Bosco, Ph.D. - Assistant Professor, Neurology 
Elucidating the factors involved in sporadic ALS 

Michael P. Czech, PhD - Professor and Director, Program in Molecular Medicine
RNAi-based therapeutic strategies for inflammatory and metabolic diseases.

Roger J. Davis, PhD, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator - Professor, Program in Molecular Medicine
Mechanisms by which growth factors regulate cellular proliferation.

Mark Dershwitz, MD, PhD - Professor, Anesthesiology 
Clinical pharmacology of intravenous anesthetics and antiemetics.

Stephen Doxsey, PhD - Associate Professor, Program in Molecular Medicine
Regulation of Mitotic Spindle Assembly

Michael R. Green, MD, PhD, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator - Professor and Director, Program in Gene Function and Expression
Eukaryotic Gene Regulation and Cancer Molecular Biology.

David Grünwald, PhDAssistant Professor
Single molecule imaging of cell nuclear processes and nucleocytoplasmic transport in living cells.

Lawrence J. Hayward, MD, PhD - Associate Professor, Neurology
Motor Neuron Disease Mechanisms.

Andrei Korostelev, PhD  - Assistant Professor, RNA Therapeutics Institute
Structure and function of the ribosome.

Omanand Koul, PhD - Research Associate Professor, Eunice Kennedy Shriver Center for Mental Retardation

David G. Lambright, PhD - Professor, Program in Molecular Medicine
Structural and molecular mechanisms of cell signaling and membrane trafficking.

Jeremy Luban, PhD - Professor, Program in Molecular Medicine
HIV Replication, Pathogenesis, and Immunity.

Zdenka Matijasevic, PhD - Assistant Professor, Cell Biology
Role of MdmX in Cell Transformation and Tumorigenesis.

Haley Melikian, PhD  - Associate Professor, Psychiatry
Cocaine and antidepressant-sensitive monoamine transporters.

Melissa J. Moore, PhD, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Professor (Biochemistry & Molecular Pharmacology, Co- Director RNA and Neuro Theapeutics Institutes)
Pre-mRNA splicing and its connections to intracellular mRNA localization, translation, and degradation. (RTI) This link goes to an external web site

Craig L. Peterson, PhD - Professor, Program in Molecular Medicine
How chromosome structure influences nuclear processes.

Lawrence J. Stern, PhD - Professor, Pathology
Molecular recognition in the immune system.

Jonathan K. Watts, PhD - Associate Professor, RNA Therapeutics Institute 
Chemical biology and therapeutic development of oligonucleotides

Scot Wolfe, PhD - Associate Professor, Program in Gene Function and Expression
Creating artifical DNA-binding domains for targeted gene regulation and gene modification.

Phillip D. Zamore, PhD, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Professor (Biochemistry & Molecular Pharmacology, Co-Director RNA Therapeutics Institute)
Control of mRNA stability and translation in development; molecular mechanisms of RNAi (post-transcriptional gene silencing). RTI This link goes to an external web site

Alice Gardner, PhD - Adjunct Professor, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

George E. Wright, PhD - GLSynthesis

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