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Goncalo Abecasis My lab is focused on the genetic dissection of complex traits, such as obesity, in humans. We develop statistical methods, direct the design and analysis of very large studies including tens of thousands of participants, and evaluate new molecular techniques.  
Julia Adler-Milstein Julia Adler-Milstein is an Assistant Professor at the School of Information with a joint appointment in the School of Public Health (Health Management and Policy). Her research focuses on policy and management issues related to the use of IT in healthcare delivery. Her expertise is in health information exchange and she has conducted three national surveys of health information organizations. She also studies the productivity and efficiency of electronic health records.  
Philip Andrews Major areas include the molecular architecture of organelles, phosphoprotein analysis and quantitative proteomics, interaction maps, and proteome informatics.  
Brian D. Athey, Ph.D. Integrative Biomedical Informatics" and "Translational Bioinformatics", and "Computational Multiscale Modeling and Simulation of Macroscopic and Microscopic Biological Systems   
Sara Aton The effects of sensory experience and sleep on neural circuits, mechanisms underlying nervous system plasticity and memory formation.  
James R. Baker, Jr. Research in nanoemulsion based adjuvant vaccine development and nanoemulsion based wound infection prevention. Dendrimer based bio-medical applications.  
Ul Balis Numerical analysis and interpretation of digital histological (whole-slide) data sets   
Scott Barolo Research Interests: Gene regulation and cell signaling in development; Structure, function, and evolution of transcriptional enhancers.   
Michael Boehnke Statistical genetics, complex diseases, and human gene mapping, with application to type 2 diabetes and bipolar disorder  
Victoria Booth Computational neuroscience focuses on constructing and analyzing biophysical models of neurons and neuronal networks to quantitatively probe experimental hypotheses and provide experimentally-testable predictions.   
Alan Boyle We aim to combine computational and wet lab strategies to answer questions related to the transcriptional regulatory control of human genes using genomic tools.  
Charles L. Brooks III Theoretical and computational approaches are used to model biophysical processes from protein folding and virus assembly to protein-ligand/drug interactions.  
Charles Burant Using multi 'omics approach, including high throughput metabolomics, we seek to understand the interaction between genetics and nutrients in the development of disease.  
Margit Burmeister Identifying genes involved in behavioral, neurological & psychiatric diseases, novel genetic techniques, gene expression, bioinformatics.  
Dan Burns DNA structure and dynamics; 4D nucleome and dynamics of chromatin related to .  
Sally A. Camper, Ph.D. bioinformatics, cancer, developmental biology, gene expression, genetics of disease, hearing research, hormone action, neuroscience, organogenesis reproductive biology, signaling, skeletal development, stem cell research  
Heather Carlson Our studies broadly focus on protein dynamics and the molecular recognition between ligands and proteins, from the fundamental biophysics of ligand binding to applied drug discovery.  
Andrew Chang   
Andrew Chang   
Vivian G Cheung Human Genetics; Regulation of Gene Expression; Gene Transcription and RNA Processing  
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