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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.  
Carlos Andres Aguilar Our lab uses various types of in-vivo and in-vitro models in combination with genomic assays and high-throughput sequencing to study the molecular mechanisms of muscle regeneration, development and adaptation. We are particularly interested in the role of epigenetic and transcriptional regulation (chromatin, DNAme, RNA, miRNA, lncRNA) of muscle stem cells during responses to trauma, aging and exercise and use single-cell profiling, genome editing and cell-based therapeutics to understand these phenomena.   
Omar Ahmed   
Mohammed Akaaboune Synaptic development and maintenance Effect of high fat diet on the stability of neuromuscular synapses neuromuscular diseases   
Huda Akil Brain endocrine systems: stress, endorphins and dopamine  
Roger Albin   
Wayne Aldridge neuronal mechanisms of reward and movement behavior in the basal ganglia  
Ben Allen Cell surface regulation of Hedgehog signaling during mouse embryogenesis.  
Rick Altschuler 1) Noise Induced and Age - Related Hearing Loss: Underlying Mechanisms and Mechanism based therapeutics for prevention and treatment; 2) Molecular mechanisms in ACTIVITY DEPENDENT PLASTICITY and TINNITUS; 3) STEM CELLS to replace lost auditory nerve  
Arun Anantharam We study the molecular mechanisms of hormone trafficking, signaling, and secretion at the sympatho-adrenal synapse. Our goals are to understand these processes in the context of stress and stress transduction.  
Philip Andrews Major areas include the molecular architecture of organelles, phosphoprotein analysis and quantitative proteomics, interaction maps, and proteome informatics.  
Anthony Antonellis Identify and characterize loci involved in axonal and demyelinating peripheral neuropathies.  
David Antonetti Investigations into the formation and loss of the blood-brain and blood-retinal barrier in normal vascular biology, diabetes and cancer  
Justus Anumonwo Regulation of ion channel expression and assembly in the myocardium.   
Peter Arvan We focus on the molecular mechanisms of protein folding and trafficking in endocrine cells, and diseases of misfolding and mistargeting.   
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.  
Rich Auchus Steroid biosynthesis, enzymology, human diseases