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Linda Samuelson Mechanisms of development and cell transformation in stomach and intestine; Notch pathway regulation of stem and progenitor cells; cell fate determination.  
Maria Sandkvist We are interested in the molecular mechanism of protein secretion in bacterial pathogens   
Darleen Sandoval My research is focused on understanding the role of the gut-brain axis to regulating energy and glucose homeostasis.   
Mark Saper Functional and structural studies of 1) capsule polysaccharide export from enteropathogenic E . coli, and 2) a lipoprotein essential for peptidoglycan cross-linking and its potential for anti-microbial development.   
Martin Sarter Attention, Schizophrenia, Aging, Cognition Enhancement, Regulation and Function of Forebrain Cholinergic Systems  
Maureen Sartor Bioinformatics, methods and tools for high-throughput analysis, ChIP-seq, gene expression, and enrichment testing; cancer epigenomics  
Les Satin Ion channel modulation in health, disease and injury states; regulation of ion channels by cell fuel metabolism and calcium ions. Interactions between cellular fuel metabolism and ion channels.   
Amr Sawalha Genomics and epigenomics of complex autoimmune diseases  
John Schiefelbein Our research is focused on understanding the molecular mechanisms that regulate cell differentiation and pattern formation.  
Ernestina Schipani My laboratory studies the role of the hypoxia signaling pathways in development and disease.   
Pat Schloss Microbial ecology of host-microbiome interactions; computational microbial ecology  
Tom Schmidt Physiology and ecology of host-associated and terrestrial microbial communities   
Santiago Schnell Prof. Schnell develops computational and mathematical models for the analysis of biochemical reactions and biophysical processes as they relate to cellular physiology phenomena.  
Jessica Schwartz Regulation of gene expression by growth hormone and related growth factors; signal transduction to the nucleus; mechanisms of insulin resistance; integrative physiology of human growth.  
Clayton Scott   
Audrey Seasholtz Studies in the Seasholtz laboratory examine the molecular regulation of the mammalian stress response, focusing especially on the CRH system and the corticosteroid receptors, especially as they relate to stress, depression, anxiety and addiction.   
Kimberley Seed Our research centers on the interactions between bacteria and their viral predators, bacteriophages, and how these interactions impact bacterial pathogenesis.  
Randy Seeley Focused on developing new treatments for obesity and diabetes using preclinical models.  
Ben Segal Interactions between the immune and central nervous systems in the context of Multiple Sclerosis, traumatic CNS injury and neurodegenerative disorders.   
JoAnn Sekiguchi DNA repair and recombination. Molecular mechanisms of lymphocyte development. Molecular genetics of human immunodeficiencies and genomic instability cancer predisposition syndromes.  
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