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Tom Kerppola Our laboratory investigates the regulation of transcription in mammalian cells. We use a variety of imaging approaches to visualize protein interactions and modifications in living cells and animals.  
Ormond MacDougald My lab focuses on understanding regulatory mechanisms for adipocyte differentiation and metabolism, including by microRNAs.  
Rick Mortensen 

The major goal of my laboratory has been to understand basic mechanisms in the pathophysiology, consequences and treatment of endocrine abnormalities particularly in obesity, diabetes and related cardiovascular and neurologic diseases. Recent focus has been on the function of drug targets that are clinically important nuclear receptors in immune modulation, and consequences in endocrine, neurologic and cardiovascular diseases. This has also been broadened to other ways of modulating immune function.  
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.  
Yatrik Shah Understand the mechanisms by which cellular oxygen levels regulate inflammation and cancer  
Lei Yin Protein degradation in circadian rhythm regulation. Metabolic function of circadian rhythms in diabetes  
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