Interdisciplinary Research

With a deep commitment to learning and investigation, the Center's interdisciplinary approach offers students a wide range of educational opportunities, both in basic and clinically oriented research laboratories. Transcriptional and translational control, cell cycle regulation, chromosome dynamics and transmission, development and differentiation, molecular genetics and cyto-
genetics, molecular mechanisms of mutagenesis, signal transduction, cancer and metastasis, viral disease, molecular mechanisms of diabetes, collagen diseases and arthritis, neurological and neuromuscular diseases, gene therapy, mitochondrial and cardiovascular diseases, and human reproductive biology are just some of the Center's areas of active research. Individual faculty research interests can be found here.