- Current faculty members utilize molecular genetics to study the biology of individual microbes and also use microbial and non-microbial models for the study of specific cellular processes, including recombination, stress responses, aging, cancer, DNA repair, and mutagenesis.
May 4 at 4:10 pm Dr. John Roth, “Uprooting the tree of life”, Life Sciences room 1022
May 11 at 4:10 pm Dr. Emina Stojkovic (Northeastern Univ.), Life Sciences room 1022
May 18 at 4:10 pm Dr. Emma Skoog (Solnick Lab), “Host Immunity Modulates H. pylori Virulence by Altering Integrin Binding”, Life Sciences room 1022
The National Blackwell-Tapia Committee is pleased to announce that the 2016 Blackwell-Tapia Prize will be awarded to Mariel Vazquez, a professor in the departments of mathematics and of microbiology and molecular genetics at the University of California, Davis. (more…)
Congratulations to Lifeng Xu for her promotion to Associate Professor effective July 1, 2016. The department is proud of her success obtaining tenure at the University of California, Davis.
Professor Neil Hunter is elected Fellow in the American Academy of Microbiology. Congratulations! (more…)
- Nonsense-mediated decay regulates key components of homologous recombination. [Heyer]
- BRCA2 regulates DMC1-mediated recombination through the BRC repeats. [Kowalczykowski]
- Waves of actin and microtubule polymerization drive microtubule-based transport and neurite growth before single axon formation. [Collins]
Awards & Fellowships
Congratulations to undergraduate researchers Kavita Dutta (Collins Lab), Jennifer Liang (Singer Lab) and Hui-shun (Nestor) Huang (Xu Lab), recipients of this year’s Schilling Undergraduate Research Award! The award is given to to undergraduates within the College of Biological Sciences who have demonstrated excellent research and investigative ability in a current lab assignment, are collaborative, and possess a great attitude.