- 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.
Wolf-Dietrich Heyer & Neil Hunter are included in the newest class of fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). [Article]
Mariel Vazquez Receives Nation’s Top Math Prize at Blackwell-Tapia [Article]
Commodore St. Germain, a Biochemistry Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology (BMCDB) Graduate Group student in the Barlow lab, was awarded a Ruth L. Kirchstein NRSA predoctoral fellowship from the National Cancer Institute. Congratulations Commodore!
- Nek1 Regulates Rad54 to Orchestrate Homologous Recombination and Replication Fork Stability. [Heyer]
- Reinterpreting Long-Term Evolution Experiments: Is Delayed Adaptation an Example of Historical Contingency or a Consequence of Intermittent Selection? [Roth]
- BRCA2 regulates DMC1-mediated recombination through the BRC repeats. [Kowalczykowski]