Leighton Core, Assistant Professor; Ph.D.: RNA transcription and processing; maintenance of cellular states; genomic techniques and bioinformatics
Kenneth Campellone, Assistant Professor; Ph.D.: Inherited diseases; genetic modifiers of disease; aging, autophagy, and apoptosis.
John H. Malone, Assistant Professor; Ph.D.: Gene dosage, dosage compensation sex determination, sex chromosomes, genome balance, and genome evolution.
Barbara Mellone, Associate Professor; Ph.D.: Genome inheritance and stability, chromosome dynamics during cell division, epigenetics.
Craig Nelson, Associate Professor; Ph.D.: Molecular biological, genetic, genomic, and computational analysis of the evolution of developmental processes and organismal complexity.
Michael O’Neill, Associate Professor; Ph.D.: Molecular genetics of vertebrate development; molecular mechanisms of genomic imprinting; evolution of genomic imprinting; genetics of imprinting and behavior.
Rachel O’Neill, Professor; Ph.D.: Genome stability; cancer genomics; genome function, evolution and remodeling; retroelements; epigenetics.
Ping Zhang, Associate Professor; Ph.D.: Drosophila chromosome structure and function; P element insertional mutagenesis; unusual transcriptional regulation of heterochromatin; Y chromosome genes required for spermatogenesis.
Longo, Mark, Assistant Professor-in-Residence, teaches in the field of genetics, bioinformatics and RNA biology.
Spurling, Colleen, Assistant Professor-in-Residence, teaches in the field of human genetics and forensics.
Linda Strausbaugh, Professor Emeritus, Ph.D.: Structure, function and evolution of multigene families; fungal communities in human health and disease; historical and forensic genetics.