NameDepartmentScientific InterestEmailPhoneWebsite
Mark R. BrownEntomologyNeuroendocrinology of development, reproduction, and metabolism in insects; evolution of peptide hormone structure and functionmrbrown@uga.edu706-542-2317Visit site
Haini CaiCellular BiologyEnhancer-promoter specification in the Antennapedia Complex in Drosophiliahcai@uga.edu706-542-3329Visit site
Brian CondieGeneticsMouse developmental genetics, pharyngeal organ development, chromosome engineeringbcondie@uga.edu706-542-1431Visit site
Steve DaltonBiochemistry & Molecular BiologyCell cycle regulation in stem cellssdalton@uga.edu706-542-9857Visit site
Scott DouganCellular BiologyControl of cell fate specification and morphogenesis in zebrafishdougan@uga.edu706-583-8194Visit site
Chas EasleyEnvironmental Health ScienceMy lab is interested in developmental origins of health and disease (DOHaD). Specifically we are interested in how preconception exposures to environmental toxicants impact proper development and lead to disease states in subsequent generations.cae25@uga.edu706-542-2725Visit site
Jonathan EggenschwilerGeneticsSignaling and tissue patterning in mammalian developmentjeggensc@uga.edu706-542-2813Visit site
Jacek GaertigCellular BiologyCilia biogenesis, organelle size control and intracellular pattern formationjgaertig@uga.edu706-542-3409Visit site
Mary GollGeneticsmary.goll@uga.edu706-542-1927Visit site
Robert S. HaltiwangerBiochemistry & Molecular Biology, CCRCRole of glycosylation in regulating Notch signaling, assisting protein folding, and developmentrhalti@uga.edu 706-542-4151Visit site
Takahiro ItoBiochemistry &
Molecular Biology
Regulation of self-renewal in stem cells and cancerito@bmb.uga.edu706-542-0197Visit site
Daichi KamiyamaCellular BiologyMolecular mechanisms of neural circuit assemblydaichi.kamiyama@uga.edu706-542-3338Visit site
Lohitash KarumbaiahAnimal and Dairy ScienceChondroitin sulfate proteoglycans and their role in the nervous system lohitash@uga.edu706-542-2017Visit site
Edward KipreosCellular BiologyRegulation of cell division in Caenorhabditis elegansekipreos@uga.edu706-542-3862Visit site
Peter KnerEngineeringBio-imagingkner@engr.uga.edu706-542-8855Visit site
Jim LauderdaleCellular BiologyMolecular genetics of vertebrate eye and forebrain developmentjdlauder@uga.edu706-542-7433Visit site
Karl F. LechtreckCellular BiologyAssembly and maintenance of cilialechtrek@uga.edu706-542-0167Visit site
Hongxiang LiuRegenerative Bioscience CenterDevelopment of taste organslhx@uga.edu706-542-7048Visit site
Wolfgang LukowitzPlant BiologyMolecular mechanisms of early embryonic patterning in Arabidopsislukowitz@uga.edu706-542-9252Visit site
Nancy ManleyGeneticsMechanisms of thymus and parathyroid organogenesis in micenmanley@uga.edu706-542-5861Visit site
Amy MedlockBiochemistry and Molecular BiologyHeme homeostasis during embryogenesis and erythroid differentiationmedlock@uga.edu706-542-7843Visit site
Douglas MenkeGeneticsTbx genes and vertebrate limb evolutiondmenke@uga.edu706-542-9557Visit site
Allen J. MooreGeneticsCandidate gene studies of development of behaviorajmoore@uga.edu706-542-4423Visit site
Patricia J. MooreEntomologyThe role of nutrition on shaping reproductive potential and modulating life history trade-offspjmoore@uga.edu706-542-0169Visit site
Luke J. MortensenADS & Engineering In vivo optical microscopy and cell therapy for bone and tissue regeneration.luke.mortensen@uga.edu706-542-0985Visit site
Kristen J. NavaraPoultry ScienceInfluences of maternal hormones on programming of offspring phenotype.knavara@uga.edu706-542-1369Visit site
Ben ParrottOdum School of Ecology/Savannah River Ecology LaboratoryMechanisms underlying environmental influences on sex determination, sexual development, and reproductive health. benparrott@uga.edu803-725-7471Visit site
Michael PierceBiochemistry & Molecular Biology, CCRCGlycoprotein, cancer, stem cellshawkeye@uga.edu706-542-1702Visit site
Rachel Roberts-GalbraithCellular BiologyWe explore how regeneration proceeds successfully in nature, using freshwater flatworms called planarians as a model system. In particular, we are interested in how a planarian regenerates its central nervous system (CNS), making new neurons and connecting them faithfully again and again. robertsgalbraith@uga.edu706-542-9330Visit site
Cordula SchulzCellular BiologyTissue homeostasis from adult stem cells in Drosophilacschulz@uga.edu706-542-3515Visit site
Ping ShenCellular BiologyRegulation of neural development and behavior in Drosophilapshen@cb.uga.edu706-542-1220Visit site
Larry ShimketsMicrobiologyGenetics and physioogy of myxobacteriashimkets@uga.edu706-542-2681Visit site
Richard SteetBiochemistry & Molecular Biology, CCRCCraniofacial Development and Disease in Zebrafishrsteet@ccrc.uga.edu706-583-5550Visit site
Michael TiemeyerBiochemistry & Molecular Biology, CCRCDevelopmental neurobiology in Drosophilamtiemeyer@ccrc.uga.edu706-542-2740Visit site
Esther van der KnaapHorticultureRegulation of tomato fruit patterningvanderkn@uga.edu706-542-4682Visit site
Lianchun WangBiochemistry & Molecular Biology, CCRCVascular biology, tumor biology, and stem cell biologylwang@ccrc.uga.edu706-542-6445Visit site
Lance WellsBiochemistry & Molecular Biology, CCRCFunctional diversity of protein function by post-translational modificationslwells@ccrc.uga.edu706-542-7806Visit site
Christopher M. West Biochemistry & Molecular BiologyGlycoregulation and oxygen control of growth and development in social amoebae and other protists. westcm@uga.edu706-542-8486Visit site
Michael WhiteGeneticsSex chromosome evolution and the genetics of sex determinationwhitem@uga.edu706-542-2464Visit site
Yao YaoRegenerative Bioscience CenterStudy the behavior of enhancers in brain development, evolution and diseases; Engineer exosomes derived from neural stem cell to develop gene therapy strategy for neurodegenerative diseasesYao.Yao@uga.edu706-542-9767