Skip to Content, Skip to Site Navigation, Skip to Section Navigation, Skip to Search
Indiana University Bloomington

Department of Biology

Graduate Studies

Genetics, Cellular & Molecular Sciences Training Grant

Trainees Currently Supported | Graduated Trainees


Trainees Previously Supported (who are still at IU)

Trainee, Year of Entry (Mentor) Research Topic
Ackerman, Matthew
2009
(Lynch)
Exploring the natural variation of mutation rates in Tetrahymena.
Baker, Luke
2011
(Kumar)
To elucidate the functional differences between the Drosophila Pax6 homologs Eyeless (Ey) and Twin of Eyeless (Toy).
Bree, Anna
2011
(Kearns)
The regulation of swarming motility in Bacillus subtilis and understanding the mechanism of the master regulator SwrA.
Brothwell, Julie
2010
(Nelson)
Host cytoskeletal modification in Chlamydia trachomatis infected HeLa cells.
Calvo, Rebecca
2009
(Kearns)
Understanding the regulation of flagellar synthesis in Bacillus subtilis and on the role of a sigma factor/anti-sigma factor interaction in this regulation.
Charles, Katherine
2007
(Lively)
The empirical analysis of the balance of costs and benefits for genome reassembly.
Deis, Siobhan
2011
(Dann)
The biochemical and biophysical study of the interactions between novel antifolate drugs and their biological targets in order to improve the development of specific and potent drugs for treating cancer and rheumatoid arthritis.
Feirer, Nathan
2011
(Fuqua)
The attachment process in the plant pathogen Agrobacterium tumefaciens.
Heckel, Brynn
2009
(Fuqua)
The control of bacterial surface attachment in Agrobacterium tumefaciens by an unusual periplasmic regulator called ExoR.
Kobey, Robert
2009
(Montooth)
Understanding adaptations to cold stress in the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster.
Kostyun, Jamie
2011
(Moyle)
Genetic and developmental changes contributing to floral evolution, and how divergence in floral form can lead to reproductive isolation and speciation among angiosperms.
Marasco, Michelle
2010
(Pikaard)
The roles of plant specific RNA polymerases IV and V in RNA-directed DNA Methylation (RdDM).
Moore, Alan
2011
(Mukhopadhyay)
The timing and subcellular localization requirements of nucleocapsid disassembly and genome deposition in the Alphavirus life cycle.
Morton III, Robert
2009
(Brun)
How histidine kinases and their putative localization aids affect the asymmetrical development of Caulobacter crescentus.
Muramatsu, Matthew
2011
(Nelson)
The intracellular bacterial pathogen Chlamydia trachomatis.
Niccum, Brittany
2011
(Foster)
To understand how the genomic stability, what types and where mutations occur, of the bacterium Escherichia coli is threatened, compromised, and/or maintained.
Ramsey, Jolene
2011
(Mukhopadhyay)
Using the Alphavirus 6K protein to understand the role of small membrane proteins in enveloped virus assembly and exit from host cells.
Sanfilippo, Joseph
2011
(Kehoe)
The regulation of a process known as “Type IV Chromatic Acclimation” (CA4) in a marine Synechococcus strain.
Washburn, Michael
2010
(Hundley)
The regulation of adenosine-to-inosine RNA editing in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Wendte, Jered
2011
(Pikaard)
Plant multi-subunit RNA polymerases IV and V and their role in RNA directed gene silencing.
Copyright © 2014 | The Trustees of Indiana University | Copyright Complaints | Privacy Notice Site Index | Contact Us