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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2005-2007 Programs, Faculty, and Courses BioMaPS 118 (Programs in Quantitative Biology)  

BioMaPS 118 (Programs in Quantitative Biology)

Degree Program Offered:Doctor of Philosophy

Director of Graduate Program:Professor Ronald M. Levy, Wright-Rieman Labs, Busch Campus (732/445-3947)

Members of the Graduate Faculty

Michael Andrec, Assistant Research Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Yale Computational chemistry of protein structure and dynamics

Edward Arnold, Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, FAS-NB/CABM/CINJ; Ph.D., Cornell Crystallographic studies of human viruses and viral proteins

David E. Axelrod, Professor of Genetics, FAS-NB/CINJ; Ph.D., Tennessee Cellular and molecular oncology; tumor-cell proliferation

Jean S. Baum, Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, FAS-NB; Ph.D., California (Berkeley) Structural studies of proteins by nuclear magnetic resonance techniques

Helen Berman, Board of Governors Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, FAS-NB/WIM; Ph.D., Pittsburgh X-ray crystallographic and molecular modeling studies of biological molecules

Ira Black, Professor of Neuroscience and Cell Biology, UMDNJ-RWJMS/CINJ; M.D., Harvard Environmental regulation of neuronal gene expression and information flow in the nervous system; brain growth and trophic factors; stem cell biology

Kenneth J. Breslauer, Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, FAS-NB/ CINJ; Ph.D., Yale Biopolymer structures and drug-nucleic acid interactions

Bernard D. Coleman, Professor of Thermomechanics, SE; Ph.D., Yale Continuum mechanics, analysis

Monica Driscoll, Professor of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, FAS-NB/CINJ; Ph.D., Harvard C. elegansdevelopmental genetics; molecular mechanisms of inherited neurodegeneration

Stanley M. Dunn, Professor of Bioengineering, SE; Ph.D., Maryland; Ph.D., Free University of Amsterdam Quantitative radiography; bone densitometry; image analysis microscopy

Richard Ebright, Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB/WIM/CINJ; Ph.D., Harvard Protein-DNA interaction; protein engineering; regulation of gene expression

Martin Farach-Colton, Associate Professor of Computer Science, FAS-NB; M.D., Johns Hopkins; Ph.D., Maryland Computational biology; design and analysis of algorithms

Marc R. Gartenberg, Associate Professor of Pharmacology, UMDNJ-RWJMS/ CINJ; Ph.D., Yale Nuclear organization of DNA; chromosome structure; yeast plasmid segregation

Israel Gelfand, Distinguished Visiting Professor of Mathematics, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Moscow State Mathematics; artificial intelligence; neuroanatomy; cell biology

Jody Hey, Professor of Genetics, FAS-NB; Ph.D., SUNY (Stony Brook) Evolution, speciation, human origins, recombination, natural selection, codon bias

Tomasz Imielinski, Professor of Information and Computer Science, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Polish Academy of Sciences Mobile wireless computing; data mining

Lev Ioffe, Professor of Physics, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics Condensed-matter theory

Kenneth D. Irvine, Associate Professor of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, FAS-NB/WIM/CINJ; Ph.D., Stanford Cell signaling and growth control during Drosophiladevelopment

Rebecka Jornsten, Assistant Professor of Statistics, FAS-NB; Ph.D., California (Berkeley) Interface of information theory and statistics; analysis of gene expression data

Casimir Kulikowski, Board of Governors Professor of Computer Science, FAS-NB/ WIM; Ph.D., Hawaii Artificial intelligence; pattern recognition; imaging; biomedical applications

Joel Lebowitz, George William Hill Professor of Mathematics and Director of the Center for Mathematical Sciences Research/Professor of Physics, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Syracuse Mathematical physics; statistical mechanics

Jeehiun Katherine Lee, Associate Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Harvard Biological and organic reactivity, recognition, and catalysis; computational chemistry; mass spectrometry

Ronald M. Levy, Board of Governors Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Harvard Biophysical chemistry, structure and dynamics of macromolecules; chemical physics

Aram Mekjian, Professor of Physics, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Maryland Theoretical nuclear physics

Joachim Messing, Professor of Molecular Biology, Director, Waksman Institute, FAS-NB/WIM; Ph.D., Munich Molecular biology of higher plants; M13 cloning, sequencing, gene synthesis

Dimitri Metaxas, Professor of Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Toronto Physics-based modeling; computer graphics and animation; computational vision; medical imaging

Prabhas Moghe, Associate Professor of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, SE; Ph.D., Minnesota Bioengineering and microarchitecture of polymeric tissue analogs; cell-biomaterial interactions; tissue engineering of liver, skin, and blood vessels; fluid flow and "cellular stress engineering"; quantitative 3-D reconstructive confocal microscopy

Gaetano Montelione, Professor of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, FAS-NB/ CABM/CINJ; Ph.D., Cornell Protein NMR spectroscopy, molecular recognition, rational drug design, structural bioinformatics

Wilma Olson, Mary I. Bunting Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, FAS-NB/CINJ; Ph.D., Stanford Theoretical studies of nucleic acid structure and properties

Richard W. Padgett, Professor of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, FAS-NB/WIM/CINJ; Ph.D., North Carolina (Chapel Hill) Molecular genetics of development in Drosophila and C. elegans

Smita Patel, Professor of Biochemsitry, UMDNJ-RWJMS; Ph.D., Tufts Structure-function and dynamics of enzyme-catalyzed processes involved in genome replication and transcription

Vladimir Pavlovic, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Illinois (Urbana-Champaign) Applied machine learning and probabilistic inference, bioinformatics, computer vision, and human-computer interaction

Arnold B. Rabson, Professor of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, UMDNJ-RWJMS/CABM, Associate Director for Basic Science, CINJ; Ph.D., Brown HIV, HTLV-1, NF-kB, cancer, lymphomas, transcription, gene expression, oncogenesis

Danny Reinberg, Distinguished Professor of Biochemistry, UMDNJ-RWJMS/ CINJ; Ph.D., Einstein Regulation of gene expression

Fred Roberts, Professor of Mathematics, Director, DIMACS, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Stanford Discrete mathematical models; graph theory; decision making; measure- ment theory

Charles Roth, Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, SE; Ph.D., Delaware Molecular bioengineering; gene-based technologies; cell systems engineering

Andrei Ruckenstein, Professor of Physics, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Cornell Complex biological systems; transcription regulation; gene repair; biological regulatory networks; computational developmental biology

Anirvan Sengupta, Associate Professor of Physics, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Tata Institute, Bombay Information processing systems in cell biology; signal transduction networks and transcriptional circuits; statistical physics; signal processing and network analysis

Konstantin Severinov, Associate Professor of Genetics, FAS-NB/WIM; Ph.D., Russian Academy of Sciences Structure and function of RNA polymerases from eubacteria and yeasts

Lawrence Shepp, Professor of Statistics, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Princeton Pure and applied probability tomography

William H. Sofer, Professor of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, FAS-NB/WIM; Ph.D., Miami Genetic algorithms for predicting secondary structure of proteins

Eduardo Sontag, Professor of Mathematics, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Florida System and control theory

Ruth Steward, Professor of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, FAS-NB/WIM/CINJ; Ph.D., Basel Nuclear migration, RNA localization and patterning in Drosophila

Ann M. Stock, Professor of Biochemistry, UMDNJ-RWJMS/CABM/CINJ; Ph.D., California (Berkeley) Structure and function of signal transduction proteins

David Talaga, Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, FAS-NB; Ph.D., California (Los Angeles) Single molecule studies of inorganic and biological polymers; vibrational spectroscopy

Jay Tischfield, Professor of Genetics, FAS-NB/CINJ; Ph.D., Yale Gene regulation, human genetics diseases

Andrew Vershon, Professor of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, FAS-NB/WIM/CINJ; Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology Regulation of gene expression in yeast

John Westbrook, Associate Research Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Rutgers Databases for protein and nucleic acid structures

Martin Yarmush, Visiting Professor of Biomedical Engineering, SE; Ph.D., Rockefeller; M.D. Yale Tissue engineering, metabolic engineering, genomics and proteomics, stem cell bioengineering

Norman Zabusky, Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, SE; Ph.D., California Institute of Technology Fluid dynamics; computational and analytical; nonlinear dynamical systems


 
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