- Mary Sue Coleman Director and Research Professor, Life Sciences Institute
- Vice Provost and Director, UM Biosciences Initiative
- Professor of Molecular & Integrative Physiology
Melanocortin receptor drug discovery for treatment of eating disorders and dietary obesity.
Associate Professor of Medicinal Chemistry
The Garner Laboratory uses chemical biology, medicinal chemistry and molecular and cellular biology approaches to investigate the high-risk/high-reward areas of targeting microRNAs, RNA-protein and protein-protein interactions for probe and drug discovery.
Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering; Assistant Professor of Biological Chemistry
Protein Organelles, Cellular Organization, Microbiome, Natural Products, Microbial Metabolism, cryo-EM
Research Professor, Life Sciences Institute; James V. Neel Distinguished University Professor and Warner-Lambert/Parke-Davis Professor, Internal Medicine, Human Genetics and Pediatrics; Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Molecular genetics of blood clotting
Associate Professor of Pathology
Drug design, development of small molecules for targeted therapies in cancer, protein-protein interactions
Professor of Chemistry
High End Mass Spectrometry Methods for Biomolecular Structure Elucidation
Associate Professor of Pharmacology
Protein regulation by Ubiquitin-like post-translational modifications, mechanism of action and pathobiology of steroid hormone receptors, basic mechanisms of transcriptional regulation, drug discovery and development
William Roush Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biophysics
Uncovering the mechanisms and functional roles of ncRNAs in disease progression using a combination of biomolecular NMR and other biophysical and structural tools.
- Chair of the Department of Chemistry
Hobart H Willard Distinguished University Professor of Chemistry; Professor of Pharmacology
Signal transduction analysis in neuroendocrine systems, drug-screening
Professor of Biological Chemistry
Molecular interactions in living cells, nucleoprotein complex binding specificity and dynamics, protein modifications in living cells, chromatin and epigenetic regulation, transcription regulatory mechanisms
Assistant Professor of Medicinal Chemistry
Natural product drug discovery from plants
Richard Smalley Distinguished University Professor of Chemistry, Physics and Applied Physics and Biomedical Engineering
Biochemical Imaging In-Vivo; Nanostructures for Biomedical Applications; Machine Learning based Cancer Cell Studies
Assistant Professor of Chemistry; Assistant Professor of Biophysics
Examining how biomolecular structure contributes to the processing pathways of two classes of molecules essential for human health: mitochondrial RNAs ((mt)RNAs) and vitamin B12.
Seyhan N. Ege Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Cells employ a vast arsenal of tactics to control gene expression - including chemically modifying biomolecules to regulate their biogenesis, function, and stability. In the Koutmou lab we study the post-transcriptional modification of messenger RNAs (mRNAs). The prevalence and significance of mRNA modification is rapidly being recognized; perturbations in mRNA modification are now linked to diseases including obesity, cancers and diabetes. The goal of our work is to understand how enzymatic mRN