Bookmark and Share
|
  • Text +
  • Text -

Department Faculty

David Becker David Becker, Associate Professor

Plant physiology, growth, and development; structure and function of photosynthetic membranes; plant responses to environmental stresses
Seaver Biology 237
909.621.8602
e-mailmore about me
Andre Cavalacanti André Cavalcanti, Associate Professor

Genomics, computational biology, molecular phylogeny
Seaver Biology 37
909.607.0003
e-mailmore about mepersonal page
Cris Cheney Cris Cheney, Associate Professor

Developmental genetics; vesicular transport and mRNA localization in Drosophila oogenesis and embryogenesis
Seaver Biology 121
909.621.8605
e-mailmore about melab website
EJ Crane EJ Crane, Associate Professor

Biochemistry; Hydrothermal Vent Organisms; Hyperthermophiles; Sulfur respiration; Astrobiology; Extreme Environments; Deep Sea Microbiology
Seaver Biology 021
909.607.0634
e-mailmore about me
Fran Hanzawa Frances Hanzawa, Associate Professor

Evolution and ecology, especially of plants; population genetic and demographic consequences of seed dispersal; plant-animal interactions
Seaver Biology 113
909.621.8601
e-mailmore about me
Laura Hoopes Laura Hoopes, Professor

Molecular biology of aging; DNA repair as a possible age protection mechanism
Seaver Biology 21
909.607.7438
e-mailmore about mepersonal page
Karl Johnson Karl Johnson, Associate Professor

Developmental neurobiology; molecular biology of axon guidance and synapse formation, roles of extracellular matrix proteoglycans in central nervous system development.
Seaver Biology 212
909.607.0069
e-mailmore about melab website
avatar Kris Kaiser, Visiting Assistant Professor

Seaver South 217
909.607.0880
e-mail
Nina Karnovsky Nina Karnovsky, Associate Professor and Chair

Ecology, oceanography; the impact of climate change on polar marine foodwebs
Seaver Biology 122
909.607.9794
e-mailmore about meresearch blog
woodrat nationarctic research
Rachel Levin Rachel Levin, Associate Professor

Behavioral ecology and behavioral endocrinology; evolution of communication signals and mating systems; origin of sex differences in behavior
Seaver Biology 139
909.621.8632
e-mailmore about me
Daniel Martinez Daniel Martínez, Professor

Evolution of aging; phylogeny and biogeography of hydra; volcanic thermophylic communities
Seaver Biology 114
909.607.7926
e-mailmore about melab website
Wallace Meyer Wallace Meyer, Assistant Professor and Director of the Bernard Field Station

Ecology & Conservation Biology, Preservation and Restoration of Coastal Sage Scrub Ecosystems
Bernard Field Station Office
909.398.1751
e-mailmore about me
Jon Moore Jonathan Moore, Assistant Professor and

Laboratory Coordinator

The evolutionary origins of adaptive immunity.
Seaver South 128
909.607.8607
e-mailmore about me
Tina Negritto Tina Negritto, Director of Molecular Biology

The study of genome maintenance mechanisms in particular DNA recombination between short homologous sequences and how it can affect genome instability
Seaver Biology 221
909.607.9632
e-mailmore about me
Sara Olson Sara Olson, Assistant Professor

The study of eggshell assembly in nematodes
Seaver Biology 022
909.607.0072
e-mailmore about me
avatar Melissa Petreaca, Visiting Assistant Professor

Seaver Biology 236
909.607.3459
e-mail
Len Seligman Lenny Seligman, Professor

Microbial molecular genetics; structure and function of protein/DNA interactions
Seaver Biology 222
909.621.8608
e-mailmore about me
Bruce Telzer Bruce Telzer, Professor

Cell biology; mechanisms of mitosis and intracellular motility; biochemistry of microtubules and molecular motors
Seaver Biology 22
909.621.8215
e-mailmore about me
Jonathan Wright Jonathan Wright, Professor and Associate Dean

Comparative physiology and ecology of invertebrates, particularly crustaceans; evolutionary physiology of terrestrial colonization
Seaver Biology 11
909.621.8603
e-mailmore about mepersonal website