A Morning Glory Story: Evolutionary Implications of Flower Color
A central question in biology is how we can get such a rich diversity of life if we know that a sizable fraction of species (~25%) interbreed with one another.
Autoimmune disease mechanisms and nephrology research.
We are interested in working with an enthusiastic and inquisitive undergraduate student to assist in a laboratory-based research project exploring lung-kidney crosstalk and
Autonomous Medical IoT Systems
We are looking for students on several projects focused on medical Internet-of-Things (IoT)-based autonomous devices and systems.
Biosynthesis and mode of action of cofactors and antibiotics
We are recruiting motivated undergraduate students seeking wet lab research experience in biochemistry, chemical biology, and Bioorganic chemistry. Our group studies the biosynthesis and mode of a
Business Case Study: A Local NC Bank and the Global Financial Crisis
Calcium Signaling and ion channel function in muscle cells
Our lab studies the ways in which Ca2+ moves throughout the cell in order to carry out critical cellular processes including muscle contraction, gene expression and metabolism.
Gene regulation in development, regeneration, and cancer
All the cells in our body have the same genetic blueprint (DNA), but show distinct function, morphology, and gene expression patterns.
Immunology of Central Nervous System Infections
Our lab is dedicated to understanding barriers to central nervous system (CNS) infections. In particular, we study diseases that enter the body at the olfactory barrier.
Investigating the Antimicrobial Activity of Histatin Metallopeptides
Join Team Lethals!
We seek help for a project aiming to genetically map naturally occurring mutations in a
Maternal exposure to PFAS and birth outcomes
PFAS contamination in drinking water has been a serous local and national crisis.
The role of novel progesterone receptor in placental development
My lab has been interested in the function of a novel progesterone receptor, PGRMC2, in placental development.
Understanding the Effects of Top Predator Decline – ONLINE INTERNSHIP
The mesopredator release hypothesis predicts that the absence of top predators from an ecosystem results in an increased abundance of mid-sized carnivorous predators (i.e.