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Clark Center Faculty

photo of Drs. Todd Brinton, Joseph Wu, and Paul Yock in the Clark Center

Over 45 faculty from more than 20 different departments – along with all their students, postdoctoral trainees, and staff – reside in the Clark Center.

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Clark Center Faculty, Bio-X Affiliated Faculty
The Meyer laboratory seeks to understand how human cells sense hormones, growth factors and stress and how they integrate and transduce these signals to make decisions to polarize, move or divide.
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The Chu Lab develops and uses state-of-the-art technologies in spectroscopy and microscopy to interrogate biological systems.
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Dr. Guibas works on algorithms for sensing, modeling, reasoning, rendering, and acting on the physical world.
Seed Grant Committee Member, Bio-X Affiliated Faculty, Clark Center Faculty
Dr. Brunger's goal is to understand the molecular mechanism of synaptic neurotransmission.
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The Riedel-Kruse lab combines basic research and engineering approaches by working on biophysics of development and biotic games.
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The long-term goal of the Schnitzer lab's research is to advance experimental paradigms for understanding normal cognitive and disease processes at the level of neural circuits, with emphasis on learning and memory processes.
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Dr. Wandless's lab employs an interdisciplinary approach to studies of biological systems, combining a bit of synthetic chemistry with biochemistry, cell biology, and structural biology.

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