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Lydia Arbogast, PhD
Phone: 453-1856
Our research area is reproductive neuroendocrinology with a focus on the cellular and molecular mechanisms for hormone action in the hypothalamus and the neuronal circuitry involved in the control of prolactin release from the anterior pituitary gland.
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Brent Bany, PhD.
Phone: 453-1596
Uterine and placental biology in mice and man.
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Xiang Cai , PhD.
Phone: 453-8212
To better understand the molecular basis of depression and antidepressants.
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Buffy Ellsworth , PhD.
Phone: 453-1539
We are interested in how forkhead transcription factors regulate pituitary gland development and function.
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Elizabeth Dawn Grisley, M.S.
Phone: 453-1518
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Buck Hales, PhD.
Phone: 453-1544
Dietary intervention for the prevention and treatment of ovarian cancer, in order to understand the role of oxidative stress and inflammation in hormonal carcinogenesis.
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Kanako Hayashi, PhD.
Phone: 453-1562
Uterine biology and Cancer biology.
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Phil Jensik, PhD.
Phone: 453-1525
Our laboratory studies the transcription factor deformed epidermal autoregulatory factor 1 (DEAF1)
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James Maclean II, PhD.
Phone: 453-1579
Our laboratory investigates the role of transcription factors and their upstream and downstream regulatory networks in relation to fertility using both male and female gonad models, placenta, and stem cells.
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Prema Narayan, Ph.D.
Phone: 453-1567
Role of gonadotropin hormones and receptors in reproductive physiology and pathophysiology.
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Peter Patrylo, PhD.
Phone: 453-6743
The role of neuronal circuits and networks in hippocampal function and dysfunction.
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Angela Raymer, M.S.
Phone: 453-7323
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Denise Zaczek, Ph.D.
Phone: 453-8470
Zhengui (Patrick) Zheng, Ph.D.
Phone: 453-8430
Developmental and molecular basis of sexual differentiation during vertebrate organogenesis