Faculty with Secondary Appointments in CDB
- Bruce Appel — Professor Pediatrics
Identify genes that are targets for therapies to treat developmental, degenerative and cancerous diseases of the nervous system
- Kristin Artinger — Associate Professor Craniofacial Biology
Early Spinal Cord Development
- Nancy Bookstein — Associate Professor Physical Therapy
- David Clouthier — Associate Professor Craniofacial Biology
Signaling Pathways Regulating Craniofacial and Cardiovascular Development
- Stijn De Langhe — Assistant Professor National Jewish Health
Lung Development, Lung Stem Cells, and Lung Regeneration
- Brian Doctor — Associate Professor Gastroenterology
Using an array of molecular, cellular, microscopy and physiologic techniques, the Doctor Lab studies the physiology and pathophysiology of epithelial cells within the liver and kidney under normal and disease conditions.
- Mark Duncan — Professor Pediatrics
- Sue Kinnamon — Professor Otolaryngology
- Peter Koch — Professor Dermatology
Investigating the roles of cell adhesion molecules in cell signaling, tissue and organ formation and diseases
- Lee Niswander — Professor Pediatrics
Genetic and cellular mechanisms that control embryonic development
- Mike Pascoe - Senior Instructor Physical Therapy
Karl Pfenninger — Professor Pediatrics
Growth regulation and pathfinding of the growing and regenerating axon; amoeboid motility; regulation of cell adhesion.
- Tania Reis - Assistant Professor Endocrinology, Metabolism, and Diabetes
The Genetic Basis of Obesity and Neuronal Control of Energy Balance in Drosophila melanogaster.
- Mary Reyland — Professor Craniofacial Biology
Role of protein kinase C signaling in programmed cell death
- Susan Reynolds — Associate Professor National Jewish Health
Asthma, Cellular and Molecular Biology, COPD/Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease/Emphysema
- Virginia Winn — Assistant Professor Obstetrics and Gynecology
Understanding both normal and abnormal human placental development.
- Trevor Williams — Associate Professor Craniofacial Biology
Transcriptional control of mouse development and stem cell function
- Audrey Yee — Assistant Professor Pediatrics
Basic mechanisms of anticonvulsants and antiepileptogenic compounds and the cellular mechanisms of epilepsy