Professor of Biology
Non-coding RNAs: Study of natural functions of non-coding RNAs in the cell and programming of RNA pathways for new functions in vivo. Non-coding RNAs as determinants of epigenetic states. The link between RNA- and chromatin-based epigenetic mechanisms.
Linus Pauling Professor of Chemical Engineering, Bioengineering and Biochemistry; Director, Donna and Benjamin M. Rosen Bioengineering Center
Directed evolution, synthetic biology, protein engineering, biocatalysis, biofuels
President Emeritus; Robert Andrews Millikan Professor of Biology
Signal transduction, transcriptional regulation and cell cycle controls.
David Baltimore Professor of Biology and Bioengineering; Executive Officer for Biology and Biological Engineering
HIV, protein design, antibody therapeutics, structural immunology.
Teaching Professor of Biology and Biological Engineering
Professor of Biology and Biological Engineering
Spatial Genomics
Lecturer in Biology and Biological Engineering
Esther M. and Abe M. Zarem Professor of Bioengineering and Aeronautics; Executive Officer for Biology and Biological Engineering
Neurophysiology, Decision, Behavior
Professor of Biology and Bioengineering; Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Synthetic and systems biology; gene circuit dynamics in cell and developmental circuits.
Hans W. Liepmann Professor of Aeronautics and Bioinspired Engineering; Director, Graduate Aerospace Laboratories; Director, Center for Autonomous Systems and Technologies
Biofluid dynamics, biomechanics, cardiac assist devices, advanced diagnostics
Professor of Neuroscience and Biological Engineering; Investigator, Heritage Medical Research Institute; Director, Center for Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience, 2017-.
Neurotechnologies to understand and repair nervous systems
Ethel Wilson Bowles and Robert Bowles Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Director of the Jacobs Institute for Molecular Engineering for Medicine
Global health; Microbial communities and biophysics of the gut microbiome; Diagnostics and Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing (AST); Microfluidics and single-molecule and single-cell analyses; Complex networks of reactions, cells and organisms.
Bren Professor of Biology and Chemistry
Mayo's focus has been the coupling of theoretical, computational, and experimental approaches for the study of structural biology. In particular, he has placed a major emphasis on developing quantitative methods for protein design with the goal of developing a fully systematic design strategy.
Anne P. and Benjamin F. Biaggini Professor of Biological Sciences
My goal is to understand the function of neuronal circuits. By "circuit" I mean a brain structure with many neurons that has some anatomical and functional identity and exchanges signals with other brain circuits. Most of our work has focused on the retina and the olfactory bulb, with some explorations into the visual cortex and the insect antennal lobe.
George W. Beadle Professor of Biology; Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Integrated regulatory networks underlying plant development.
Thomas E. and Doris Everhart Professor of Control and Dynamical Systems and Bioengineering; William K. Bowes Jr. Leadership Chair, Division of Biology and Biological Engineering
Feedback and control in biological circuits, synthetic biology, molecular programming.
Bren Professor of Computational Biology and Computing and Mathematical Sciences
Computational and experimental methods for genomics. Currently focused on the development of single cell sequencing based technologies and their application to RNA biology.
Assistant Professor of Biology and Biological Engineering
Genetic, genomic and neurobiological basis of symbiotic interactions in animals.
Fred and Nancy Morris Professor of Biophysics, Biology, and Physics
Physical Biology of the Cell; Biophysical Theory; Single-molecule Experiments; Single-cell Experiments
Professor of Applied and Computational Mathematics and Bioengineering
Biological engineering, chemical engineering, computational mathematics, molecular programming, chemical biology, synthetic biology.
Professor of Bioengineering
Designing and constructing artificial molecular systems that exhibit programmable behaviors such as recognizing molecular events from their environment, processing information, making decisions, taking actions, learning, and evolving
Research Professor of Bioengineering, Computing and Mathematical Sciences, and Computation and Neural Systems
Frank J. Roshek Professor of Physics, Applied Physics, and Bioengineering
Nanobiotechnology; Nanotechnology; Nanoscale Physics; Nanoscale and Molecular Mechanics
Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering; Investigator, Heritage Medical Research Institute
Molecular and cellular engineering, non-invasive imaging and control of biological function, neuroscience, nanotechnology, synthetic biology.
Professor of Computation and Neural Systems; Executive Officer for Computation and Neural Systems
Network Mechanisms of Learning and Memory, Systems Neuroscience, Computational Neuroscience, Machine Learning, Bioengineering, Neurotechnology.
Bren Professor of Biology
Systems biology of C. elegans development; Neural circuits underlying sex and sleep; Nematode functional genomics and chemical ecology; Text mining.
Assistant Professor of Computational Biology; Investigator, Heritage Medical Research Institute
Single-Cell Genomics
Professor of Biology; T&C Chen Center for Systems Neuroscience Leadership Chair; Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute; Director, T&C Chen Center for Systems Neuroscience
Neural Mechanisms for Visual Perception
Assistant Professor of Biology and Biological Engineering
Study of living systems
Assistant Professor of Biology and Biological Engineering
Synthetic genomes, life forms and functions
Thomas G. Myers Professor of Electrical Engineering, Bioengineering, and Medical Engineering
Novel microscopy development and time-reversal based optical focusing.
Bren Professor of Biology and Biological Engineering
Developmental plasticity, cell fate specification and morphogenesis in the mouse and human embryo