Bloomington

Epigenetics, Genomics and Chromatin

The regulated expression of genes is critical for normal cellular homeostasis. Defects in this process are associated with uncontrolled proliferation commonly associate with tumorigenesis. Research faculty in this group share an interest in the mechanisms governing genome organization, regulated gene expression, chromatin structure, and the fidelity of chromosome distribution during mitosis and meiosis.

IU School of Medicine Faculty Investigators

Brian R. Calvi, PhD

Brian R. Calvi, PhD

Adjunct Professor of Medical & Molecular Genetics, Medical Sciences Program
Richard L. Carpenter, PhD

Richard L. Carpenter, PhD

Assistant Professor of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Medical Sciences Program
Anirban K. Mitra, PhD

Anirban K. Mitra, PhD

Assistant Professor of Medical & Molecular Genetics, Medical Sciences Program
Kenneth P. Nephew, PhD

Kenneth P. Nephew, PhD

Professor of Cellular & Integrative Physiology, Medical Sciences Program
Heather M. O'Hagan, PhD

Heather M. O'Hagan, PhD

Assistant Professor of Medical & Molecular Genetics, Medical Sciences Program
Claire E. Walczak, PhD

Claire E. Walczak, PhD

Assistant Director of Research, Medical Sciences Program