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David Golan
Dean for Graduate Education, Professor of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology

Our goals are to understand the molecular interactions controlling protein and lipid mobility and distribution in cell membranes, the roles these mechanisms play in interactions between cells, and the relationships between derangements in these mechanisms and the pathophysiology of disease.

Nathanael Gray
Nancy Lurie Marks Professor of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology in the Field of Medical Oncology

Our lab is interested in the following general questions: 1. How can small molecule inhibitors with selectivity towards a desired wild-type or drug-resistant kinase be efficiently developed? 2. How can we use kinase inhibitors to dissect the molecular wiring of signaling pathways? 3. What are the most efficient ways to develop small molecule modulators for protein targets for which no ligand is currently known? 4. How do you develop a small molecule modulator for biological pathways for which very little is known? 5.

Richard Gregory
Professor of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology

Our research is focused on identifying and characterizing new mechanisms of RNA regulation in the dynamic control of gene expression.