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Alumni of the Genetics & Genome Sciences Program 

Mohita Tagore Mohita Tagore

Dissertation: Dual Role of PU.1 in Enhancer Priming in Macrophages (Abstract)
Advisor: Monique Floer
Graduated: Spring 2017

Sahra Uygen Sahra Uygen

Dissertation: Using Transcriptome and Data Science Methods to Uncover Gene Regulatory and Functional Information (Abstract)
Advisor: Shin-Han Shiu
Graduated: Spring 2017

Nanda Sasi Nanda Sasi

Dissertation: The Role of DBF4-Dependent Kinase (DDK) in Maintaining Genome Stability (Abstract)
Advisor: Michael Weinreich
Graduated: Spring 2017

Joseph Patterson Joseph Patterson

Dissertation: A Role for ΔFOSB in the Regulation of Parkin in Brain Regions Containing Differentially Susceptible Dopaminergic Neurons (Abstract)
Advisor: Keith Lookingland
Graduated: Fall 2016

Kurtulus Kok Kurtulus Kok

Dissertation: Genome-wide Analysis of Trascriptional Repression Mechanisms in the Drosophila Embryo (Abstract)
Advisor: David Arnosti
Graduated: Summer 2016

Sandra Raehtz Sandra Raehtz

Dissertation: Intestinal Bamer Function Alters Bone Density (Abstract)
Advisor: Laura McCabe
Graduated: Summer 2016

Sander Frank Sander Frank

Dissertation: Investigating a Mechanism for p38-MAPK Regulation of Notch in Prostate Epithelial Differentiation (Abstract)
Advisor: Cindy Miranti
Graduated: Spring 2016

Sherif Abd El Fattah Sherif Abd El Fattah

Dissertation: Fra-1 Level in Aggressive Cancer Cell Lines under Serum Starved State and its Impact on an Autocrine Loop (Abstract)
Advisor: Michele Fluck
Graduated: Fall 2015

Jiying Li Jiying Li

Dissertation: Dissecting the Role of Peroxisomes in Modulating Environmental Stress Response and Photosynthesis (Abstract)
Advisor: Jianping Hu
Graduated: Fall 2015

Paige Winkler Paige Winkler

Dissertation: CNGB1 Mutation In Papillon Dogs: The Idenificaiton, Characterization and Cure (Abstract)
Advisor: Simon Peterson-Jones
Graduated: Fall 2015

Shahnaz Masani Shahnaz Masani

Dissertation: The Role of Switch Region DNA and Protein Factors in Immunoglobulin Class Switch Recombination (Abstract)
Advisor: Kefei Yu
Graduated: Summer 2015

Aritro Nath Aritro Nath

Dissertation: Investigating the Role of Elevated Free Fatty Acids in Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transition of Helpatocellular Carcinoma (Abstract)
Advisor: Christina Chan
Graduated: Summer 2015

Marcelo Campos Marcelo Campos

Dissertation: The Role of Jaz Proteins in the Regulation of Plant Growth and Defense (Abstract
Advisor: Gregg Howe
Graduated: Summer 2015

Arkadeep Sinha Arkadeep Sinha

Dissertation: Molecular Differences Between Epithelial & Mesenchymal Cells as Candidates for Theraputic Targets and Biomarkers for Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma (Abstract)
Advisor: Brian Haab
Graduated: Fall 2014

Ferzin Sethna Ferzin Sethna

Dissertation: Investigating Novel Therapeutic Targets for the Treatment of Fragile X Syndrome (Abstract)
Advisor: Hongbing Wang
Graduated: Fall 2014

Tamer Mansour Tamer Mansour

Dissertation: Determining the Role of Irf6 in T Cell Development and Functional Commitment (Abstract)
Advisor: Brian Schutte
Graduated: Fall 2014

Evin Hildebrandt Evin Hildebrandt

Dissertation: Identifying the Genetics Basis of Attenuation in Marek's Disease Virus via Experimental Evolution (Abstract)
Advisor: Hans Cheng
Graduated: Fall 2014

Arianna Smith Arianna Smith

Dissertation: Determining the role of IRF6 in Oogenesis and Extra Embryonic Development (Abstract)
Advisor: Brian Schutte
Graduated: Fall 2014

Megha Gulati Megha Gulati

Dissertation: Investigating the Role of Essential GTPase RbgA in the Assembly of the Large Ribosomal Subunit in Bacillus Subtillis (Abstract)
Advisor: Robert Britton
Graduated: Summer 2014

Ashwini Phadnis Ashwini Phadnis

Dissertation: Mechanisms Underlying 2,3,7,8- tetrachlorodibenzo-p- dioxin-Mediated Suppression of B Cell Activation and Differentiation (Abstract)
Advisor: Norbert Kaminski
Graduated: Summer 2014

Genetics & Genome Sciences Program Office:
2168 Biomedical & Physical Sciences
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Ml 48824-4320 USA
Phone: 517-884-5299
Email: genetics@msu.edu

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We are closed from 12:30pm-1pm for lunch.

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