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Elliott Ross Lab

Our group is interested in how cells process information, particularly through heterotrimeric G proteins. 

  • Elliott M. Ross, Ph.D.
G proteins
Cell and Molecular Biology Molecular Biophysics

Elmquist Lab

The Elmquist laboratory uses mouse genetics to identify circuits in the nervous system that regulate energy balance and glucose homeostasis. We have developed unique mouse models allowing neuron-specific manipulation of genes regulating these processes.

  • Joel Elmquist, D.V.M., Ph.D.

Erzberger Lab

Jan’s Lab is interested in understanding the dynamics of protein-RNA complexes during ribosome biogenesis. We are particularly focused on the roles of ATPases in coordinating ribosomal RNA processing and remodeling events, as well as the importance of these enzymes in signaling between the ribosome biogenesis pathway and the cell cycle machinery.

  • Jan Erzberger, Ph.D.
Ribosomes
Molecular Biophysics