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Madabhushi Lab

Our research aims to obtain a comprehensive picture of how genomic stability and chromatin dynamics affect neuronal functions, including learning behaviors, and to apply this knowledge to combat neurological disorders.

  • Ram Madabhushi, Ph.D.
Chromatin dynamics

Maddipati Lab

Using novel multi-omics approaches and model systems to treat pancreatic cancer

  • Ravi Maddipati, M.D.

Madhuranthakam Lab

Research in our laboratory is focused on the development and evaluation of various novel magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques to improve diagnosis and therapy response assessment.

  • Ananth Madhuranthakam, Ph.D.
Medical Imaging

Mahendroo Research Lab

We study the molecular events that drive this process in a term pregnancy and how perturbation of these processes contribute to premature birth.

  • Mala Mahendroo, Ph.D.


Medical Artificial Intelligence and Automation

  • Steve Jiang, Ph.D.
Artificial intelligence
Biomedical Engineering

Malladi Lab

We study how disseminated cancer cells survive and give rise to overt metastatic lesions.

  • Srinivas Malladi, Ph.D.
Metastasis metabolism Breast Cancer Kidney Cancer Tumor microenvironment Dormancy Metastatic Latency Epigenetic reprogramming
Cancer Biology

Malloy Lab

Malloy Lab has all the tools necessary for students at all levels to lean about metabolic imaging of physiology and disease and I am excited to participate.

  • Craig Malloy, M.D.
Biomedical Engineering Molecular Biophysics

Malter Lab

Malter Lab focuses on exploring and characterizing intracellular signaling pathways in the immune and nervous systems and identifying how defects/abnormalities can lead to disease.

  • James Malter, M.D.
alzheimer's disease signaling
Cell and Molecular Biology Immunology

Mangelsdorf/Kliewer Lab

The Mangelsdorf/Kliewer Lab studies two signal transduction pathways that offer new therapeutic potential for treating diseases such as diabetes, obesity, cancer, and parasitism.

  • David Mangelsdorf, Ph.D.
  • Steven Kliewer, Ph.D.
Cell and Molecular Biology Cell and Molecular Biology

Mani Lab

The overall focus of the Ram Mani Lab is to study the molecular genetic and epigenetic events associated with cancer development.

  • Ram Mani, Ph.D.
Cancer Biology Genetics, Development and Disease

Marciano Lab

The Marciano laboratory investigates fundamental aspects of kidney development and regeneration, in both health and disease.

  • Denise Marciano, M.D., Ph.D.
developmental biology tubule formation
Cell and Molecular Biology Genetics, Development and Disease

Mark Lab

Our laboratory is interested in understanding how the ubiquitin-mediated protein degradation regulates gene expression and how failure of these pathways contributes to developmental disorders and diseases, such as neurodegeneration and cancer.

  • Kevin Mark, Ph.D.
Protein Degradation protein misfolding Transcription gene expression

Martinez Lab

We are interested in understanding the deregulation of epigenetic and transcriptional pathways in human disease and in finding small molecules with therapeutic potential to normalize these gene expression patterns. 

  • Elisabeth Martinez, Ph.D.
cancer epigenetics Jumonji enzymes small molecule inhibitors chemical genomics gene expression disorders Cardiac Disease infectious disease malaria histone modifications
Cancer Biology

Mason Lab

The overarching goal of Mason Lab's research is the development of prognostic imaging signatures defining biomarkers of disease progression and response to therapy.

  • Ralph P. Mason, Ph.D.
cancer imaging
Biomedical Engineering Cancer Biology

Mastorakos Lab

We aim to elucidate the role of the innate immune system in damage and repair following ischemic and hemorrhagic insults to the brain. We are specifically focused on innate immune drivers of secondary injury following aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage and the immune response triggered by acute intracranial pressure spikes during aneurysm rupture. We also look into promoting recovery after ischemic stroke by reprogramming microglia and peripheral myeloid cells to drive repair. In addition, we are pursuing the development of therapeutics for intraarterial immunomodulation for chronic subdural hemorrhage.

  • Panagiotis Mastorakos, M.D., Ph.D.
Innate Immunology neurological disorders brain Immunology immune microenvironment

McAdams Lab

McAdams Lab at UT Southwestern focuses on functional neuro-imaging studies to examine the connection between biological, psychological, and social aspects of eating disorders.

  • Carrie J. McAdams, M.D., Ph.D.
Clinical Psychology

McBrayer Lab

Our goal is to identify the metabolic mechanisms that push cells to become cancerous and find new ways to inhibit them.

  • Sam McBrayer, Ph.D.

McFadden Lab

The McFadden lab uses genetically engineered mice and human cancer cells to identify new genes and small molecules that regulate cancer cell growth.

  • David McFadden, M.D., Ph.D.
Biological Chemistry Genetics, Development and Disease

Meeks Lab

The Meeks Lab studies olfactory neural circuits that are involved in establishing and modifying mammalian social behaviors.

  • Julian Meeks, Ph.D.

Mendell Lab

The Mendell laboratory investigates fundamental aspects of post-transcriptional gene regulation, noncoding RNA regulation and function, and the roles of these pathways in normal physiology, cancer, and other diseases.

  • Joshua Mendell, M.D., Ph.D.
Cancer Biology Genetics, Development and Disease

Meng Lab

The mission in the Meng Lab is to develop a better understanding of how fundamental alterations to cell polarity contribute towards development of invasive disease in kidney cancer.

  • Xiaosong Meng, M.D., Ph.D.

Michaely Lab

Michaely Lab focuses on the function of the proteins that control plasma membrane function. We have on-going projects investigating ARH/LDLR endocytosis and caveolae signal transduction. 

  • Peter Michaely, Ph.D.
Biological Chemistry

Minassian Lab

Minassian Lab has been involved in the identification and co-discovery of the causative gene mutations in over 20 different childhood neurological diseases. 

  • Berge Minassian, M.D.
gene therapy Lafora
Genetics, Development and Disease Neuroscience

Minna Lab

The main focus of the Minna Lab is translational (“bench to bedside”) cancer research aimed at developing new ways to diagnose, prevent, and treat lung cancer based on a detailed understanding of the molecular pathogenesis of lung cancer.

  • John D. Minna, M.D.
Lung cancer
Cancer Biology Cell and Molecular Biology