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Calcium Signaling in excitable cells, nervous system regeneration
Stem cell-mediated tissue regeneration, human stem cell-based disease modeling, non-coding RNA and mitochondrial mechanisms in neurodegeneration
Transcriptional control of liver and gut development and physiology
Molecular mechanisms underlying liver development and function, with a particular focus on the role played chromatin structure in the transcriptional regulation of liver genes
Molecular mechanisms underlying neurodegeneration, with a focus on the upstream, non-neuronal signals that trigger the onset of neurodegeneration in aging
Neurodegenerative diseases, both understanding the molecular basis for the disease progression and finding effective experimental therapies
Cell Biology of Platelets and Megakaryocytes
Chemo-optogenetic/Photopharmacological tool development, cellular and molecular mechanisms of immunity in the central nervous system
Genetics and cell biology of ocular development and disease
Synaptic transmission and hormone secretion
Cell and molecular biology of early heart development
Molecular Mechanisms of G protein-coupled Receptor Biased Signaling
Cellular and molecular mechanisms that govern heart regeneration
Deciphering the interplay between transcription factors and chromatin dynamics in normal and malignant hematopoietic stem cells, and understanding the function of non-coding RNAs in myeloid development and leukemia
Molecules that sense touch and pain
Tumor heterogeneity, Cancer stem cells, Neurofibromatosis Type 1-associated peripheral nerve and central nerve system tumors, and data mining in biological big data
Stem Cells, Apicosome and Amniogenesis of Early Human Development
Development, degeneration, and regeneration within the central nervous system
Epigenetic regulation of stem cells and how dysregulation of these pathways contributes to cancer development