The Graduate Program in Genetics is currently accepting applications for M.S. and Ph.D. students for the Fall 2015 semester. This program was established in 1952, and is one of the longest running genetics graduate programs in the USA. For more information contact Trudy Mackay or Melissa Robbins by email (email@example.com) (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Genetics Program would like to give a BIG WELCOME to our new Department Head of Biological Sciences, Dr. Emilie Rissman!
Dr. Rissman comes to us from the University of Virginia. She was originally trained as a comparative behavioral neuroendocrinologist and over her career she has worked with several species of birds and mammals. For the past 15 years her main interests have been in understanding how estrogens modulate sex differences in the brain and behavior. ...
Dr. Logan Everett joined North Carolina State University in continuing his Postdoctoral research in the laboratories of Dr. Trudy Mackay and Dr. Robert Anholt in October 2014. He will be studying gene expression and its role in shaping phenotypes from a genome-wide perspective. In particular, Dr. Everett is interested in using transcript levels as an intermediate between genotypic and phenotypic information to improve statistical power and biological insight in genetic mapping studies (“s...
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