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Our lab studies circadian rhythms as a model to better understand how the nervous system regulates
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Our laboratory studies circadian rhythms as a model to better understand how the nervous system regulates
behavior and physiology.  We are especially interested in uncovering the molecular mechanisms
behavior and physiology.  We are especially interested in uncovering the molecular mechanisms
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driving rhythms of gene expression, and determining how these molecular rhythms ultimately influence
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driving rhythms of gene expression and determining how these molecular rhythms ultimately influence
physiological rhythms.  We use a combination of approaches, including behavioral neuroscience, genetics,
physiological rhythms.  We use a combination of approaches, including behavioral neuroscience, genetics,
genomics, and bioinformatics.
genomics, and bioinformatics.

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Our laboratory studies circadian rhythms as a model to better understand how the nervous system regulates behavior and physiology. We are especially interested in uncovering the molecular mechanisms driving rhythms of gene expression and determining how these molecular rhythms ultimately influence physiological rhythms. We use a combination of approaches, including behavioral neuroscience, genetics, genomics, and bioinformatics.






Department of Biology
University of Missouri, St. Louis
(Starting in August, 2013)

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