People

Ted Abel

Ted Abel, Ph.D.

Title/Position
Professor
Director, Iowa Neuroscience Institute
Roy J. Carver Chair in Neuroscience
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Research in my laboratory is aimed at understanding fundamental physiological properties of the eye and the pathophysiological mechanisms underlying a variety of complex eye diseases. Of primary interest are the glaucomas, a leading cause of blindness that affects approximately 70 million people...
Ferhaan Ahmad

Ferhaan Ahmad, M.D., Ph.D.

Title/Position
Associate Professor
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Dr. Ahmad is the Director of the Cardiovascular Genetics Program at the University of Iowa, which brings together basic scientists at the Carver College of Medicine and clinicians at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics (UIHC) who are focusing on heritable cardiovascular disorders. He...
Michael G. Anderson

Michael G. Anderson

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Professor
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Research in my laboratory is aimed at understanding fundamental physiological properties of the eye and the pathophysiological mechanisms underlying a variety of complex eye diseases. Of primary interest are the glaucomas, a leading cause of blindness that affects approximately 70 million people...
Ethan Bahl

Ethan Bahl

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Sheila Baker

Sheila Baker, Ph.D.

Title/Position
Associate Professor
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Our vision has such a large dynamic range that we can adjust to see under the glaring light of high noon to traverse a desert or detect the small scattering of photons that reach our eye after traveling for 2.5 million light-years from the Andromeda Galaxy. How is this possible? One part of the...
Alex G. Bassuk

Alex G. Bassuk, M.D., Ph.D.

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Professor
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Dr. Alex Bassuk is a Professor of Pediatrics and Neurology, the Division Director of Child Neurology, and holds the Stead Family Endowed Chair in Pediatric Neurology. Dr. Bassuk is a member of the University of Iowa Graduate Programs in Genetics, Neuroscience, and Molecular Medicine, the Medical...
 

Andreas Beyer

Curt D. Sigmund
 

Glenn M. Borchert

Beverly Davidson
Ryan L. Boudreau

Ryan L. Boudreau, Ph.D.

Title/Position
Associate Professor
My primary interests lie in understanding how genes are regulated at the post-transcriptional level. This process remains a key determinant of the spatial and temporal expression of biological effectors in natural and disease states. My overall research focuses on characterizing disease-related post...
Terry A. Braun

Terry A. Braun, Ph.D.

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Professor
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I have been involved in the application of high-performance computing technologies to the challenges of disease gene identification and mutation screening. My efforts, in collaboration with members of the College of Medicine, have involved the design of novel techniques utilizing networked systems...
Jinlu Cai

Jinlu Cai

Curt D. Sigmund