The CHGR was designed to foster the expansion of genetic research and to help develop appropriate training activities for the growing number of students interested in this field. The central theme of the research efforts is the understanding of how genes influence complex traits, traits that are influenced by the intricate interplay of multiple genes and environmental factors. This encompasses research at the molecular, clinical and population levels carried out by faculty across multiple departments and schools. Learn more about the CHGR.
|Faculty: || |
|Ellen W. Clayton, MD, JD ||(Member) |
|James E. Crowe, Jr., MD, PhD ||(Member) |
|Rizwan Hamid, MD, PhD ||(Member) |
|Paul E. Moore, MD ||(Member) |
|John A. Phillips, III, MD ||(Member) |
|Heidi A. Smith, MD ||(Member) |