Functional Genomics

Functional genomics encompasses gene discovery, gene expression, protein and nucleic acid structure and function, gene and gene product interactions, and genomic approaches to breeding and comparative studies relevant to ecology and evolutionary biology. Research in functional genomics focuses on one or more of these areas.  

Learn about the Functional Genomics graduate program.

Researchers in This Area

David Aylor

Assistant Professor

919-515-7079

Michael Cowley

Asst Professor

919-513-0818

John Godwin

Professor

919-513-2936

Jim Mahaffey

Professor

919-515-5791

Dahlia Nielsen

Associate Professor

919-515-2586

Antonio Planchart

Assistant Professor

919-513-2530

David Reif

Associate Professor

919-513-3812

Michael Sikes

Associate Professor

919-513-0528

Rob Smart

William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor

919-515-7245

Jeffrey Thorne

Professor of Genetics and Statistics

919-515-1946

Fred Wright

Professor

919-515-9060