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Physiological Adaptations and Functional Genomics Core

Unifying research of members within Physiological Adaptations and Functional Genomics (PAFG) Core within the Department of Biological Sciences (DBS) at Auburn University is focused on the underlying mechanisms and functional adaptations that occur as organisms respond to abiotic/biotic stress in shifting environmental conditions. Traditional studies of physiology at the cellular and organismal level, development, ecology, and biochemistry are being combined with modern approaches of genomics, proteomics, and epigenetics to address fundamental questions within this core area. 

Voting Members Non-Voting Members
Aaron M. Rashotte (Leader) Jon W. Armbruster
Joanna Diller Jason E. Bond
Roland R. Dute Nanette E. Chadwick
Raymond P. Henry Paul A. Cobine
Robert D. Locy F. Stephen Doson
Mary T. Mendonca Rita M. Graze
Anthony G. Moss Craig Guyer
Tonia S. Schwartz Sharon M. Hermann
Haruka Wada Geoff E. Hill
Robert S. Lishak
Scott R. Santos
Elizabeth H. Schwartz


Last Updated: 08/16/2016