Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

Genetic Engineering

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Genetic engineering encompasses methods and technologies to manipulate a model systems' normal genetic state through genome engineering (i.e., the precise manipulation and mutagenesis of endogenous genetic material), or transgenesis (i.e., the addition of one or more exogenous genes). Baylor College of Medicine has been at the forefront of the development of genome-engineered and transgenic disease models, including cellular, as well as mice and fruit fly animal models. Faculty members of the CPSB program apply genetic engineering to generate models tailored to address pressing questions across biomedical interests, aided by the Mouse Embryonic Stem Cell and the Genetically Engineered Mouse cores.

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Profiles of Faculty Working on Genetic Engineering

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Allan
Middle Name
Chris
Last Name
Ferreon
Honorific Title
Ph.D.
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Assistant Professor
First Name
Susan
Middle Name
L
Last Name
Hamilton
Honorific Title
Ph.D.
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Professor and L. F. McCollum Chair in Molecular Physiology
First Name
Paul
Middle Name
J
Last Name
Pfaffinger
Honorific Title
Ph.D.
Position
Professor
First Name
Kevin
Last Name
Phillips
Honorific Title
Ph.D.
Position
Assistant Professor
First Name
Francois
Last Name
St-Pierre
Honorific Title
Ph.D.
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Assistant Professor
First Name
Francis
Middle Name
T.F.
Last Name
Tsai
Honorific Title
D.Phil.
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Professor
First Name
E.
Middle Name
Lynn
Last Name
Zechiedrich
Honorific Title
Ph.D.
Position
Kyle and Josephine Morrow Chair in Molecular Virology and Microbiology
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