Positions

Assistant Professor
Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology
Center for Precision Environmental Health
Baylor College of Medicine
Member
Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas, United States
Assistant Professor (adjunct)
Department of Bioengineering
Rice University
Member
Center for Cancer Epigenetics
MD Anderson Cancer Center
Faculty Member
Graduate Program in Genetics and Genomics
Faculty Member
Graduate Program in Cancer and Cell Biology
Faculty Member
Quantitative and Computational Biosciences Graduate Program

Education

Postdoctoral Fellowship at Stanford University School of Medicine
PhD from U.C. Berkeley

Honors & Awards

V Scholar Award
Medical Research Award
CPRIT Faculty Scholar

Professional Interests

  • Epigenomics
  • Super-resolution imaging
  • Chromatin and epigenetics
  • Cancer biology

Professional Statement

Research in the Hodges lab focuses on altered epigenetic function in cancer and other diseases. We use interdisciplinary approaches, including epigenomics, live-cell super-resolution imaging, genome editing, and structural biology, to understand epigenetic systems in disease settings. Our research is especially focused on new technologies, for example, improving cell-culture tumor models, as well as single-cell and single-molecule methods.

Selected Publications