Dr. David Threadgill (’83, ’89), a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and a leader in genomics, has been recruited as the Director for the WSGI. Equipped with a notable history of developing scholarly teams in highly successful interdisciplinary programs, Threadgill will be tasked with positioning Texas A&M as a global leader in genomics by aligning teams from diverse expertise and disciplines currently located at Texas A&M, and establishing rich collaborations both nationally and internationally. Threadgill will have academic appointments as Professor in the Department of Veterinary Pathobiology in the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, and Professor and holder of the Tom and Jean McMullin Chair of Genetics in the Department of Molecular & Cellular Medicine in the Texas A&M Health Science Center.
Stress-induced stimulation of choline transport in cultured choroid plexus epithelium exposed to low concentrations of cadmium." American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology 306 (2014): R291-R303. "
Evaluation of a seven-year air quality simulation using the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF)/Community Multiscale Air Quality (CMAQ) models in the eastern United States." Science of the Total Environment 473 (2014): 275-285. "
Phage Lysis: Three Steps, Three Choices, One Outcome." Journal of Microbiology 52 (2014): 243-258. "
Learning from the spinal cord: How the study of spinal cord plasticity informs our view of learning." Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 108 (2014): 155-171. "
Reshaping the Transcriptional Frontier: Epigenetics and Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer." Molecular Reproduction and Development 81 (2014): 183-193. "
Agronomic performance and heterosis of specialty grain sorghum hybrids with a black pericarp." Euphytica 196 (2014): 459-466. "
Phytochrome B Promotes Branching in Arabidopsis by Suppressing Auxin Signaling." Plant Physiology 164 (2014): 1542-1550. "
PortEco: a resource for exploring bacterial biology through high-throughput data and analysis tools." Nucleic Acids Research 42 (2014): D677-D684. "
Minireview: Role Of Orphan Nuclear Receptors in Cancer and Potential as Drug Targets." Molecular Endocrinology 28 (2014): 157-172. "
Differential Gene Expression in High- and Low-Active Inbred Mice." Biomed Research International (2014). "