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The WSGI brings together talented individuals conducting genomics research in diverse organisms, facilitates synergism, and maximizes efficient utilization of infrastructure. Click on the diagram to see the interactive network.

Dr. David Threadgill named new WSGI Director

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.

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Recent Publications

Young, Robin K., and Alice R. A. Villalobos. "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.
Zhang, Hongliang, Gang Chen, Jianlin Hu, Shu-Hua Chen, Christine Wiedinmyer, Michael Kleeman, and Qi Ying. "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.
Young, R. . "Phage Lysis: Three Steps, Three Choices, One Outcome." Journal of Microbiology 52 (2014): 243-258.
Grau, J. W. . "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.
Long, Charles R., Mark E. Westhusin, and Michael C. Golding. "Reshaping the Transcriptional Frontier: Epigenetics and Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer." Molecular Reproduction and Development 81 (2014): 183-193.
Hayes, Chad M., and W. L. Rooney. "Agronomic performance and heterosis of specialty grain sorghum hybrids with a black pericarp." Euphytica 196 (2014): 459-466.
Reddy, Srirama Krishna, and S. A. Finlayson. "Phytochrome B Promotes Branching in Arabidopsis by Suppressing Auxin Signaling." Plant Physiology 164 (2014): 1542-1550.
Hu, James C., Gavin Sherlock, Deborah A. Siegele, Suzanne A. Aleksander, Catherine A. Ball, Janos Demeter, Sushanth Gouni, Timothy A. Holland, Peter D. Karp, John E. Lewis et al. "PortEco: a resource for exploring bacterial biology through high-throughput data and analysis tools." Nucleic Acids Research 42 (2014): D677-D684.
Safe, S. , Un-ho Jin, Erik Hedrick, Alexandra Reeder, and Syng-Ook Lee. "Minireview: Role Of Orphan Nuclear Receptors in Cancer and Potential as Drug Targets." Molecular Endocrinology 28 (2014): 157-172.
Dawes, Michelle, Trudy Moore-Harrison, Alicia T. Hamilton, Tyrone Ceaser, Kelli J. Kochan, P. K. Riggs, and Timothy J. Lightfoot. "Differential Gene Expression in High- and Low-Active Inbred Mice." Biomed Research International (2014).

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