The Sullivan Lab, MCD Biology, UCSC  


Sullivan Lab Research Projects

Links to detailed discussions of current Sullivan lab research projects can be found below. We also summarize several subjects that we have examined in the recent past and which we are likely to revisit in the future. These descriptions are intended for a scientific audience. Finally, we present a brief summary of our research for non-scientists, so that the significance of our work can reach a broader audience.

I. Wolbachia: The Biology of Host-pathogen Interactions

II. Chromosome Biology: Entering and Exiting Metaphase with Damaged Chromosomes

III. Cytokinesis: Cytokinesis, Centralspindlin and Vesicle-mediated Membrane Delivery

IV. Revisiting Past Projects

V. Summary of Research for Non-scientists.

Funding Agencies

We would like to acknowledge the following agencies for their generous research support of our research: the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, the Cancer Research Coordinating Committee of the University of California, the American Cancer Society, the NIH's Minority Access to Research Careers Program and Minority Biomedical Research Support Program, and the California Institute for Biomedical Research (CALIBR).

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