Ed Morse is the principal investigator for the DoNuTS (Domestic Nuclear Threat Security) project at UC Berkeley, a Homeland Security-funded project aimed at preventing nuclear terrorism.
Gary is a senior scientist researching chromosome structure and function, with a special emphasis on how epigenetic mechanisms and genome dynamics impact chromosome inheritance, nuclear architecture, and genome stability. He also serves as the Director of the Life Sciences Division.
Priscilla Cooper is a leading expert in DNA repair. Her research addresses molecular mechanisms of the DNA damage response processes that are essential for maintaining genomic integrity and stability in human cells. A major focus of her work is on molecular and cellular studies of human genetic disorders involving defects in DNA repair, which also result in cancer predisposition, premature aging and/or severe developmental, neurological and immunological abnormalities.