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Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Center for Genetic Medicine
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Faculty Advisory Committee

The Transgenic and Targeted Mutagensis Laboratory (TTML) Faculty Advisory Committee provides oversight and direction for our core. The committee meets bi-annually to set policies for the TTML core, approve resource allocations and help set goals and priorities. In addition to general overview of TTML performance, the committee is charged with critical review of the quality and costs of our services. Committee members help identify and provide guidance on areas for improvement and growth and serve as advocates for the facility.

The committee is comprised of faculty members representing departments across Northwestern University and reports to the dean for research at Feinberg School of Medicine. All of the committee members have extensive experience with genetically modified animal models and have utilized our services and, therefore, provide insightful suggestions and advice. The names and departmental affiliations of the committee members are listed below.

Committee Member Department(s)
Tom Bozza, PhD, Chair Neurobiology and Physiology
John Crispino, PhD Medicine - Hematology/Oncology and Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
Christine DiDonato, PhD Pediatrics-Human Molecular Genetics
C. David James, PhD Neurological Surgery
Hojoon Lee, PhD Neurobiology
Milan Mrksich, PhD Biomedical Engineering and Cell & Molecular Biology
Hidayatullah Munshi, MD Medicine-Hematology and Oncology
Guillermo Oliver, PhD Medicine-Nephrology and Hypertension
Beatriz Sosa-Pineda, PhD Medicine-Nephrology and Hypertension
Alexander Stegh, PhD Neurology-Neuro-oncology and Medicine-Hematology and Oncology
Robert Vassar, PhD Cell & Molecular Biology
Xiaozhong (Alec) Wang, PhD Molecular Biosciences
Nicolette Zielinski-Mozny, DVM Pathology
Elizabeth McNally, MD, PhD (ex-officio) Medicine-Cardiology and Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
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