Welcome to the Schultz lab
Big-picture thinking is needed to develop solutions to real-world problems that affect the human condition. In human biology, this big-picture thinking must be built on detailed knowledge about the behavior of specific components of biological systems, and the ways in which such components interact.
This systems-level outlook guides our studies of the molecular mechanisms that interconnect replication and transcription, and connect transcription to carbon metabolism. We study these topics in the model eukaryote budding yeast.