George S. Watts, Ph.D.

  • Director of the Genomics Technology
  • Research Assistant Professor in the College of Medicine with nine years research experience making and using microarrays
  • Manages the day to day functioning of the microarray core.
  • Meets regularly with the P.I.s of the individual microarray research projects to provide technological updates, identify potential new research strategies, and insights into the analysis of cDNA microarray data.
  • Coordinates the maintenance of the web interface and database for storage and distribution of data from microarray experiments.

Bernard W. Futscher, Ph.D.

  • Co-Director of the Genomics Technology
  • Professor in the College of Pharmacy
  • Provides oversight of microarray fabrication, hybridization analysis, and archiving of experimental results
  • Identifies and prioritizies the objectives of the DNA microarray core

José Muñoz-Rodriguez

  • Core manager
  • Performs microarray hybridizations on the core's manufactured array platforms
  • Responsible for for testing new techniques and equipment as they become available to the laboratory.
  • Responsible for maintaining all equipment, arranging preventative maintenance service, tracking orders and maintaining supplies

Candice Clark

  • Research Technician
  • Runs the Affymetrix GeneChip platform, real time PCR analysis, and RNA quality control.
  • Assists in microarray manufacturing