The following DSRB laboratories are interested in cell migration, polarity and morphogenesis.
|Greg Bashaw||Axon guidance, developmental neuroscience, Slit, Robo, Netrin.|
Stem Cell Function; developmental patterning.
|Amin Ghabrial||How cells make and shape tubular organs|
|Erica Golemis||Connections between cell shape and cell division controls, and linked deregulation of these processes in cancer. Complex protein interactions in cell signaling.|
|Michael Granato||Axonal guidance, nerve regeneration and learning behaviors in zebrafish|
|Robert Heuckeroth||Our research is focused on the molecular and cellular mechanisms that control enteric nervous system development|
|Olena Jacenko||Molecular mechanisms of skeletal development and blood cell differentiation.|
|Mary Mullins||BMP signal transduction; molecular mechanisms of cell specification and maternal control in vertebrates.|
|Jeanne Myers||Molecular biochemistry of the extracellular matrix.|
|Michael Pack||Zebrafish and mouse genetics, developmental biology, cancer, chemical genetics|
|Richard Poethig||miRNA, siRNA, RNAi, developmental genetics, developmental timing, plants.|
|Jonathan Raper||axon guidance, developmental neurobiology, Molecular biology; tissue culture; Protein biochemistry; Videomicroscopy, expression cloning; mouse, chick, zebrafish.|
||My lab is interested in unveiling the molecular mechanisms that control Notch-mediated cell fate decisions during nervous system development.|
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