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Cell and Developmental Biology

biology department

Our department explores a range of areas within cell and developmental biology. Please see below for details.

Anthony Annunziato - Molecular biology; Chromatin assembly and histone modifications in mammalian cells and fission yeast


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David Burgess - Cytokinesis, polarization of the cytoskeleton

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Hugh Cam - Epigenetics, functional genomics, gene regulatory networks, molecular mechanisms of genome plasticity

Epigenetics poster


Eric Folker - Cellular Organization.  Mechanisms of nuclear movement and the role of nuclear movement in muscle development and disease pathogenesis.

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Dan Kirschner - Structural analysis of amyloids and myelin sheaths

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Laura Anne Lowery - Cytoskeletal dynamics during cell migration, axon outgrowth, development of the nervous system

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Thomas Seyfried - Gene-environmental interactions in epilepsy and brain cancer

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Ken Williams - Central nervous system macrophages, neuroAIDS, AIDS pathogenesis, monocyte/macrophage biology

Aids Research and Human Retroviruses bookcover