Molecular genetics of C. elegans
5214A Biochemical Sciences Bldg
Regulation of vesicle biogenesis and membrane transport during development
327 Zoology Research
We use the C. elegans embryo as a model for investigating cell movement and cell adhesion during embryonic development; understanding how cells move, and how they make and break adhesions has important implications for understanding birth defects during human development and for understanding cancer progression.
341E Biochemistry Laboratories
Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Medical Genetics
Molecular regulation of germline self-renewal and differentiation in C. elegans
Genetics and Life Science Communications
asymmetric cell division, cytokinesis, cell polarity & cell cycle genomics and proteomics
The molecular basis of RNA control: how it is accomplished, integrated and evolves, and how it is used during development and in the brain.