Faculty and Trainers

Professor, Neurobiology
Determining the mechanisms of cerebral cortical development is essential to understanding the functions, disorders, and evolution of the brain. My research focuses on...
Assistant Professor, Mol Gen/Cell Bio
My lab studies the assembly and function of sensorimotor circuits. Sensorimotor circuits, such as those found in the human spinal cord, are required for all behavior....
Professor, BSD Academic Admin
The zebrafish, Danio rerio, is a relatively simple vertebrate whose potential as a model system for developmental studies is only recently being realized. Embryos are...
Associate Professor, Mol Gen/Cell Bio
My lab takes an integrative approach to studying organ morphogenesis. We are currently probing how cells migrate collectively & how basement membrane ECMs are...
Professor, Mol Gen/Cell Bio
Cells simultaneously assemble and maintain different actin cytoskeleton networks of distinct organizations and dynamics for fundamental processes such as polarization,...
Assistant Professor, Neurobiology
My lab uses the specific strengths of two model systems (C.elegans and mice) to reveal the gene regulatory mechanisms that control motor neuron development and function...
Assistant Professor, Ecology & Evolution
Professor, Human Genetics
Our lab studies the mechanism of cell fate restriction. The approaches we take fall at the interface of several disciplines, including developmental biology, stem cell...
Associate Professor, Mol Gen/Cell Bio
My lab works in two model systems: the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana and the emerging model Cnidarian Clytia hemisphaerica. In Arabidopsis, we are studying long...
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Professor, Pediatrics-Cardiology
The Moskowitz laboratory is devoted to the genetic, genomic and molecular study of gene regulatory networks. A single overarching theme governs work in the Moskowitz...