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Development

Studies in development in the Division of Biological Sciences cover a range of developmental events in a variety of organisms using a wide array of cutting-edge approaches including genetics, genomics, computation, biochemistry, and advanced imaging. Research topics include hormonal and cellular signaling, pattern formation, organogenesis, and differentiation. Projects impact many aspects of human health and disease as well as issues of agricultural production and conservation. Research in this area benefits from several campus research facilities, including the Cell and Immunobiology, Molecular Cytology, Transgenic Animal, and Electron Microscopy core facilities.

Faculty & Research Interests