The Department of Developmental and Regenerative Biology’s faculty members are a large part of Mount Sinai’s research and academic communities. Our faculty members run their own labs and provide our trainees with a comprehensive education in developmental and regenerative biology.
Bieker, James J.: Red blood cell differentiation
Blenkinsop, Timothy: Retina disease and regeneration
Cagan, Ross L.: Disease/Development in Drosophila
Cai, Chen-Leng: Heart development & regeneration
Chess, Andrew: Regulating gene expression mechanisms
Dubois, Nicole C.: Stem cells to model heart development and disease
Ezhkova, Elena: The role of epignetic regulators in stem cell control
Ghaffari, Saghi: Stem cell development and metabolism
Gouon-Evans, Valerie: Liver development and regeneration
Kelley, Kevin A.: Transgenic and knockout mice
Krauss, Robert S.: Adhesion/signaling in development
Lemischka, Ihor: Cell fate regulation in mammalian stem cells
Li, Xiajun (John): Epigenetic regulation in stem cells.
Mlodzik, Marek: Wnt-Frizzled signaling & cell polarity.
Moore, Kateri: Hematopoietic stem cells and their niche.
Rendl, Michael: Stem cell niche formation.
Sadler-Edepli, Kirsten: Liver development and disease.
Sidi, Samuel: Target Discovery in Cancer.
Sokol, Sergei Y.: Cell polarity and signaling.
Soriano, Philippe M.: Vertebrate developmental signaling.
Wang, Jianlong: Pluripotency network in ES cells.
Wassarman, Paul M.: Mammalian fertilization.
Zwaka, Thomas: Pluripotency, Cellular Diversity, and Multicellularity