Research Laboratories

The Department of Developmental and Regenerative Biology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai consists of 20 labs, each with their own faculty and staff members.

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Bieker Laboratory

Red blood cell differentiation

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Blenkinsop Laboratory

Retina disease and regeneration

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Cagan Laboratory

Disease and development in Drosophila

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Cai Laboratory

Heart development and regeneration

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Chess Laboratory

Regulating gene expression mechanisms

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Dubois Laboratory

Stem cells to model heart development and disease

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Ezhkova Laboratory

The role of epigenetic regulators in stem cell control

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Ghaffari Laboratory

Stem cell development and metabolism

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Gouon-Evans Laboratory

From liver development for cell therapy for liver diseases

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Krauss Laboratory

Adhesion and signaling in development

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Lemischka Laboratory

Cell fate regulation in mammalian stem cells, Hematopoietic stem cells and their niche

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Mlodzik Laboratory

Wnt-Frizzled signaling and cell polarity

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Moore Laboratory

Cell fate regulation in stem cells, hematopoietic stem cells, and their niche

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Rendl Laboratory

Stem cell niche formation

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Sidi Laboratory

Cancer target discovery in Zebrafish

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Sokol Laboratory

Cell polarity and signaling

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Soriano Laboratory

Vertebrate development signaling

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Wang Laboratory

Pluripotency network in ES cells

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Wassarman Laboratory

Mammalian fertilization

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Zwaka Lab

Pluripotency, cellular diversity, and multicellularity