By studying biological mechanisms underlying normal development and stem cell biology, our researchers have gained insights into basic cellular processes underlying disease. Read More
Developmental and Regenerative Biology
The Department of Developmental & Regenerative Biology explores the events governing the development, patterning and regeneration of cells and organs. The main areas of research are focused on developmental signaling pathways, cell death, organogenesis, fertilization, stem cells, and cancer models. The study of biological mechanisms through a broad and multi-tiered approach reveals unifying principles of biological development, structure, and function with exquisite clarity, and provides important links to medical disorders and therapeutic potential.
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Marek Mlodzik, PhD, is Professor and Chair of the Department of Developmental and Regenerative Biology. Dr. Mlodzik is also Professor of Oncological Sciences and Ophthalmology. Read More
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